What’s New at CMMG? – Interview from SHOT Show – EP 69

Two of the guys from CMMG spent some time with Nick and me talking about the great stuff they have already done and the amazing things they plan on doing in 2020. It’s a great interview. Check it out.

New York Gun Laws = Worse Than California – EP68

Frank Johnson of the Liberty First Foundation talks about New York gun control laws and explains the excellent work his foundation is doing to protect the Second Amendment rights of Americans.

Justice Gorsuch’s Statement on the Denial of Cert in the Bump Stock Ban Appeal

It is often very instructive to read the opinions written by Supreme Court justices. Here, Justice Gorsuch lays out his thinking regarding the case of Guedes v. ATF (Bump Stock Ban Appeal) and why the court has chosen to wait before hearing such a case.

Second Amendment Court Cases Explained – EP 67

Chuck Michel (NRA/CRPA Attorney) explains how the Supreme Court works and where the fight for the Second Amendment stands in the courts. We also got an update on California issues from Sam Paredes of Gun Owner of California and Rick Travis of the California Rifle and Pistol Association.

California legal update with Rick Travis from CRPA at SHOT Show 2020 – EP66

We talked with Rick Travis from the California Rifle and Pistol Association at SHOT Show 2020 about the status of second amendment rights in California and the road ahead.

Master and Servant: Which is Which? Episode 65

The government is instituted to serve the people. Not the other way around.
Gun owners are best served when we fight for each other and not with each other.

EP 64 Buying Ammo a Better Way

Buying Ammo a Better Way – Episode 64

AmmoSquared.com has created a new and innovative way to buy ammunition. Dan Morton, the owner of AmmoSquared gives me the inside scoop on this podcast episode.

Second Amendment Sanctuaries – Episode 63

Is the second amendment sanctuary movement a good thing and if so, why?

Is Old School Firearms Training Still Good? – Episode 62

Are the old school ways of combat shooting still functional and what can we learn from them?