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Episode 320 – H&K VP9, Concealed Carry Statistics and Students

I spent some time shooting the H&K VP9, so I reviewed it. Then I got to thinking about another discussion I had with some fellow podcasters about open carry, CCW and constitutional carry, so I expanded on that too. Links and Show Notes: Concealment Solutions Permit Holders Across The United States H&K VP9 Walther PPQ

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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 314 – Gun Cliches and Target Shooting?

First I answer some listener voice mails then discuss gun clichés and target shooting. Links and Show Notes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0V-CFM8QeA&feature=player_embedded

 
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Episode 310 – Practice Simple Shooting Techniques

I’m back and this episode is about practicing at the range. I went to the range with Ben Branam to train and while we were on the way, we discussed our practice and training we intended to do. Links and Show Notes: Modern Self Protection Podcast

 
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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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