Continuing on with our short series about extending and teaching safe gun handling procedures to people, we come to rule number two. Rule number two is simple, and it’s simply this: Don’t point your gun at something or someone you don’t want to shoot. Before we move on, this short series about gun handling […]
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Riley Bowman interviews Brian Conley, founder of Hunters HD Gold, who is taking the shooting sports world by storm with his unique protective eyewear. We’re going to take a deep dive into what goes into quality eye protection not only in terms of the physical protection but also what goes into helping us to see […]
Riley Bowman and Jacob Paulsen tackle a very valid question: what are the best practices for defending oneself or one’s campsite, tent, RV, etc. when out enjoying the great outdoors? How can we limit our risk from both human and animal threats?
Two people were in a car driving on U.S. 131. The passenger “accidentally” shot himself in the leg. The driver, naturally startled, then drove the car off the road, through a construction zone, and into a ditch. When officers arrived they applied a tourniquet to the victim’s leg and transported him to the hospital. Police […]
Riley Bowman and Matthew Maruster talk about how to get back to the shooting range after you’ve had a dry spell like Coronavirus. How to stay sharp, what to do to warmup, maybe what drills and skills to use and work on that are likely to have perished, and . Tune in!
An off duty deputy is attacked outside his vehicle while at a gas station. His wife is in the vehicle, and is able to fire shots at the suspects. The suspects do not expect to be shot at and flee, only after braking the deputies jaw during the assault.