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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. 

 

Nov 9, 2018

Happy Birthday Marines

Salute to the Veterans

Texas Tower Shooting of 1966

Chit chat with US Army vet, and friend Michael J. Woodland

News - Tragedy strikes again.

 

 

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Texas Tower shooting of 1966, also called University of Texas clock tower shooting, mass shooting in Austin, Texas, on August 1, 1966, in which Charles Whitman, a student and former- Marine, fired down from the clock tower on the campus of the University of Texas, killing 14 people and wounding 31 others (one of whom died years later from complications related to his wounds).

Charles Whitman began a murder spree by firing his scoped rifle from atop a 330-foot clock tower in Austin, Texas, killing people hundreds of yards away. When police .38s and buckshot proved impotent at that distance, private citizens on the ground returned fire on Whitman with hunting rifles and target rifles. Whitman was forced to take cover and stop shooting. Armed citizen Allen Crum then led Austin policemen Houston McCoy and Ramiro Martinez to the top of the tower. Crum fired the first shot of the encounter (which may have broken Whitman’s planned ambush of the officers), and McCoy and Martinez shot Whitman dead. Martinez later publicly credited the armed citizens with stopping the killing. They became heroes, not defendants.

 

 

The address for the Soldier in Basic Training:

 

PVT Mason, George RN:323

E Co 1st BN 19th INF

198th Infantry BDE

8775 Albanese Dr.

Fort Benning, GA 31905-4925