Lou's wife, T-Bone, steps up and makes her presence known in Lou’s world. He learns what it means to have a rock star for a partner.
Passing along tradition is big in the gun world. Lou comes to grips with his own father-son relationships as he creates the perfect father-son moment for his client.
A $25,000 gun arrives broken. Lou has to scramble to repair it just as daughter, Allie, comes home for a visit. Lou struggles not to lose the big payday, and learns he can’t always control the outcome.
Lou Tuminaro drags his wife, kids, and his Pops to Montana to buy and sell guns. Cultures often collide for this New Yorker. Lou learns what it takes for an outsider to survive small-town America.
Small town gun shows bring out the characters. Lou’s perfectionism clashes with the culture, as he learns to value his new home and his family.
The big gun shows up at the store, and selling it winds Lou up to the breaking point. His wife, T-Bone, says Lou has to find a way to calm down. Lou finds out what therapy he really needs.