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Black Man With A Gun

This is the responsible gun owners' podcast.  Learn, discover and listen to one of the first pro gun podcast (since 2007) on the net.  Don't let the name of the podcast scare you. The name is to inspire not to incite.    

It’s not just about guns; its about the people behind the guns. This show is about all that shoot, own guns and fight to do so because of misinformation, politics, and racism. Freedom isn't free.  

Responsible Gun Owners, Family Friendly, Safety conscious.  Guns are a cultural part of America.  The topic is political but it’s not where we go with it.  There are some great people in this community and we share them with you, along with product reviews, advice and history. 

 

Jun 27, 2008

"I just want to celebrate, yeah, yeah!"


Today I celebrate the Supreme Court decision to end the misinterpretation of the Second Amendment of the US Constitution in our nation’s cities and my 46th birthday. (I am 30 years old with 16 years experience!)

This podcast will use a few bars from Motown’s Rare Earth,...


Jun 19, 2008

I introduce a new feature called Shoot or Don’t Shoot where I hope provide some thought provoking discussion about what you would do if placed in this circumstance.

I’d like to read your responses on the new Urban Shooter Forums (at the bottom of the forum list) on Gun Rights Radio.

I talk about pendulum and Use...


Jun 12, 2008

See also the podcast show notes on www.urbanshooterpodcast.com


History of the Black Codes Continued Frank tells us about the NRA Annual Convention The Minister of Defense returns with his thoughts on Fathers Day and being Men Intro music by Tyrone Shuz & his Funky Bluz Band http://www.funkyguitar.com/ No winners...


Jun 4, 2008

Remembering local (Maryland) gun store owner, Gregory Real of RealCo Guns who passed away last month unexpectedly. This show introduces the first part of three historical accounts of the infamous Black Codes. Kenn explains that many of todays gun control laws mimic US slave laws.
Contest winner of "what show did that...