Skip to comments.Gun Talk Radio 12/18/11
Posted on 12/18/2011 5:09:48 PM PST by mylife
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Mandeville, LA Its an all-author day this week on Tom Gresham's Gun Talk (R) Radio, the original nationally-syndicated radio talk show about guns and the shooting sports.
Lt. Col. Dave Grossman, author of On Killing and On Combat, is an internationally recognized scholar, author, soldier, and speaker who is one of the worlds foremost experts in the field of human aggression and the roots of violence and violent crime. His latest project, done with the USCAA, is a series of DVDs titled The Bulletproof Mind. Find out more on Grossman at www.killology.com, and find the DVD set at www.getbulletproofmind.com.
Stephen Hunter continues to excite both the action fiction world and the firearms world with his latest novel, Soft Target. Soft Target plunges deep into the world of high-level national security and confronts one extreme, frightening possibilitya major terrorist attack on thousands of unarmed, unaware civilians at the largest mall in the country on the biggest shopping day of the year. Read more about Hunter and his other novels at http://authors.simonandschuster.com/Stephen-Hunter/1485163.
Handgun Combatives, written by Dave Spaulding, is now available in its Second Edition. Spaulding, Law Officer Trainer of the Year in 2010, also offers courses in combative firearms training.We must all be active participants in our own rescue, says Spaulding. Find out more on Spaulding and his combat courses at http://handguncombatives.com/.
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Punky see, Punky do?
I loved Perry’s response in the debate on F&F.
“If my AG said he knew nothing, he would be fired”
Had a weird experience today.
I was headed to the store, backed out of the drive way and saw somebody low to the ground in my yard.
I freaked. WTF? I flew back into the driveway pistol at the ready and yelled Hey!
At that moment I realized it was the new neighbor and I saw he was retrieving a small dog.
Red alert off.. I apologized for being aggressive and told the guy I didnt realize it was him and that he was retrieving the dog, all the while scritching the pups ears.
The fellow seems nice enough and he is training the pup for hunting, she just wanted to see my pup.
Heck of a way to introduce myself.
Hey, at least you were alert!!
You just never know anymore. There were some home invasions up in Georgetown last week. In an upscale area.
I’m going to try to get to the range next week to zero my new (to me) Eotech. I’ll put it on the M&P 15.
That leaves me with an extra Vortex Strikefire if anyone is interested.
It was weird cuz he was down low by the fence.
What I didnt realize was that he was low because he was holding the dog, which I did not see.
The guy must think I am an ass, but I never uncovered, so no harm no foul.
I think you’ll like that EOtech.
I am set for scopes at the moment.
Went Saturday to my ccw renewal class. 4 hours with about one hour on the range (indoor) for about 35 students. We shot 3, 5 & 7 yds at sillouette paper with orders to hit center-mass inside the lines. You’d be amazed the number of folks who had to re-shoot due to poor target control...... and this was a renewal class. Criminals in my neck of the woods can rest a little easier.
All I want for Christmas is an AR10.
Now you'll have to buy another gun to put under it!
No harm, no foul.
Yea, maybe an AR 10 too.
Thoughts on the .327?
The first time I went, the line was crowded and there was a young gal like 1.5 foot to the right of me.
I felt uneasy bringing the fire arm to bear with her so close to the weapon.
I missed the first shot at 3 yds LoL
I settled in after that and placed them all.
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