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Steve Anderson – 100th Episode Hangout!

This is my 100th episode of the Firearms Nation Podcast and I could not have made it without all of you, the listeners.  Along the way, I met with some amazing guests who allowed me to ask them all sorts of questions that can bring value to you.  One such guest was Steve Anderson.  Steve is a prolific teacher of shooting and is known as the “dry fire guy”.  I first met Steve through his podcast, “That Shooting Show” and then took some classes from him.  He has been a friend and coach for many years as well as being a guest on this show and every Shooter’s Summits.  On today’s show, Steve and I talk about how to get into “Match mode” and even take your questions which I gathered from Facebook.

Links mentioned in the show:

http://andersonshooting.com

http://shooterssummit.com

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Arik

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2 Comments

  1. Eddie Bob
    February 19, 2019 at 5:55 am — Reply

    I always look forward to your podcasts. The quality of your production alone sets you apart from virtually every other podcast I listen to. And even if the quality weren’t so outstanding, your insightful questioning of exceptional guests would still make it worthwhile.
    Thanks for the interview with Steve Anderson. And kudos for doing your best to keep him on the strait and narrow. He’s an exceptional guy, with a diamond sharp intellect. His teaching ability is as good or better than any other trainer out there. I highly recommend that your listeners tune in to his podcast, purchase his books, and take a class with him at your earliest opportunity.

    • February 20, 2019 at 2:29 am — Reply

      Eddie, thanks for the kind words and support. I’ll also pass this on to Steve. Keep training!

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