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Episode 315 – The Unthinkable

What if the unthinkable happens? A shooting in a place where you would least expect it? My guest, Dr. John Edeen and I discuss gun free zones, active shooter phases and much more. This is different than his other appearances on other shows. Links and Show Notes: John’s Article Doctors For Responsible Gun Ownership

 
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Episode 313 – Purpose vs. Rotation

Some people have a concealed carry rotation and some use different guns for different purposes. In this episode I discuss the difference. I think a specific purpose for each gun can be a good thing, but a rotation just for fun, might not be.

 
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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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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 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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