Tag: training

Anatomy of a Reload

During my United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA) matches this summer, I’ve been running a GoPro camera to record some first-person video. After my last match, I decided to pull a clip of a reload and slow it down to show the component parts that make up a good speed reload. I thought it might […]

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. […]

What Women Want [Podcast 524]

On the Black Man With A Gun Show podcast episode 524, we debuted a new feature from US Army vet, Marchelle Tigner of http://TriggerHappyPanda.com. She was a fan favorite last week and was gracious enough to provide a tip on “situational awareness.” She is solid gold. My tall brother from another mother, retired US Army, […]

Return of the Urban Shooter [ episode 520]

I’ve been waiting for something I have always had. I started a movement. I inspired people to do the right thing. There are brothers and sisters from all over the world fighting for their right to keep and bear arms. I helped with that. I was looking for something else. No more. I’m back. I’ll […]

Behind Enemy Lines: How To Dismantle the Gun Control Agenda in California

“The reality, I believe, is that all change starts small. The big picture is just too unwieldy, too incomprehensible and seemingly immovable. But give us something individual, quantifiable and personalize-able and, suddenly, our perspective shifts to the one.” — Mick Ebeling As someone who is fortunate enough to have the honor of defending and promoting […]

March Madness

It’s that time of year again. A time when the best in the game square off and test their skills, and if they aren’t good enough…they get eliminated.     There you have my thinly veiled metaphor comparing our annual college basketball tournament to gunfighting skill…but it’s a valid one. Shooting a basketball and shooting […]

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