An Interview with Karl Rehn about his excellent presentation at Tac-Con this year. One of the big hits was his illustration of the Dunning-Kruger effect highlighting “The Peak of Mount Stupid” and “The Valley of Despair.”
You can read a written account of Karl’s presentation on his blog Notes From KR.
DENNIS ANDERSON AND THE DAWN OF THE OFFICER SURVIVAL MOVEMENT
Denny Anderson was “in at the beginning” of the Officer Survival training movement in the early 1970s, which in turn was the seedbed for much of what is now doctrine for law-abiding armed citizens. Joining with Chuck Remsberg, Tom McTernan, and Ron Adams, he co-wrote the timeless “Street Survival” book, and he and Remsberg created the Caliber PressStreet Survival Seminars which still exist today.
Go back to the roots as Denny tells us how things were then…and how much they’ve changed for the better since.
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.
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.
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.
Catching up with Kitty Richards is nearly impossible, she is everywhere. It has been said that “if you shoot IDPA you know Kitty Richards”
We caught her early early one morning (before work, eeek!) for this ProArms Broadcast. She gave us an update on that is happening with the Tiger Teams and how the process of the revisions of the rules is progressing and what to expect in the future.
Next we talked about the Women’s Concealed Carry Fashion Show held in Hudson, NY.
Full coverage can be found on the Armed Candy Blog.
It was world news a few months ago when a crazed man released his menagerie of wild animals upon his community, and then committed suicide. It was left to the Muskingum County, Ohio Sheriff’s Department under Sheriff Matt Lutz to contain the dangerous animals before they could maul or kill citizens.
A link is provided here for the report by the Sheriff’s Department. Here, we present the story told by those who were there. A detective who had to blast a lion at close range with a 12 gauge. A deputy who killed a charging bear with a single shot from his Glock .40, just an instant before the bear reached him. The patrol and SWAT deputies who hunted through the night with their patrol rifles and SWAT precision rifles, until the last threat to their community was extinguished. And the high Sheriff, who had to answer for it all.
Thanks to our friend, associate, and consultant Keith Jones, who participated in the discussion.
After a loooong break, with many excuses for not posting a Podcast.
Honest… I ran out of gas.
I… I had a flat tire.
I didn’t have enough money for cab fare.
My tux didn’t come back from the cleaners.
An old friend came in from out of town.
Someone stole my car.
There was an earthquake.
A terrible flood.
IT WASN’T MY FAULT, I SWEAR TO GOD!
We present here for your listening pleasure Jon Strayer interviewing Jon Hodoway about shooting, training, security, church and a whole lot more.