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Episode 300 – What I’ve Learned After 300 Episodes

It’s an ordinary episode about what I’ve learned after doing 300 episodes over the past 5+ years. First I thank each and every one of you for listening and staying with me this long. This show has some opinion, but again, it’s what I’ve learned, wrong or right. Hope you enjoy it.

 
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Episode 299 – A Tribute to Glen Tate, Self Reliance and Guns

At the suggestion of a listener, I agreed it was very appropriate for Glen Tate, author of the best selling book series “299 Days” to be my guest on this 299th episode. Enjoy.

 
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Episode 295 – Voice Mails and Swiss Gun Laws and a Listener formerly from Australia

This episode is mostly listener voice mails. In particular, a caller asked about Swiss Gun Laws and a new American from Australia also call in. Links: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gun_politics_in_Switzerland#Number_of_guns_in_circulation

 
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Episode 283 – Listener Calls and a New Gun?

This episode begins with some voice mails from listeners, then I talk about a new gun coming into the market. Links and Show Notes: Music by Ozark Revival. Join their mailing list and get free music.

 
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Episode 281 – UCSB Shooting and Vision Under Stress

The recent shooting at UCSB got me thinking about gun rights, so I begin this episode with some thoughts on that subject. In the 2nd segment, I discuss what happens to your vision when you’re in the stress of a gunfight. Links and Show Notes: Vision Under Stress, Monderno

 
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