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Episode 270 – Voice Mails

Lots of listener voice mails on this episode. Questions about AR’s, striker fired guns, magazines, gun handling, gun control and more.

 
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Episode 269 – Homicide Investigator Interview

Jess Karren is a Homicide Investigator in Lubbock, TX. In this episode we discussed what civilians can expect if they have to defend themselves with a gun. We also discussed his views on concealed carry and citizens’ right to self defense and to own and carry a gun. Links and Show Notes: CRG-2 in Lubbock,

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Episode 265 – The Wussification of America and My Experiment

This episode is inspired by Paul Markel’s Student of the Gun Podcast dated January 1, 2014 on half measures. I decided to do my own, expanded version of that theme. I also unveil a gun experiment I’m doing this year in 2014 and then answer listener voice mails. Links and Show Notes: The Wussification of

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Episode 263 – The Four F’s

The four F’s of being proficient with your handgun are important to master. The represent Fear, Function, Fellowship and Fun. Jon Hodoway is my guest to discuss why it’s important to master the four F’s. We also discussed SHOT show new guns and how a recent controversy teaches us some lessons about promoting our 2nd

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Episode 262 – Hoplophobia

Hoplophobia is the irrational, morbid fear of guns (coined by Col. Jeff Cooper, from the Greek “hoplites,” weapon). Hoplophobes are common and should never be involved in setting gun policies. Point out hoplophobic behavior when noticed, it is dangerous, sufferers deserve pity, and should seek treatment. When confronted, hoplophobes typically go into denial, a common

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