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Apr 24, 2019

Special Message for 2019 NRA Annual Meeting (NRAAM)

In this very short, special episode, David has a message about the 2019 NRA Annual Meeting (NRAAM) being held this week in Indianapolis, Indiana.

David and Mark will both be attending NRAAM and would love to meet up with you!  Whether you are an exhibitor or...

Apr 21, 2019

Listener Feedback and NRAAM 2019 Pre-Game

This episode is all about YOU, the Listener!  We review the results of the Spring 2019 Listener Survey and go over what YOU think about the show.  We also talk about the upcoming NRA Annual Meeting in Indianapolis, and discuss our plans for what we'll be doing at the show.  If...

Apr 14, 2019

The Concealed Carry Woman

Ladies rejoice!  Noel from the very popular Instagram account @ConcealedCarryWoman joins David and Sandy for her first appearance on ANY podcast to talk about the woman's perspective of carrying a firearm and adopting the armed lifestyle.  Noel's mission is to prove to women that they CAN be...

Mar 31, 2019

Rob Pincus on Active Shooter Situations, Protecting Yourself, and Curbing the Trend

David and Mark are joined by firearms industry expert and renowned training instructor, Rob Pincus.  In the wake of the March 2019 Christchurch, New Zealand terror attacks, Rob chats with us about active shooter situations, protecting...

Mar 17, 2019

Dave "Boon" Benton and Bill Orndorf on Vehicle Defense Concepts for Civilians and LEO

David and Mark are excited to bring you this conversation with Dave "Boon" Benton and Bill Orndorf about Vehicle Defense concepts for both civilians and Law Enforcement Officers.  Commonly called VCQB, which is perhaps a misnomer, this...