Tag: black history

Five Things Nobody Ever Told You About Willie Lynch [Podcast 536]

Five things and more that nobody has ever told you about Willie Lynch Syndrome, Michael J. Woodland on Black Women in the Shooting Sports, remembering 9/11, unboxing the AirForce airgun Condor SS, first thoughts as an urban thing, Shout out from Maj Toure, and a prayer. The first time I heard the word “conscious” was […]

Cathay Williams and Rack-it.org [Podcast 513]

Our history segment introduces you to Cathay Williams, first African American female Buffalo soldier.  in our products review, Mike Love of Rack-It.org, and I rant about power, and how we forget we have it and can/ should make a difference.   Introduction of the new gunpodcastnetwork.com. Product Review www.Rack-It-org It works.  It was designed to help […]

What Famous American Said You Need A Good Revolver and a Steady Hand?

Black Man With A Gun Show Podcast #511 I believe every fan of American history should own a revolver. It should be an heirloom. Before we got caught up on 9mm vs 1911 there was the wheel gun. It was the gun of the Civil War that in surplus was available to poor whites and […]

Saturday Night Specials in Black History

I have realized that African American, “Black” History is a shared American experience.  I think we ought to treat it that way.  In this episode we are talking about political correctness, the origin of Black History and go into detail about the Saturday Night Special.   Michael J. Woodland talks about sights.   Armed Citizen […]

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