Episode 417: Extraction – Behind the Scenes with Chili Palmer

Riley Bowman talks with Chili Palmer, U.S. Army Special Operations veteran, Viking Tactics Instructor, and advisor on the new Netflix hit movie “Extraction.” Riley and Jacob both had the opportunity to take a training course from Chili a couple of years back, and he knows his stuff. Of course, that would be expected from a guy with than a dozen deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan. Tune in, not only will this episode be entertaining for sure, it will be highly educational as well.

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Episode 293: “You Don’t Need a Handgun”

Today Riley and Jacob cover the latest stories from around the USA in the firearms and concealed carry communities. Today is our Industry News Edition and we’re talking about some intriguing stories about how one Florida school is protecting its students with armed guards. But we also get into an opinion piece that tries to make the case that no one needs a handgun. What are your thoughts?

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Episode 127: Neighbor Shoots Man Trying to Drown Twin Babies

Riley and Jacob news today about Michigan possibly becoming the next state to have constitutional carry. Meanwhile the ninth circuit court upholds a ridiculous law that forces gun owners to pay for gun confiscation and buy-back programs, and how about this…a Pennsylvania law has been proposed to make gun owners a “protected class.” How’s that for interesting?! Also don’t miss the JUSTIFIED story about a neighbor that heeded the call to action that saved the lives of two twin infants…and potentially the lives of an entire family!

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Episode 111: Man Facing Murder Charges After Fatally Shooting Car Thief

In today’s news: Riley and Jacob talk about a news story that is the perfect example as to the problems with gun confiscation laws without due process, especially in the case of mental health. One man sought a little help, and ended up losing his guns for over 2 years even though it was proven he was not a mental health risk!! Plus 2 stories where CCWers are facing charges because they may not have made the right decisions. To find out why, tune in now…

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Bringing an End to Gun-Free Zones On Military Installations

After a bill to expand military service members’ rights to carry weapons on military bases and installations and defend themselves failed in the US Congress, the US Air Force began encouraging base commanders to use their already existing authority to train and arm service members with defensive weapons. This, too, after an Air Force study concluded that having armed service members might help stop or prevent other similar shootings and attacks from happening again in the future.

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