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SOTG 909 - Polymer 80 and US Military: World’s Slowest Learners

Student of the Gun Radio

Release Date: 12/10/2019

Rep. Rebecca Schmoe, Trump Assassination & Trauma Medicine | SOTG 1250 show art Rep. Rebecca Schmoe, Trump Assassination & Trauma Medicine | SOTG 1250

Student of the Gun Radio

First of all, yes, Professor Paul will discuss the attempted assassination of President Trump. As someone who has been a professional bodyguard, he has some insight into executive protection. We have KS House Rep. Rebecca Schmoe to discuss liberty and defending values as an elected representative of the people. We will also discuss how she came to be a strong gun rights advocate. Is the expensive hemostatic gauze really all that much better than standard medical gauze? We will consider that in detail during our SOTG Homeroom brought to you by Student of the Gun University. Thanks for being a...

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Helmets, Sharks & Alex Bosco from SB Tactical | SOTG 1249 show art Helmets, Sharks & Alex Bosco from SB Tactical | SOTG 1249

Student of the Gun Radio

We have a special guest. Alex Bosco the founder of SB Tactical and the inventor of the original pistol brace will join us to discuss the recent court ruling as well as the future of braces and our industry in general. During our Tech Talk from EOTech Inc. we will talk about the “tech” of modern helmets. Josh Brooks from Hard Head Veterans helps us to understand what goes into modern ballistic helmets.   There were numerous shark attacks during the July 4th Holiday Weekend. During our SOTG Homeroom segment we will examine them and discuss what we can do to be better prepared for...

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Dangerous Targets & Adam Kraut from SAF | SOTG 1248 show art Dangerous Targets & Adam Kraut from SAF | SOTG 1248

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This week we have a special guest, Adam Kraut, the Executive Director of the Second Amendment Foundation. Adam will discuss the importance of recent court decisions and the legal battles that American citizens are fighting against criminal government overreach.  During our SOTG Homeroom from Professor Paul will discuss a recent article published at Shooting News Weekly. There are some range props and materials used to build ranges that could prove to be hazardous to shooters and onlookers.  For this week’s Tech Talk from EOTech Inc. we will discuss the importance of electronic...

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Arkansas Grocery Store Attack: Always Carry the Fundamental Four | SOTG 1247 show art Arkansas Grocery Store Attack: Always Carry the Fundamental Four | SOTG 1247

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A recent rampage killing sprees at a grocery store in Arkansas once more demonstrates the necessity for the Fundamental Four; lethal, sharp, bright, medical. Never leave your house without them. Have supreme confidence in your ability to use them. During our Tech Talk from EOTech Inc we will consider mounting and using a mini red dot optic on a handgun. Also, could you hit your target if the dot stopped working?  Also, during our Pro Tip of the Week from FrogLube we will consider firearms cleaning and maintenance from the perspective of bore cleaning. Tune in and listen louder. ...

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Be Ready & Braces and Bump Stocks | SOTG 1246 show art Be Ready & Braces and Bump Stocks | SOTG 1246

Student of the Gun Radio

The saying goes, “Be ready so you don’t have to get ready.” The Government of Denmark just advised its people to get ready and prepare for a potential war with Russia. What is the advice that they are being given and how does that jive with reality? Two court rulings have come down in the last week highlighting the criminal overreach by Joe Biden’s “AFT”.  First the prohibition against the pistol brace was thrown out by a judge in Texas. Then the US Supreme Court ruled that the AFT overstepped its authority by classifying bump-stocks as “machine guns”. We have a Tech Talk...

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Carry a Gun to the Grocery Store & Shark Attack | SOTG 1245 show art Carry a Gun to the Grocery Store & Shark Attack | SOTG 1245

Student of the Gun Radio

Do you carry your fundamental four everywhere, even to the grocery store? A woman was stabbed and her child murdered by a maniac wielding a knife in a grocery store parking lot in Ohio. What lessons can we learn?  Three people were attacked and maimed by sharks in Florida on the same day in the same area. Fortunately none died despite life-threatening injuries due to the efforts of the people on the scene. Are you carrying medical gear to the beach?  Also, during our Tech Talk from EOTech we consider the importance of understanding off set. We have a Frog Lube Pro Tip of the week for...

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Tritium Sights & Marty from Talking Lead | SOTG 1244 show art Tritium Sights & Marty from Talking Lead | SOTG 1244

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Our buddy, Marty from Talking Lead, will join us for an after-action discussion of our recent time spent in Dallas, Texas at the NRA Annual Meeting & Exhibits. It’s always great to have our old friends on the show.  During our Tech Talk from EOTech Inc. we will consider Tritium sights, specifically “Police Trade-In Night Sights”. Are you getting a good deal when you buy trade-in cop guns with Tritium sights or are you being ripped off?  Also, do extra-heavy triggers prevent negligent discharges? During our SOTG Homeroom from , we will answer a question from a listener in...

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State of the NRA w/ Isaac Demarest & Lubing your Shotguns | SOTG 1243 show art State of the NRA w/ Isaac Demarest & Lubing your Shotguns | SOTG 1243

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What is truly going on with the NRA leadership? We have Isaac Demarest, an NRA Board Member, with us today to discuss the changes taking place at the National Rifle Association.  During our Tech Talk from EOTech, Inc., Professor Paul will consider the importance of understanding offset. What is offset and how does it apply to a firearm with an optic? Also, we have a Froglube Pro Tip for you. Shotguns need lube too. How much and where should you put the lube?  Finally, during our SOTG Homeroom from SOTG University, we have a new friend, Tim Evancich, who will tell us about the...

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NRA Dallas 2024 | SOTG 1242 show art NRA Dallas 2024 | SOTG 1242

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The team spent a glorious long weekend in Big D. We have live reports from the floor of the NRA Annual Meeting and Exhibits held in Dallas, Texas. Thanks to Kel Tec Firearms, we had a recording studio on the floor. Thank you to all of you who came out to our book signing events and said hello.  A number of special guests joined us, including Paul Glasco, author of “How to Make a Monster: And Why No One Cares”. Mr. Glaso explains factors that tie all of the recent rampage killers together. What facts has the mainstream media deliberately overlooked or flat out lied about?  Also...

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Gun Control Gestapo Silent on Philly Bus Stop Shooting | SOTG 1241 show art Gun Control Gestapo Silent on Philly Bus Stop Shooting | SOTG 1241

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Did you hear about the “mass shooting” in Philadelphia? We are willing to bet that unless you live in Pennsylvania, you did not. You might ask yourself why? The media loves blood in the streets and they love pushing gun control, why bury this story?  How much scope is too much scope? During our Tech Talk from EOTech Inc we consider the pros and cons of high powered optics.  Does Gun Control make you safer? Are countries that restrict gun ownership “safer”? For our SOTG Homeroom we will address a horrific story from Mexico where unarmed tourists were murdered for their truck...

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Is it fair to award the US Military with the “World’s Slowest Learners” Award? Let us take a long look at the history of disarming and distrusting US service members. How many more of your sons and daughters need to be murdered before they are “allowed” to protect themselves? 

During our Brownells Bullet Points segment, we consider the Brownells Exclusive Polymer80 Glock-like frame. How difficult is it to assemble your own pistol in your workshop or garage? 

Also, we have a SOTG Homeroom for you from Crossbreed Holsters. When it comes to being an armed citizen and dangerous on demand, there are two “A” questions; Allowed and Able. We speak to both. 

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You’re a Beginner Once, a Student For Life!


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From www.upi.com:

A key sentry during the bomb attack that killed 221 U.S. servicemen had no magazine in his rifle when a truck loaded with explosives barreled into the Marine headquarters, a Marine officer said today.

Col. Tim Geraghty, commander of the Marines in Beirut, said two days before the attack they had been warned that a car bombing was imminent. Asked if there was any culpability on the part of sentries, Geraghty, replied, ''No.''

''We receive a lot of warnings,'' he said. ''It is not uncommon.''

The sentry, who was not identified, was uninjured by the explosion.

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From www.military.com:

The Pentagon recently released detailed guidance that allows U.S. military personnel to carry privately owned, concealed firearms on base, a move that the Army's service chief argued against publicly.

"Arming and the Use of Force," a Nov. 18 Defense Department directive approved by Deputy Secretary of Defense Robert Work, lays out the policy and standards that allow DoD personnel to carry firearms and employ deadly force while performing official duties.

But the lengthy document also provides detailed guidance to the services for permitting soldiers, sailors, airmen, Marines and Coast Guard personnel to carry privately owned firearms on DoD property, according to the document.

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