This week on the Black Man With A Gun Show I have a conversation with the author of Safety On: An Introduction to the World of Firearms for Children, a new children’s book by Yehuda Remer. Michael J. Woodland shares what he learned in competition. I read the latest post from David Cole called March Madness. In our history segment, we remember a black man with a gun that traveled with Lewis & Clark, named York. He was described in the books as being a very large black man. This show is sponsored by Crossbreedholsters.com, USConcealedCarry.com and you .
You have to check out Dave Coles analogy in this blog post. It is good. Michael concurs and emphasizes the need to train. I had a great conversation with Yehuda. He is a good brother, and father. I learned some interesting trivia about the guy named York. Seems like being black was “good medicine” among the first Americans.
Fresh back from Podfest in Orlando, Fl too. I got a chance to learn from some pros and get some enthusiasm from newbies in the social media and digital influencer space. I also spoke for about five minutes in the closing keynote of the event. As a result I am planning to build a network of professional gun podcast. Details to come.
“If you want something you’ve never had, then you’ve got to do something you’ve never done.”
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