Everyday Marksman Radio
I didn't want to record this episode. But, sometimes the very thing you are interested in becomes political. With everything that is going on with the recent special elections in Virginia, I can no longer avoid the topic.
Linda Miller and Keith Cunningham are the authors of Secrets of Mental Marksmanship, How to fire Perfect Shots. They are accomplished shooters in both the civilian and military worlds, and today we are talking about developing the right mindset.
Do you have a system for taking new shooters to the range? I recently introduced two new people to shooting and documented the experience. In this episode, I break down my process.
As part of a new series I'm calling Community Highlights, I asked Mark Cutright- my first subscriber, to come onto the show and tell us his story. Mark has extensive background with tactical training as a civilian, and a lot of advice overall.
On this episode of Everyday Marksman Radio, we're talking about goals: setting them, planning for them, and accomplishing them. But where does it go wrong?
Russell Miller is a triple-distinguished competition shooter as well as a former special operations officer. He’s spent an enormous amount of time coaching snipers and precision shooters, and today he’s our guest on the show.
This podcast episode introduces you to four recurring gun culture characters: Tactical Timmy, Boogaloo Bob, Fuddy Fred, and Sheepdog Shane. Enjoy.
Today we talk to Dr. Whitfield East, a US Army research physiologist who helped devise the new Combat Fitness test. So how do you stack up to the combat requirements for modern soldiers? Find out.
Matt recounts two of his favorite outdoors adventures, and some of the most important lessons he took away from them.
Today we're talking about revolvers with Justin Carroll, Editor and Chief of Revolver Guy and overall wheelgun enthusiast. We cover a lot of topics, including the ideal audience for revolvers, some myths surrounding them, and proper care.