On this episode, Bob and Lee are joined by Billy Cox, senior reporter at the Herald-Tribune, who talks about his special report that focuses on veterans who are seeking legal access to medicinal marijuana for use in treating PTSD, TBI and other unseen wounds. Of course we answer your questions.
On this episode, we talk about new guns and ammo sponsors. Bob recently chose to rep STI pistols -- 1911 style, hi-cap 9mm pistols that shoot as good as they look. We recently started a parntnership with Widener's Reloading and Shooting Supply, which is located in Tennessee. Of course we answer your questions.
On this episode, we're joined by Arthur Viani, founder and owner of Ghost Inc. We broke some news on this episode. Ghost is working on an AK trigger, which Arthur said will have an MSRP of less than $50. We also talk about his line of Glock parts.
On this episode, Bob and Lee are joined by Marion Hammer, Florida's NRA lobbyist, past president of NRA, current NRA board member and executive director of the Unified Sportsmen of Florida. Marion talks about the passage of the recent sweeping gun control bill in Florida ... and she names names.
On this episode, Bob and Lee are joined by Scott Puckett of Sorinex -- a firm known world-wide for their strength training equipment. Now, Sorinex is fielding a tactical training group and a new sled, which is designed to be used at the range. This is cutting edge training for serious shooters.
On this episode, Bob and Lee are joined by Sarasota County (Florida) Sheriff's Ofiice Chief Deputy Col. Kurt Hoffman. The Colonel and his boss, Sheriff Tom Knight, recently made national news for their forward-thinking idea to build a school security program using military veterans and retired law enforcement officers. Kudos to the SSO for their revolutionary idea.
On this episode, Bob and Lee are joined by retired Army Ranger 1SG Gary Silverthorn, owner of Sarasota's T1 Ammunition. Gary talks about ammo -- gimmicks and what really works. He debunks a lot of myths.
On this episode, Bob and Lee are joined by Eric Lipp, National Manager of Community Outreach for the National Rifle Association. Eric oversees NRA' sEddie Eagle Gunsafe Program, which has taught gun safety to more than 30 million children since it was started in Florida 30 years ago. If you have kids, please give it a listen.