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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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Ep. 257 – Running a shooting range

I interviewed 3 guys from a local shooting range called A Place To Shoot, a range here near San Antonio. We discussed what’s involved in running a shooting range, shared some war stories about what has happened at their range recently and even talked about some gunsmithing. Links: A Place To Shoot American Gun Oil

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Ep. 249 – Bring A Knife To A Gunfight?

This episode starts with listener voice mails. The main topic is about the so called myth of bringing a knife to a gunfight. Links: Don’t bring a gun to a knife fight Bringing a knife to a gunfight Fritz Knives American Gun Oil Special HandgunWorld Podcast Page

 
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Ep. 236 – The RoadGunner Instructor

This week, Chaz from The Roadgunner Podcast joins me to discuss his path to becoming a firearms instructor. We also talked about different shooting techniques and shooting positions. I also answer some voice mails from listeners. Links: Roadgunner Podcast

 
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Ep. 235 – Can You Cheat?

Ben Branam and I discuss how to cheat in a gunfight. We discuss beginners vs. advanced shooters and what the major differences are. But at the end of the day, learning how to cheat to win, might just save your life. Links: Handgun Shooting Positions (including Chapman Stance)

 
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