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 Reloading Podcast 310 – load development quickie | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:39:02

Hello, and welcome to the Reloading Podcast here on the Firearms Radio Network.   Tonight the gang is talking load development involving multiple projectiles and powders.

 Handgun Radio 286 – Polymer Pistol Proclivities | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:12:36

This week, we talk Polymer Pistol Proclivities! Visit www.firearmsradio.tv for complete show notes!

 Off Road Podcast 266 – So You’re New to Off Roading | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:08:18

Tonight, Aaron is sad, Jeremy is sad, & Ben has no emotions Welcome to the off-road podcast. A podcast about everything off-road. We cover the news, review products, and interview people in the off road industry.  I’m your host Ben and I’m here with my co-hosts Aaron & Jeremy.  How’s everyone doing? Jeremy – Went … Continue reading "Off Road Podcast 266 – So You’re New to Off Roading"

 We Like Shooting Double Tap 164 – The Reflection | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:15:41

Welcome to We Like Shooting’s Double Tap, Episode 164 Where we answer your questions, talk about new tech in the gun world, and touch base on gun industry news. COMPLETE SHOW NOTES HERE

 The Maglife Podcast – 165 – Advanced Safety | Thinking Beyond The 4 Firearm Safety Rules | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 43:13

4 RULES OF GUN SAFETY As Daniel Shaw instructs them. Be relentlessly aware of your muzzle ensuring it is always pointed in the relative safest direction. Keep your finger off the trigger and outside of the trigger guard until you are on target and have made the conscious decision to fire. Keep the weapon on safe until you are on target and have made the conscious decision to fire. Be certain of your target and that its foreground and background remain clear. 1:55 VF says, “I prioritize what I teach, by what I think is important through my experiences. Having seen a lot of violence and having been around a lot of really poor gun handlers in violent situations…[T]here were a lot of things that I picked up on that I incorporate into what I teach very naturally; If you’re talking about fighting with a gun, the most important aspect is to not add more harm to the situation than is already there. The way that we make a situation worse, is by not adhering to a level of safety that is conducive to keeping people safe. The standard safety rules, the big 4 that people use, or the 3 from the NRA, those are circumstantial … and there are modifications that need to be made. I know a lot of people don’t like to stray from that because it ‘gets too complicated’. But fighting with a gun is a complicated thing, and if you can’t think on a somewhat complex level, then your ability to operate under pressure is probably not going to be that great.” Read the Full Article: HERE

 Gun and Gear Review Podcast Episode 334 – MatchPoint holster, Langdon RDO, EAA 220, Stealth Elite | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:06:37

On this week’s episode, Chad reviews the MatchPoint Ultimate Holster Pack. We discuss the Langdon Tactical 92 Elite with RDO slide, EAA’s new Churchill 220 field 20 gauge semi-auto shotgun, and the new ProEars Stealth Elite in ear system. For all the show notes and back episodes, head over to firearmsradio.tv/gun-and-gear-review-podcast

 Civilian Carry Radio 154 – Realities of Police Training Part III with Wayne Dobbs, Darryl Bolke, Lee Weems | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:37:14

This podcast focuses on the importance of the 2nd amendment, firearms safety, education, training and mindset. Our mission statement: Gun ownership is YOUR RIGHT, Safety and Education are YOUR RESPONSIBILITY I’m your host Baraka Ulrich James, along with my  co-host Allen Sams You the viewers make this program possible. You can contribute to the show … Continue reading "Civilian Carry Radio 154 – Realities of Police Training Part III with Wayne Dobbs, Darryl Bolke, Lee Weems"

 We Like Shooting 361 – Ha ha! Business | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2:08:53

Welcome to the We Like Shooting show, Episode 361 – tonight we’ll talk about Second Call Defense, Faxon Firearms, Swampfox Optics, Black Rhino Concealment, Polymer 80, Bowers Group, Brownells, MCK P80, Hackett Equipment, thr Sico Lower, Flatline Fiber Co and more! COMPLETE SHOW NOTES

 Reloading Podcast 309 – lead mining and other stuff | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:43:25

Hello, and welcome to the Reloading Podcast here on the Firearms Radio Network.   Tonight the gang are talking lead collecting and other questions.

 Gun Guy Radio 244 – 10/22 Rebuild, ARs & Gamblers | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:01:36

Welcome to episode 244 of Gun Guy Radio! This is the podcast that shines a positive light on the firearms lifestyle. I’m your host Jake Challand with Cohost Zack Carlson. This is your regular dose of positive firearms talk, without the politics.  Zack’s Youtube: Youtube Link Zack’s Writing: RangeHot Articles Main Topic: What we did … Continue reading "Gun Guy Radio 244 – 10/22 Rebuild, ARs & Gamblers"

 Off Road Podcast 265 – JDM yo! | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:22:15

Tonight, Aaron makes some money, Jeremy continues his Jeep mechanic training, & Ben goes MIA. Welcome to the off-road podcast. A podcast about everything off-road. We cover the news, review products, and interview people in the off road industry.  I’m your host Ben and I’m here with my co-hosts Aaron & Jeremy.  How’s everyone doing? … Continue reading "Off Road Podcast 265 – JDM yo!"

 Handgun Radio 285 – Obsolescent | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 54:31

This week, we talk obsolescent handguns! Visit www.firearmsradio.tv for complete show notes!

 Talking Lead 355 – THE AK KORNER S2 Ep10: AK-47 Prepping with Jeff Kirkham | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2:13:31

Thanks for joining us for another episode of the Talking Lead AK Korner presented by Century Arms! Your way of life can change in the blink of an eye. Natural disasters, mass civil discord, a super virus? Does any of this sound familiar? To help get your mind right and push you in the right direction in preparing … Continue reading "Talking Lead 355 – THE AK KORNER S2 Ep10: AK-47 Prepping with Jeff Kirkham"

 Gunfighter Cast – 163 – Range Bag Essentials | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 37:05

In today’s podcast, we discuss all the essentials Varg and I have with us when we’re at the range. Our minimum equipment preferences allow us to be safe, prepared, and proactive. Although the contents and brands may vary, we’re going to highlight some of our favorite equipment and brands. Hopefully, this will help you prepare for your next training session or range day. 3:05 For his everyday range bag, DS suggests, “I use the 511 Range Ready 43L. It’s got great compartments. I don’t use every compartment in it [due to] the way they’re designed, but I’ve always found it to be a very good range-bag. It’s taken a beating throughout the years and it’s held together and hasn’t fallen apart, so I’ve been really impressed with it for a very long time GLOVES – HAVE A FEW 14:24 DS Says, “I like minimalist gloves; high dexterity gloves myself. When you go buy high dexterity gloves somewhere, don’t be disappointed if you get a hole in your glove… it comes with the game with these high dexterity minimalist gloves, they do not last forever…I also like to have a thicker glove, maybe with some insulation in it for removing a hot suppressor.” MAGAZINES 9:20 DS Says, “If I’m training with myself, I am not very picky about what magazines I use… if I’m shooting a Glock for example, I’m using Glock factory mags, BUT, if I’m going to the range, I have no problem with running some KCI, some ETS, even some SGM tactical, pro mag, some magazines we know are not the highest in quality…there are some magazines that just work better than others. Encountering a problem with your gun that you didn’t create, that you didn’t know was coming, is definitely a training opportunity.” Check out the FULL article: HERE

 Gunfighter Cast – 162 – Physical Fitness For Self-Defense Minded People | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 41:25

0:58 DS Asks, When someone says “functional fitness”, we hear that a lot in the military, in law enforcement, around defensive-minded circles… what is your definition? VF says; “As a coach, I look at the term functional fitness and I’m not fond of that term in the first place. There was this [one] world where we had; people who worked out in the general public, and then we had sports specific athletes. And we got this idea that we should train the average individual for the sport of life. Then you don’t know what to call it, because do you call this person an athlete (well of course that's what CrossFit does – everyone’s an "athlete” now), But then do you call life a sport? That doesn’t really apply. You can’t say sport-specific, you have to say functional… But in reality, [it’s]: …Anything you do that has a goal, that has an application and real movement and real tasks that you’ll do, in the course of your daily life, or your work, or your sport has a functional purpose to it. Fitness that should have the goal of increasing your capabilities within the likely demands of whatever job, sport, or tasks you’re going to face.” 3:15 DS Asks, So if we're looking at self-defense; your average armed citizen who may have to fight, who wants to live longer, wants to get healthy, wants to be able to fight with a handgun, [or] unarmed to defend themselves, the ones they love – the SWOT officer out there, the military guy…What should they [all] be focusing on when it comes to fitness? VR responds, "To start that out, I’ll point out a common trap or pitfall that most people fall into; They get pocketed into one specific single stimulus and adaptation loop Anything that we train, we are going to introduce a stimulus, to the physiologically demanding tasks -The stimulus is going to promote adaptation in the body to make you stronger, faster...for certain movements. These are all adaptations to training. We [tend to] get stuck on doing one or two things. Ex: “I shoot a lot and I do jujitsu” But you’re missing strength, speed, and agility, endurance training, etc. So, there are all these other adaptations that you’ll need in a fight that you’re not addressing in your training program." View the FULL article: HERE

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