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How Does A Black Man Not Get Shot By The Police [Podcast 528]

Mature audience warning. When I started this blog in 1999 it was cutting edge. I took some risk. I have failed more often than succeeded. I was once considered controversial, and radical, even revolutionary. Don’t think those adjectives apply now. Today I am older guy true to myself, comfortable in my understanding of people, and […]

The Story of Dr. Ossian Sweet [podcast 526]

Michael J. Woodland starts a new series on the AR rifle platform.  Marchelle “Tig” Tigner  shares information on traveling with a firearm and Kenn gives a deep dive into the history of Dr. Ossian Sweet along with some personal commentary.  thank you for listening, downloading and sharing this episode.   Armed Citizen News Mother kills […]

How Rick Ector Trained Almost 600 Women in One Day [Podcast 525]

On Sunday, May 21, Rick Ector, NRA training counselor, firearm instructor, gun rights activist and founder of  Legally Armed in Detroit (LAID) organized an event that trained nearly 600 women how to safely operate a semi-automatic pistol. In this episode he shares the details on how he successfully did it. He didn’t do it alone. Its all about relationships. […]

Mental Floss, Principles of Defense, And Eulogy [Podcast 522]

I share some of Jeff coopers principles of defense, and the reminder of how cerebral and mental shooting is, its software over hardware. Michael j Woodland gives some tips for getting started, and I remember and eulogize Bob Owens in my own way. This show is sponsored by patrons like you at patreon.com/blackmanwithagun. On Monday […]

Origin of Gun Control in the Cities [Podcast 516]

When I started looking at the history of gun control I found that it was tied to so many other parts of our lives. There is a connection between gun control in the city and Black America, Irish, and Italian immigration. Lynching is the horrific practice of vigilante executions. The largest group ever hung at […]

When Irish Eyes Are Smiling [Podcast 514]

It’s St. Patrick’s Day and share some little known information about the Irish, Black folks and America. Over a million Irish immigrants came to North America after the potato famine and were a part of the forming of this country. They were often the “Poor Whites” that are mentioned in many gun legislations. They were […]

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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