Where there is unity, there is strength.

Urban Shooter Returns

This week I will launch a new podcast called the Urban Shooter. It will be an extension of my website, blackmanwithagun.com. I am hoping it will do what I was born to do, teach, entertain and enlighten more people about the shooting sports, American history and firearm safety. in the New York vernacular I “give […]

P’s & Pods

When you see a duck gliding across a pond effortlessly making a triangular wake from its little feathered body, few realize how much that little bird is doing. Beneath the surface of the water, past bass, pike and pickerels with dreams of being a great white shark, over unseen obstacles two little web feet are […]

Clean Up Your Id

It might be time for a bath. Hygiene is important for your overall well being. We sometimes carry a little too much bacteria on us or in our clothes to notice that we have an unpleasant odor. Your nose can deceive you. You might be stinking. Our minds also need to be decontaminated, hosed down […]

Looking at the rearview mirror

Remember the fear and dread of Y2K? That was the year I launched Black Man With A Gun. It was a gutsy move on my part because I had no clue where it would go. Then I thought with it I could show my value, and help the NRA bridge the gap between people rarely […]

The Segregated & Separate Shooting Sports

Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. had a dream that one day little white and black children would play nice together. That dream has been realized in a few things but not in the shooting sports. We still choose to hunt, shoot and pass the time homogeneously. America is one of the most ethnically diverse […]

The Forgiven Christian Riders

And now a motorcycle riding preacher… One of my resolutions for 2007 is to grow the motorcycle club I founded a couple of years ago called the Forgiven Christian Riders. I’ve been riding since 1977 and looking for riders of sport bikes, cruisers, trikes, choppers, British, German or American bikes. And if I missed a […]

I remember

As I reflect on the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday, today I have mixed emotions. I remember bits and pieces that remind me that the “good ol’ days” weren’t that nice. I remember the March on Washington, riding on top my stepfathers’ shoulders in a sea of smiling brown faces. I was a “colored baby […]


“The man who will not execute his resolutions when they are fresh upon him can have no hope from them afterwards; they will be dissipated, lost and perish in the hurry and scurry of the world, or sunk in the slough of indolence”–Marie Edgeworth I hope to use this note to see how far I […]

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