Scott Jedlinski also known as “Jedi” which is a very cool nickname to have, better than “gopher”..Scott is the brains and teacher for the Modern Samurai Project which is his training company. His primary focus is teaching students the fundamentals of shooting their handguns with mini red dot sights or
Alan Normandy is the brains and CEO of Battle Comp Enterprises which makes one of the most successful muzzle devices for AR-15 rifles. It’s called, well, the Battle Comp which is short for compensator. For the uninitiated, having a compensator allows gas to leave the rifle in a designed fashion.
Brian Wilson, not the singer, is the brain in charge at UM Tactical, a firearms accessory company. Brian is an insightful designer who worked in both the auto and home industries before falling into the world of firearms. By finding a solution to mounting a red dot on his handgun
My guest today has had an amazing shooting career…at the age of 19. Ashley Rheuark is a USPSA National Champion as well as a IDPA Distinguished Master. Ashley shoots not only USPSA and IDPA, but is a very strong competitor in 3-Gun. Since she became sponsored by the legendary Taran
I have to tell you there are not many people that make me feel old, but when I was talking to today’s guest, well that thought came into my mind. The young Mason Lane, who is one of the top competitors in the country, has accomplished so many titles and
What is it like to be a world champion? How much focus and dedication goes into performing at that level. Could you do it? Could you do it knowing this might be the last time you were able to go to a world championship? Most competitive shooters in action pistol
How do you go from being a computer playing kid to number 2 at a National Championship? My guest today is Hwansik Kim, a 29 student raised in S. Korea. Hwansik or “Chic” as his friends call him picked up a real firearm only four years ago and started competing
The name Blackwater brings out the mystic of the money for hired mercenary, traveling to a far land to get involved in things best left to tough men. The thrill a minute job speeding through the streets of a non-permissive environment trying to protect your client while being shot at.
My guest this week is Shannon Smith. Shannon just got back from the 2017 World Shoot in France. The IPSC World Shoot takes place every three years and it’s comparable to the Olympics of the action shooting world. Shannon is a grand master shooter in USPSA (United States Practical Shooting
My guest this week is Aaron Cowan. Aaron served in the Army and National Guard as an infantryman. There he served as a rifleman and designated marksman in addition to learning small unit tactics and close quarter combat techniques. After his service, Aaron became a private security contractor where he