Not many notes on this podcast, Mas’ book, pictured on the right is out of print but if you’re interested I have seen it on secondary markets. Thanks to Tommy Nelson who you can hear here on the PARAcast.
OMG!!! Another ProArms Podcast already and it’s a ProArms BroadCast!
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Law Enforcement Targets (training targets, in human form)
The “Monkey Dance” F
August 2008, Officer Tim Gramins of the Skokie, IL Police dept. comes across a bad guy, a real bad guy who soaked up 14 rounds of .45ACP before the last 3 shots took him down. Listen here to Officer Gramins tell the story of what happened that day.
Why one cop carries 145 rounds of ammo on the job – Police One
And we’re back… This time with a new introduction from Glock. Mas and Gail made a rare visit to the Glock factory in Smyrna, GA. They got to shoot the long-awaited Glock 43 well before the announcement. They held to the non-disclosure agreement, which would have allowed them to talk about it on 3/20/15, but when someone else jumped the gun, Glock took the legal leash off, so here’s the story early.
Gail and Mas shot heck out of the Glock 43, and shot it side by side with the Glock 42 .380 and the Glock 26 9mm. They got a briefing from multiple Glock executives involved in the project, including Dr. Michael Jacquorie, senior executive vice president. You’ll hear about the gun from the Glock insiders themselves, and get a rare look inside the Glock factory in Smyrna, GA.
Or watch video here.
Dr Michael Jacquorie, Senior Executive Vice President
In this Episode Mas interviews Anthony Colandro the owner of Gun For Hire in Woodland Hills, New Jersey. If you ever find yourself in the New York / New Jersey metropolitan area you really should check them out. In the meantime you can listen to Anthony and Sandy on Gun for Hire Radio.
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On June 10, 2012 Spencer Newcomer shot and killed his next door neighbor in self defense. On this episode of the ProArms Podcast we listen in as Spencer recounts his experiences on that day and during his subsequent incarceration and eventual acquittal of a First-Degree Murder charge.
Friend of the ProArms Podcast and founder of the Armed Citizen’s Legal Defense Network, Marty Hayes, was an expert witness for Spencer’s defense.
Live Blogging of the trial here.
Some local coverage of the case:
Mas interviews Ron Cohen last Summer when he and Gail Visited the SIG Sauer facilities in New Hampshire, doing research for Mas’ upcoming new book: The Gun Digest Book of the SIG Sauer.
The ProArms Podcast team picks the brains of a top AR15 instructor “Kevin.” He touches on the fine points of selection, operation, and maintenance. “Everything you need…and nothing you don’t.”
In May 0f 2013 and armed robber attempted to rob the Bonaci Jewelry Store in Kent, WA. The robber came in with his gun drawn, Bob Bonaci had little time to react but react he did. He performed the indicated response and the robber was found dead on a bench some time later.
There are many lessons to learn from this incident. The first lesson is how fast this can and did happen and how little time you may have to react. We have several videos from a couple of different angles showing how quickly this transpired.
First video is the attempted robbery at real time:
Attempted Robbery at 1/8th speed:
Same view in 1/8th time:
Four Views of the incident in real time:
We are back with a whole new site and some podcasts dug out of the vault. this is an interview we did last summer with Tam Keel a writer for SWAT and Concealed Carry Magazines as well as her own very popular blog View From the Porch.
We met with Tam in Rochester, IN where we talked about Guns, writing, the Internet, motorcycles and a whole lot more.