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A history podcast looking at all aspects of WWII, military history, social history, the battles, the campaigns, tanks, gun and other equipment, the politics and those who ran the war. I look at it all. With WW2 slipping from living memory I aim to look at different historical aspects of the Second World War. In each episode of the WWII Podcast I interview an expert on a subject. No topics are out of bounds (as yet), and I cover the military history side of the war as well as looking the home ...
 
A show where we learn about and share everything concerning long range shooting and custom rifle building. Shooting fundamentals, equipment to get started, advanced equipment and building a rifle for precision shooting and long range. Brought to you by Wolf Precision, Inc. and your host Jamie Dodson. Visit out website at www.wolfprecision.net
 
Chicks talking guns (and the occasional lucky dude). Yes, you read that correctly. Come have a listen while we chat about our adventures in the gun world. Man or woman, no discrimination here!
 
Long Range Pursuit Podcast, presented by Gunwerks, is the authoritative podcast on all things surrounding the science and techniques of long range hunting and shooting. Aaron Davidson and the Gunwerks crew along with a variety of industry expert guests discuss long range and precision rifle topics from hunting to competition tactics, ballistics, gun setup, gear selection, product design, gunsmithing, bullet performance, and a whole lot more.
 
We are three brothers, Michael, Mitch, and Mac. This project is fueled by a love for hunting and fishing instilled in us from a young age by our father. We hope to use this channel to pass on that love for the outdoors, bring new members to the sport, share tactics, and spread a conservation message that will enable others to enjoy outdoor opportunities for generations to come.
 
Firearms Nation Podcast gets to know the people who use firearms, talk about firearms or compete with firearms. From tactical instructors, self defense experts to gun writers and even podcasters, Firearms Nation asks the questions you want to know. Each week your host, Arik Levy, knows his stuff as he is both a competitive shooter, law enforcement officer and firearms instructor. Firearms Nation wants you to be a better shooter and know more about firearms. Visit www.firearmsnation.com to Jo ...
 
Backcountry hunters talking backcountry hunting. Join us for lively discussion on a variety of topics related to backcountry, big game hunting. We'll be talking tactics, sharing lessons learned, swapping stories, interviewing individuals from the hunting industry, and getting into the nitty-gritty of our gear lists and bow/rifle setups. Contact us at anytime with your questions or feedback by emailing us: podcast@exomountaingear. Thanks for listening! — Mark & Steve
 
A one-on-one actual play podcast co-hosted by a married couple with a focus on lighthearted play. Diana and Zack are just two nerds and teachers who like to spend time in fantasy worlds together. We never squabble over rules, except when we do. Catch up with Season 1 of our Dungeon World campaign in the setting of Segurança, a diverse plains city beset by internal power struggles and devils at the gates. New episodes every other Monday.
 
Run the Bolt is a podcast about competitive precision rifle shooting, hosted by Travis Derouin, a relative newcomer to the sport. The podcast is born out of Travis' desire to learn everything there is to know about competitive tactical/sniper style shooting events. His hosts will be a wide array of subject matter experts, from match organizers, to shooters, to ballistic experts and more. The podcast will document a journey as Travis learns and experiences more about his love for shooting rif ...
 
This podcast is just two buddies talking sports and entertainment, like friends do. You'll be hearing supremely amateur takes, thrown in with a bunch of bush league opinions and what ever else comes up. Sports talk is primary, but we'll also talk movies, music, and anything else worth getting into. Let us help you survive rush hour, pass time on your flight or be distracted from the daily grind.
 
"A Rifleman never stops learning, a Rifleman never stops teaching. A Rifleman continuously seeks ways to to protect the freedoms and liberties the Founding Fathers left us, to improve himself, his home, his family, his community, his state and his nation, everyday of his life. A Rifleman adapts, a Rifleman overcomes and a Rifleman persists. This is not just some fancy gilded rhetoric we throw around like popcorn and pennies. This is the code we live by here. There is nothing wrong, no matter ...
 
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Episode 63 - Preparing for the Hunt part 2. In this episode we take a look from the guides prospective. We have a great interview with western guide and good friend Brock M. Brock shares some great tips and advice from his years of guiding big game hunters out west. We also tackle a great customer submitted question at the end of the show.…
 
In this hour: - Shooting Performance owner and trainer Mike Seeklander about the importance of taking a course of training for defensive shooting and how to practice without using hard-to-find ammunition - Taking a five-day class on self-defense with the AR-15 rifle - How does the 10-gauge shotgun stack up for hunting? Tom Gresham's Gun Talk 09.27.…
 
Dr. Christopher McDonald discusses the innovations and developments of the bolt action infantry rifles of World War I. He explains the difficulties the British had in South Africa and the Americans had during the Spanish-American War when confronted with entrenched soldiers armed with Mauser rifles. He details the importance of smokeless powers and…
 
On today’s episode, Kili Lilly joins Travis Ishida to talk about a precision rifle journey from a woman’s perspective, experiencing the sport as a family, the dynamic of competing with her husband, and more!Precision Rifle competitor, Kili has jumped straight in to national-level matches, is a great ambassador for the sport, and offers boundless ad…
 
The American West contains many epic tales and stories, perhaps the most astounding is the story of Lewis and Clark and the Corp of Discovery. Over the course of seventeen months a group of over forty individuals traveled seven thousand miles through hostile native tribes from the middle of America through previously unexplored mountain ranges to t…
 
SHOW NOTES Intro: Field recording heading into a solo DIY caribou hunt in Alaska. Topic: Rifling twist rate & modern bullets Rifling twists for long, sleek high-BC bullets Rifling twists for monometal bullets Altitude, temperature, and spin stability The modern trend: Faster, ever faster Benefits of a custom barrel (with whatever twist rate you wan…
 
Tony Simon, the founder of "Diversity Shoot" and 2A4E (The 2nd Is For Everyone) Podcast, joins the show to discuss the 2A views of SCOTUS nominee, Amy Covey Barrett. Is there a possible concern? Also, listen in as we chat about Thomas Yoxall, the Arizona hometown hero (and ex-felon) who saved the life of an Arizona State Trooper.…
 
After D-Day, the spotlight on the allied fighting was focused on North West Europe, yet the fighting in Italy carried on often overlooked. In this episode we’re going to be looking at the Canadians battling across what should have been good tank country at the end of 1944. I’m joined by Canadian military historian Mark Zuehlke, author of ‘The River…
 
Gun Talk's Ryan Gresham and Kevin “KJ” Jarnagin chat with Jonathan Patton of The Gun Collective about social media, expensive guns, Palmetto State Armory's bid to purchase Remington's ammo biz, Top 5 Guns for 2020 so far, and more. Gun Talk Nation is proudly supported by Lockdown and Springfield Armory. Gun Talk Nation 09.30.20…
 
At 60-years-young our guest on this episode, Dave, is a solo mountain hunter in Alaska. Dave has experience as a Marine, pilot, mountain climber, mountain hunter, and much more. As someone who is still hunting hard in the mountains at his age, Steve and Mark wanted to learn from Dave. With an engineer's mindset and a desire to always learn, Dave ha…
 
This week Michael examines the Remington bankruptcy fire sale and who is picking up the pieces. He also talks about his two Desert Eagles and fun with carpel tunnel syndrome! MichaelBane.TV - On the Radio episode # 39. Scroll down for reference links on topics discussed in this episode. Disclaimer: The statements and opinions expressed here are our…
 
Lots of rangefinders have “Angle Compensation” built in, and if you’ve got a Vortex Rangefinder, regardless of the model, this is certainly the case. (We happen to call it “Horizontal Component Distance” or “HCD” mode) But why is angle compensation so important? When should you be concerned about the true horizontal distance between you and a targe…
 
Historian David Harbin discusses the beginning of the Mormons from the Second Great Awakening to the Midwest (3:25). He provides an overview of the life of Joseph Smith and the founding of a new church (5:50). He talks about how the Book of Mormon was received and written (6:41). Harbin explains the problems that developed for Joseph Smith and the …
 
SHOW NOTES Intro: Solo in Alaska Packing for the flight Down safe, camp setup Grizzly bears a'plenty! Caribou few and far away One lone big bull Hunting, photographing, and field butchering Packing meat Near hypothermia Hunkered down, waiting out the rain An accuracy tech topic for future study To be continued... Tune in for Part 2, when things beg…
 
In episode 7 our adventurers continue on their way after the fight with the Cedar Rex. Merrin begins having strange dreams and the kobolds try opening her mind to what the Paga can offer.Additional music from Resolution by Wayne Jones, Distant Lands by Hanu Dixit, Bug Catching by Emily A. Sprague, and Nidra in the Sky with Ayler by Jesse Gallagher.…
 
Combining solo hunting with solo filming takes a high level of talent, persistence, patience, creativity, and straight-up grit – Tim Burnett, Producer and Host of SOLO HNTR TV has these qualities in spades. He won’t tell you that about himself though, so we will. Jim and Mark sit down with Tim to chat solo hunting, solo filming, the Vortex Selects …
 
What lessons can modern hunters implement from ancient people? What practices have been forgotten? This week, I am joined by Devin Pettigrew, an archeologist who studies the tools and tactics used by ancient hunters. We cover traditional archery, steel vs stone broadheads, and the atlatl, an ancient dart throwing weapon that is still used by tradit…
 
In this hour: - How will Amy Coney Barrett handle Second Amendment cases? - Gun rights attorney Don Kilmer explains why he changed from a "Never Trump" guy to a supporter of the President - Lightweight revolvers for concealed carry. Tom Gresham's Gun Talk 09.27.20 Hour 1
 
In this hour: - Mike Helms, a Board Member of the Smith & Wesson Collectors Association, talks about collecting firearms - How can you transfer a handgun from one state to another? - Range Report on a red dot atop a Springfield Armory Hellcat, and making 100-yard hits with this small pistol. Tom Gresham's Gun Talk 09.27.20 Hour 3…
 
In this hour: - A caller thinks Tom was too harsh when talking about a training facility - New laser system for practicing shooting at home - Tom has a failure with his electronic ear muffs at the range Tom Gresham's Gun Talk 09.27.20 After Show
 
It’s Not Rocket Surgery Episode 264 – Job Readiness University Degrees, Funnel Web Spiders, Rethinking Emotions, Enola Holmes, Dune 2020, Twitter’s Racial Bias, 60ft Gundam, and other science, technology and geek culture stories. Links to stories mentioned during the show are available on request. It's Not Rocket Surgery Ep264 – Job Readiness Uni D…
 
No matter which role you may fill in a firearms training class, this episode is valuable to students and instructors alike. Today’s guest is Erik Utrecht from Michigan Defensive Firearms Institute and between the two of us, we cover all kinds of issues pertaining to firearms training. If You Are a Student Listen up and learn about what you should l…
 
Hunters are ramping up travel in search of adventure and game. Paul Pluff of Ruger joins Ryan Gresham and Kevin “KJ” Jarnagin to chat about some of their more memorable hunts, including some in Africa, a few handgun hunts, and a muzzleloader fail. Plus, find out what brought KJ to his knees during an Alaskan bear hunt. Gun Talk Hunt is proudly supp…
 
Dr. Paul Polgar explains how the nation moved from very limited anti-slavery sentiment before the 1760s to a more vibrant anti-slavery posture in the 1780s and 1790s. He describes the difference between those who were against the Atlantic slave trade and those that had moral and economic arguments to end slavery. The talk covers early manumission l…
 
This week I sat down with Jason Swarr from Skillset Magazine to chat about the future of the 2nd Amendment. Listen in to this "no holds barred" conversation as we cover presidential candidates, our local senate race, Cardi B, Black Rambo, and the Antifa / BLM "peaceful protests". There is so much riding on this election, we need to vote as if our S…
 
In The MagLife Podcast 172, we are speaking with Corinne Mosher. She is a firearms instructor, mom, LE wife, musician, and a highly respected individual in the firearms community. Tune in as we learn about Corinne, and how she transitioned from violins to firearms and grew into a career as a firearms instructor and competitive shooter. We also disc…
 
From large tracts, to tiny parcels with unique and difficult access, public land open to all of us dots our landscape like a Jackson Pollock painting, but it’s not always obvious where the different boundaries lye – or that they even exist. Jimmy, Mark and Erik sit down with Dylan Dowson and Jared Larsen from OnX Maps to chat modern mapping and lan…
 
Jeff and Andy are joined by Don Collyer from Southern Oak Kennels North. Don specializes in training U.K. Labradors for the grind of waterfowl season. The guys talk about the early season honker smash Don and the guys from Boss Shot Shells just had, his method of training dogs from some of the most prestigious bloodlines in the world, and Don also …
 
In this episode we brought on special guests from the Army Sniper community, Christopher Roberts and Christopher Rance. Both Roberts and Rance have spent some time not only as Snipers but as instructors at the US Army Sniper School in Fort Benning, GA. At Modern Day Sniper, we want to ensure the term "Modern Day Sniper" doesn't just revolve around …
 
This week, we continue the discussion on making sure your family is ready to weather what looks to be some tough months! MichaelBane.TV - On the Radio episode # 38. Scroll down for reference links on topics discussed in this episode. Disclaimer: The statements and opinions expressed here are our own and may not represent those of the companies we r…
 
Former Mayor Chuck Scholz tells the interesting story of the birth of Mountain Dew and the connection the inventor has to Quincy. The story goes back to the city's founder John Wood and the German immigrants that made the treacherous journey across the Atlantic to the Midwest. He was even able to work in a connection to Father Tolton. He ties it al…
 
You asked and we listened! Ryan Muckenhirn joins Jimmy and Mark to discuss the almighty .338 Lapua. What is it, where did it come from, what makes it so special, and how has it developed a nearly made-of-unicorn-dust status in shooter’s eyes? On top of that, we touch briefly on the .338 Norma Mag and how the 6.5 creed has very likely been the reaso…
 
Historian and prolific author Dr. Andrew Burstein discusses the book, he co-authored with Dr. Nancy Isenberg, on John Adams and John Quincy Adams. He describes the problems that both Adams had with the two-party system that developed in the early days of the Republic. He details the historic events that John Adams and John Quincy Adams were involve…
 
In this installment of the Vortex Nation Podcast, we cup up and set down with the fellas from Midwest Flyways, diving into navigating waterfowl hunting on public land – with a few sweet private-land tips thrown in. Pretty sure we limited on puns in our first sentence – oh, that’s another one. We cover finding places to hunt, scouting waterfowl, and…
 
How can the Modern Day Rifleman Virtual Summit help you as a hunter? Even if you aren't a "sniper" or competitive shooter, what can you, as a hunter, learn from the field of 25 experts in the precision shooting industry that will be speaking at the free virtual summit? We answer these questions with summit founders, Caylen Wojcik and Phillip Velayo…
 
There's a lot to keep track of when preparing for a hunting trip, and sometimes your ammo gets left behind. Specialized cartridges can be difficult to find in a pinch, so there are definitely benefits to using everyday ammo. This week, I'm joined by hunting guide professional shooter, Peter Howell, to discuss the pros, cons, and capabilities of the…
 
This is a replay of an interview I did with Chuck Rossi back in 2018. With all the problems with social media these days, I thought it would be a good idea to bring this interview back. How many of you have had issues with Facebook when it came to one of the ads you were running? Or maybe your page, group or even your profile was banned for violati…
 
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