The ProArms Podcast
Mas interviews Greg Ferris about two armed robberies in his San Antonio Gun Shop. Greg’s current location is Cedar Ridge Range. That’s it for this episode’s links.
Mas interviews Bill Rogers of the Rogers Shooting School. The best guide to the stages by Todd Louis Green. Part Two: MantisX Justin Opinion on YouTube.
We traveled to Philly and caught up with Maj Toure to talks about his program, Black Guns Matter. We found out he is doing a lot of good work in the community in Philly, including reaching out to the schools for some much needed gun safety education.
On Tuesday, January 8, 2013, two men entered the Almond Avenue Pharmacy in Madera, CA guns blazing. First, they shot Bryan Lee’s mother but Bryan was ready. As the bottle of pills he was holding exploded in his hand,
I know, this is supposed to be a BroadCast but I didn’t have a photo of me and Rhonda, only one with Mas and Rhonda so that’s what I used for this episode. We did this recording a few years ago at the Gun Rights Policy Conference in Chicago.
Another visit with Karl Rehn, who presented a shorter version of his Red Dot Study at a recent MAG40 class held at his range in Texas. His Red Dot Study, looked at the differences in shooter performance comparing slide mounted Red Dot sights,
Links for this episode: Gail carries an extra magazine now because of SnagMag. The Federal Air Marshal’s Qualification Course. Glock Training. Glock Shooting Sports Foundation. Hudson H9 The photo is Terri’s new Roscoe.
We are at the NRA Annual Meeting in Atlanta. Not a lot of need for text this episode, so just the links: Home Invader: The John Daub Incident in American Handgunner. John writes about what happened on his blog. Armed Citizen’s Legal Defense Network
An Interview with Karl Rehn about his excellent presentation at Tac-Con this year. One of the big hits was his illustration of the Dunning-Kruger effect highlighting “The Peak of Mount Stupid” and “The Valley of Despair.
DENNIS ANDERSON AND THE DAWN OF THE OFFICER SURVIVAL MOVEMENT Denny Anderson was “in at the beginning” of the Officer Survival training movement in the early 1970s, which in turn was the seedbed for much of what is now doctrine for law-abiding armed ci...