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"clay pigeons" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Afternoon 4 to 6 Monday, the worst president in American history in Denver will have the latest on Joe Biden's war against so many different Americans and out Biden pulled us and other lefties are trying to use Covid to kill the Constitution joined me at four. All right. We do have a big announcement coming up in about half an hour. And I just want to share with you. A couple of the excellent guesses that I've gotten from folks trying to anticipate what I'm going to announce in half an hour. One is that I am going to marry Candy C. De Baca. That's an interesting one. Uh, another one. Joe Biden is going to hire me to be his press secretary to improve his image That would be wise, but I would not take the job. Um, and another person guesses that I'm going to sell my vinyl album collection to someone called Mike up north. I don't know who that is for a dollar 25. If any of those things happen to be true, and I'm already telling you that Joe Biden one is not Um, I'm not ruling out the candy. See the baka thing Anyway, you will find out half an hour from now. But what you're gonna find I'm thinking gender reveal. You know what I've had, like seven people, John predict gender reveal And they've all suggested new female names for me. I don't know what why this is the thing. That's what people are predicting most That I'm doing. Rose, Rose. Yeah, that's that's In fact, I am named in the in the Jewish tradition. I am named for my great grandmother Rose. That's what that's who I'm named for with with Ross. And then after that, John the second, the second biggest category of guesses. It has to do with me suddenly liking or even beginning to grow bell peppers. Um So my listeners really, really know how to, uh, get under my skin to announce the divorce. Uh, well, I mean, let me tell you both your wife and I have been waiting a long, long time for that. Believe me, I found the love notes on her in her text messages. Um, so apparently The Independence Institute, which my friend John Kaldor is president of has a big event They do every year, um, called the the Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Party. It's coming up this Saturday at Kiowa Creek Sporting Club, and apparently you couldn't find anybody. Good to be your guest speaker. Oh, no, no. We could find lots and lots of good speakers. They just wanted like $20 or something. That as a as a honorarium, and you know, we don't have that kind of money, so no, actually, um We were. We were hoping a certain congresswoman from, uh, here in Colorado is rather outspoken on guns was was going to be able to join us, but something came up and she could not join us. And and you've been to our alcohol, Tobacco and firearms party several times I've I've seen you there with. I think I know you only own to T shirts and the only the other one of them says, celebrate diversity, and it has all these different guns on it. That's right. Yeah, See you. Do you think I don't care about you? And so the alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms party? We've been doing this now for my God, like, almost 18 years and wow. Yeah, And it's the idea was just thumbed the nose of the nanny ists who don't want us to have any fun and I I believe deep in my heart that there's nothing that progressives hate more. Been responsible adults having a damn good time. And so we actually smoke. We drink and we kill clay pigeons. Uh, sadly, the lawyers don't let us do it in that order. I'm still working on that. But, um and so we go down to Kiowa Creek Sporting Club. Which is just outside of Denver, Out east. And, um, we have a morning full of clay sports, which is which is a hoot, And it's a lot more difficult by the way to hit clay targets than paper targets I have found. Hmm. Then we drink smoke cigars and listen to the wisdom of someone like Ross Kaminsky or Rose Kaminski, Uh and, uh, it's just it's always a great great time. And more importantly, I've always thought we'd better do these things. Rooms. Before they're illegal and the tobacco part of that is growing more and more close to being illegal in Colorado. Um and who knows what what will happen on the firearms? Part of it. And well, thank God Alcohol is still going strong, even though it's it's taxed. But anyway, the point being there every every time a clay pigeon dies. A progressive cries, and that's why we get together and have this great party and we have only a few spots open left. And so, uh, one I thought I'd call and actually really thank you for coming out and you come to these things quite a bit and it is It is a lot of fun. It's a really fun event and let me just say for those who Have not done sporting clays before. That's what this particular kind of shooting sport is called. I think it's the single most fun shooting sport and and even for for ladies, Lots of ladies show up. You don't have to shoot a 12 gauge. Right? You can you can shoot, you can shoot a 20. If you're really good. You could shoot a 4 10, But you You know they're much smaller and needed to be an incredible shot. But you should have 20 gauge doesn't beat you up. You have an amazing time with everybody probably knows what a clay pigeon is, but a lot more people have seen Um skeet and trap where they just go in very certain patterns with the sporting clays. You don't really know where it's going to go. They've even got some little bounce along the ground. They call them rabbits. It's just so much fun. It's um, yeah. Interestingly, women seem to have a better knack for it than men. Because the key of skeet shooting is you have to keep moving while you pull the trigger. So, uh, you, um you have to. You have to be able to move in and met metal used to you're grabbing, you know, grabbing their A are rolling in the dirt and and screaming, you know, Dichotomy bastard and shooting at at a paper target. This is this is a little different than that. But it's also, uh, It's just fun. Uh, we also have something called the five stand, which is If you haven't shot clay pigeons before you can go and learn how to do without doing the full 10 round course, and there's 10 different stations. It's kind of like golf. Really. There's a different holes in golf, and there's different. Stations and clay pigeon. Anyway, The point is not as much to shoot as it is to get together with like minded people. And, um, kick back. Have a great cigar. Thanks to our friends over at smoker friendly. And have a have a have a terrific drink and listen. Listen to Ross Kaminsky. Which heaven forbid, Because you can't do that anywhere else right away. You can you can hear, hear his thoughts in common exactly and get him off the record. Uh, because his bosses won't be listening, right? The other thing to keep in mind is, if I'm going to be your guest speaker, one option would be after you come off the shooting range. Cause we're going to do that first, Um, keep your hearing protection on. Yeah, right. And then, like you might. In fact, I'm going to look for that T shirt that you mentioned just because you mentioned and if I can find it, aware that t shirt and then you know you can look at my T shirt, But you won't have to hear me anymore, so that could be a winner for you said Look, this is coming up this Saturday. September 18th It's at Kiowa..
"clay pigeons" Discussed on Gun Talk
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"clay pigeons" Discussed on Gun Talk
"Literally a million pages. The new york attorneys-general hops on the nra. That stuff's got come out and it's going to be. I think it's gonna be far worse than anything we see. I wish that were not true. Could fix it too. Great owners should be great organization. Would be to get rid of those people with tom. Gresham here. let's go talk to another time. Tom is in fargo. North dakota on five eight time. Welcome thank you for calling in. How can we help you sir. Yes sir. I just wanted to pass on. My dad gave me several guns But one special one he gave my. I born in sixty two. He gave my uncle. I was named after my uncle. Tom and my dad gave him a model. Twelve twelve gauge. I have that gun. I got it back to a gunsmith. They went all through it. And the guy said it's been shot. Maybe two or three times guys and yeah yeah and that that gun is really special to me and then one other. I know this is real quick. I've got a model sixty three I mean here. i've got a. I've got twenty two that My grandfather that i never. I never met He he died in fifty four. And i've got a it's it's a model sixty three is that right Twenty two and then my my wife has got a model sixty two that her dad bought with his first check from the ccc tap. What does it mean to you. What does it mean to you to have those guns from your father and your uncle and all of that. Oh it's priceless and what's worse. I have no one to give them to you. Know it. it's really hard I hope someday. I can find a young man or middle age or another guy that has got kids that really value guns. We don't have any relatives. My wife and i hundred kids and so it's it's hard Nf if nothing else will you know. Donate them to You know museum. I don't know but the their they mean a lot. They mean a lot to me. They really do tom. Thank you so much for sharing that. Yeah they do a lot eggs if you have it. You know what i'm talking about and it's hard to express in. It's hard to explain if you don. I'm sorry that you don't. They don't maybe don't understand and certainly those of us those rather of them who think we shouldn't own guns they don't understand why we like guns. They could never understand this. They don't they. Don't get that. There are a lot of things that you can hand down your son. Your daughter two grandsons granddaughters. And it just keeps going on down guns last a long time. There's gonna say forever. Who knows but you know a good gun that you buy. Today is no reason. Should last one hundred years.
"clay pigeons" Discussed on Gun Talk
"Were talking about thunder ranch talk about gun side. Good bit how out at as you know. Last week we were in wyoming at the six hour hundred games. I ever hundred games and talk with the folks there from the sick academy and they were. I knew that six academy originally was military. Police only could go there and of course. Now it's open to the public. I really had no idea how large they were. There are probably by far the largest firearms training facility in the country. I mean they're putting think the number they say was forty thousand people a year through crazy huge right now. They are in Hamper new hampshire. They also have Classes in florida. But if you go to the six hour academy website look for six our academy. See what i'm talking about rifle. Pistol shotgun machine guns all different levels of skills whether you're a beginner or literally a navy seal or delta. They work with everybody very cool. I'm going to try to get back up there. Probably in the fall gotta work at around hunting seasons but like to get back up there in the fall they just and instructors are first rate. Pretty fun stuff. Brian's online to garland texas. Hey brian would your father gave you. I talked to my father's day. Thank you so. My story is Forty years ago just a few weeks. People were deputies in nineteen eighty-one father Bought me a winchester. Thirteen hundred x t r was a twenty gauge event. Repair can remember every detail that and they had some good with that with dan. A lot of data quayle But about five years after that was in college I don't know if i needed books or groceries. What hawk that gun. And i've always regretted doing that. And so you know. It's one of those things when you're young and dumb so My father's day story is just last friday just two days ago. My children presented me with a never fired. Nineteen eighty-one and winchester thirteen hundred x t far. Oh my gosh brain. So my daughter said dan. I know it doesn't replace the one your father gauging and my hands are to her was it does in every way. Obviously you had told them the story they knew about this story. They knew how much that meant to you and that that was still working on you. And then they hunted one down for you found it and got it for you. My daughter has been looking for disparate. three years. Why you're right you're right and so you know it's just a it's it's one of those things and this was a little different. You know this twelve gauge and my original was twenty. But if i was going to buy one today by twelve how you know it's it's You know it's such a surprise and Yeah that's how old is your daughter. My daughter is how twenty seven. That's that is a pretty aware young lady She's she's been looking for for a while and Yeah just the thoughtfulness behind that and and just an expression of love. I have written about it just in some things that i've just a little Journal did i keep and you hear about that so yeah fa. I told her. I felt like it gets a forty year old gun that i've never. That's never been that. I've never seen her touched. That's coming home to me. You're lucky man thank you. Thank you very blessed. Well i'm choking up. Thanks for sharing that with me. Appreciate it. Let's go to tony on four. Help me out here tony. what's on your mind. i doing. Yeah so. I love your show. I'm listening to talk radio all the time I just heard what you said about the nra and and voting in the nra I sending my ballot tom. I i did. I did vote Mama voting member have been for years. And i gotta tell you respectively disagree with you on this one. I think that any and every nra member that that that is a voter should vote in every election having to do with nra. I know that it that to me is the equivalent of you know being a republican or democrat and choosing not to vote in in an election. I think that anybody who has a right to vote should exercise that vote as an nra member. The only the only voice you have is your vote. So again i i understand you know. We're all frustrated with what's going on with the nra right now but to put out a message to not vote. I think is just is not the right message. Defend at this time. I i understand but the question i was asked was does it matter so i ask you. The question sits wayne gets to hand pick. The people who get to vote on doesn't matter well I personally i think it does that mean i. I know a lot of the people that are on that ballot. Personally and i know that they're good people. And they believe in the cause You know. Mike wallace from goal in massachusetts. Come to mind You know great guy He's he's a semi six director. I would love to see him. Remain on the board I'm sorry it was. Jim wallace but But just an example of somebody. That that i think could do good Buds mills is another. One i mean. I voted for the people who i thought may actually stand up against wayne and And the current administration. And that's wonderful. I agree with you both wallis and buzz.
"clay pigeons" Discussed on Gun Talk
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"Gresham here. You'd like to join us. The numbers are very easy to remember my name thom then. What are we talking so tom. Tom jones that'll get you in here. Steve called he's in jefferson city missouri. On three hey steve. What's on your mind sir. I three things that you have stirred up today. Oh wow that's a number one when i got into concealed carry about fifteen years ago here in missouri I went to match sale. And and part of graft copy of the rash buck online Bookcase he's isn't it good. It is good and it was very enlightening to talk about the other. The other human. Yeah number two to say. What have you been shooting lately and who've been doing with i into an instructor and you always wondered. You know people talk about getting people to do that. I know kind of wandered into from the concealed carry. You ended up going where the customer is word. and that is at scout camp. And i'm sitting outside of the Larry scout camp where we have only have about three hundred scouts and some of which we'll take being taking basic rifle basic pistol and shotgun this week. Good for you And they get the lyrics lecture on the brass dad's all hot brass. Dance hot brass. This is not the first time a terrible thing like that has happened right now. It's not it's yeah you need to tell people. Look this can happen if it does what you do. And if they know that and they know how to react or otherwise they have no idea what just happened to them If he if you know about it you can be prepared. Yup shooting lately slip in four or five is savage mark one Accu twenty two rifles with peep sites or aperture sights. They are capable of putting five twenty twos and one whole deal. That is terrific. Well steve thank you so much for what you do. In helping the youngsters helping the the scouts. That is terrific. I got to keep moving. I got him really lined up all the sudden it. Let's see line one jerome. At a layton utah got an interesting question about the inner. Hey jerome yeah. I i just got my Latest copy of american hunter and there's a ballot on the inside of it About the board of directors and. I'm just wondering doesn't matter. I never thought i'd say this. But to me. No you the board of directors election the. Nra doesn't matter at all because wayne selects who you get to vote for wayne controls. Who's on the board. The board has shown no interest at all in reining him man or getting rid of him. Which is what really needs to happen. Needs to be fired thereby around to be fired immediately. It's the only way they say the group he controls all of them. So i some year and a half to three years ago. I said you know it just doesn't matter. The board is irrelevant. There are there are a few on the board who are trying to do things but they're so outnumbered that they can't they're getting literally shouted down and screamed at in board meetings. Sit down shut up It is a catastrophe. What's going on there. So i'm not gonna vote. I mean you might as well just vote in thornton and the shredder. As far as i'm concerned i just. I don't think there's any point and i'm really at the point. I'm not sure that the nra salvageable. There's a hail. Mary being done right now of a request to have intervene or status. Oh somebody can actually represent the members so far no one is representing the members in all of these court cases. So we'll see but as far as the board. I have no hope for the board ever doing anything. I've i've given up on them. That's kind of what i thought. Yeah so i had better news for you appreciate that. Brian's on four out of reno. Nevada brian dad and grandfather talked to me first of all happy father's day to you Yeah mike. my dad was a big collector firearms. When he passed he left me to winchester model. Eighteen ninety four a carbon hannah rifle. The both have belonged to my great grandfather and then grandfather like me But even beyond that he had a less bear Thunder ranch forty. Five with custom ivory grips that He and i went to thunder ranch texas with a pistol class together. And so that's now that's that's sitting in my safe. It's a safe queen shoots like nobody can. Nobody's business but that thing means so much to me. I just don't want get a single scratch or i understand. I know what you mean. it's funny. You mentioned thunder anti just a poke around and found one of my thunder ranch. Certificates were class forty hour defensive handgun one thunder ranch. September of nineteen ninety six at mountain home texas it was classed number one hundred. That's where we went to against thunder ranch taxes. Yeah but yeah it's it's that that pistols beauty And you know spear guns. So damn tight. I mean it takes it takes. It takes strong men to take that slide apart but Which i like to me. I mean the the winchesters because of all the way back to my great-grandfather over that really unique Forty five but i love mall so what happens to your guns. Do.
"clay pigeons" Discussed on Gun Talk
"Completely open lines. If you'd like to join us and you wanna talk about you gotta gun you got a question about or just wanna share story a particular gun that your dad gave. You are left to you interesting. I have rooted model six little following block. twenty two. my dad's got when he was a kid. Got a really cool picture of him with that when he was probably six six or seven. And i have the rifle and it's already been handed down to ryan. Why wouldn't you right. You got to keep that in the family but cool stuffs lot of stories associated with things like that some of them want to look at the gun actually can hear. My dad tells the story about a particular hunt or something he did with it that kind of thing. I got an admittedly. i'm fortunate. I've got lots of video of a lot of tv. Shows that he did and you go on youtube. You can see an awful lot of stuff that we're we're learning a lot of the videos from the dead on tv shows on the gun. Talk website haven't seen him in for a treat fishing with terry bradshaw. Oh how about hunting alligators. Wait for with bruce jenner. Yes i said. Bruce jenner very cool stuff there. So yeah you got kicked out the gun. Talk website gun talk dot..
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"No in fact. When when we saw tom knapp. I would say that. I wasn't even a good shot but i was naive enough to believe that it could be possible. And that's part of that's part of what i've learned over over this journey. Is that when you have a dream. You credit vision your mind of what could be. You need a little bit of that naive nece because if you look at where you're at right now. It may seem impossible. I wasn't a great shot. I wasn't great at public. Speaking in fact. Just a few years prior. I was voted the most nervous public speaker in my college. Speaking course so i had all these things going against me but i felt it in my heart that this is what i was called to do. And that's division and the dream and we just went after it so we're talking about you know long shots in a lot of people have made sixty yard shots. A few might have made a seventy yard shot on a clay target or on a bird at some point and we start to think. That's long i've been and i know that you know george dig. We'd i've seen some of the stuff he's done. I've been at sporting clays. I've been a sporting place matches where they call the the bird they shoot the bird and the referee calls it lost and then the target broke after it was loss. You know what. I'm talking about right. Oh yeah oh yeah. I mean it takes that long and you're going holy smoke. That's so far out there and you think that's not possible so tell me about this long shot and what you use and how it came about. Yeah well first of all. I have ultimate respect for these sporting clay. Guys that can do it consistently. I mean. they're shooting sometimes. Seventy eddie are shots and if you can do that fairly consistently that is Just awesome but what we like to do is a little bit more obscure. We'd like to take shots. That people aren't gonna do in competitions and you know just what outside the box no new years ago we had wanted to see. How far out could we break. Equate clay with a shotgun. And we knew george did we. Did i believe at one hundred and thirty yards and we'd met george he's a great guy and related. Let's just see if we can go out and break that and so we took a lead shot number five and we were able to break a clay at one hundred and sixty yard now. It did take a few attempts even though we hit it several times. The klay wasn't breaking because you've lost so much energy at one hundred sixty yards course and we thought that was pretty cool. The the records set at one hundred and sixty yards and last year we started working with federal in federal makes around called. Tss tungsten super shot when she is twenty two percent more dense than standard tungsten. Because this is a tungsten alloy and it's fifty six percent more dense than lead. So what that means is you can have more pellets in the same size carrying the same amount or more energy down range and so now we got thinking. I bet we could push it even farther. And that's why we let me here because what you're talking about is you have smaller pellets. That way this same in by virtue of that because there dense you can have more pellets and now you have more pellet density in your pattern because when you get out one hundred eighty yards. I don't care what joked are using a pattern of dispersion out there and having more pellets is going to increase your odds of hitting something fair enough absolutely and i actually. I know those numbers right off. Hand a number five lead that we shot at one hundred sixty yards had two hundred and fifteen the number nine shots yes had six hundred and thirty five pellets a lot more pellets downright and burying a greater velocity and about the same amount of energy at one hundred sixty yards. Are these targets. Your shoe are they going away. Are they crossers. How are you setting these up. Where china throw them up is straight is we. Can we wanna take out some variables right so we want to throw them straight up so we can kind of track with it and if we know how much are shots going to drop in that distance which we do a little bit tested had time to figure that out we take out the left and right although the targets never come down perfectly true. There's always a little left to right to them Yeah so that's a it does come towards us a little bit too because you can't throw them perfectly vertical so what we do is we set up the machine and we stopped the machine ultimately record that we set was at one hundred eighty yards and the machine was probably about one hundred ninety five yard. Wow so broke. Broker target hundred eighty yards with a shotgun. I was a little bit impressed myself. You know when i. I tried several times with the number nine shot and i was struggling and we had just a few boxes of the number seven shot which has less. Bb's but as carrying more velocity and energy down range so then the number seven shot got it in the first try the tier sex and a lot of us have seen a lot of different things. Come along this is supposed to be the coolest newest thing and all that this is actually the real deal in this really represents a huge improvement technology shot.
"clay pigeons" Discussed on Gun Talk
"We get made fun of but people who they like the habitat they like the wildlife baby. I think they probably don't know they probably don't know that hunters paying all this. I mean where do they. The money comes from game departments. Go check out the funding for your wildlife department. In your state you'll find that. A large percentage of that money comes from hunters and anglers paying their own way. And of course. I mean people say well that's a vested interest. You know you just want to pay for wildlife so you could raise critters to shoot except that i mean certainly to start extent but of course we're only gonna take a very small percentage out there of wildlife and that's just at worst and of course at the same time if you're saving habitat you end up all the other animals. Living habitat not just came animals. Pretty cool is one of the great conservation stories of all time. All right i mentioned earlier. And know that i'm dot com. I love wing shooting and all but there's shooting in there's a whole different level of shooting and every wants all your make a phenomenal holy cow that that bird must have been fifty yards must have been sixty yards out. I can't believe that role that thing out just you you hold on because you ain't seen nothing yet jordan me right now steve. Gould is a trick shooter. Part of the ghul brothers exhibition shooters. Hey steve how are you sir. I am great tom. Thanks so much for having me you bet you know. I'm thinking about exhibitions shooters for those who don't know the history of it. People know a few of the names. They probably know any oakley she was next mission shooter if you will a trick shooter but there are a lot of along the way. Her parsons satellite. Obviously people's know tom knapp and some of the others out there. How did you tell me about what you guys do this. Is you and your brother right. Yeah it's my brother and i and we were. Actually you mentioned tom now. That is the man that inspired us air tonight. We're familiar with trick shooting. We were doing some just basic level trick shot. But it wasn't until we actually seen tom. Knapp perform live exhibition. That we went holy cow. This guy didn't just do trick shots. He entertained people from young to all everyone in between men women. It didn't matter. People are having a great time watching this guy not only pull off incredible shot but tell stories and jokes and skits and it was just such a cool moment for us that aaron i looked at each other and that that is what we're doing right there. You know what. Tom knapp and a lot of these other ones are entertainers but with guns. If you will. They're putting on a show and that was one of the best at it and of course. He paid homage to her. Parsons who went all the way back winchester and did his his accent and i remember seeing plenty topper wine way back. We're talking meal because years ago back. Yeah they could draw a crowd of thousands of people when they were two of the country. Ten thousand people would show up to watch these exhibition shooter so there are a lot of people think that was in the old days. How you guys pull this off to be exhibition shooters today. Yeah it's definitely a different world right because back in those days. They didn't have the youtube and the on demand services to watch and see anything that was out there so when someone like her. Parsons came to town like this is your opportunity. You're not gonna see this anywhere else so people in town and You know the way we approach. It is a little bit different. With the onset of social media and youtube we create a lot of content and we pull off just shots that you're never going to see live and actually we were a little bit concerned about it because we're like people are gonna watch videos. See some of these things that we're doing that might take us half a day to get one shot or you know thousand tries to get one dot. That's not the norm but then they come to our show. Are they going to be let down when we're not doing some of these things live. We were a little concerned about that. But what we found as people to our show and they have followed you and youtube for years. We'll ask him after the show. Hey what'd you think. What's better videos or live and every single person that we've asked still says life because they see the human dynamic us make mistakes they see rebound from mistakes and tell jokes and aaron is going back and forth and it's really encouraging to hear that people still love to watch it live instead of just everything they can see online or you know what it is they get the energy you guys bring a high level of energy and you're playing off of each other and doing the whole brother joking in try this. Oh yeah we'll try this. Try this thing. See what you can do and it's like you're having fun our say if you're having fun with the entertainment other people are going to have fun watching you know. And that's really our goal before we go out and perform a show. Obviously we wanna perform to our best level right. We wanna be great shots. We wanna be proficient one route. They're not miss a lot but we tell ourselves as this show is about the people in the audience having fun. This isn't about us and as long as we remember it's about them and make it fun for them. They will have a great experience and so we tried to not let the mrs or anything going wrong. Our show not bother us and just keep putting that smile. Keep having fun because when people leave we want them to go. That was an amazing experience. Maybe i should go out and shoot a little bit now and we didn't want to inspire people and show the fun shooting. How'd you get started doing this. I mean were you competition shooters.
"clay pigeons" Discussed on DeaconLive
"Thanksgiving or christmas. The most traveled year. I guess thanksgiving would be one of the most traveled years or travel days. During the year now boeing seven thirty-seven max has been grounded. Worldwide following two deadly crashes. The federal aviation administration on wednesday has approved for boeing's fixes on the airplane to clear the max to return to service. So if you're traveling out there now it's not going to happen right away but just think about in the next in the next year. The long delayed approved to mean that. The max is on track to fly passengers again in the united states. Before the year's end. I don't know if i if i want to be the first guy on that blaine after each plane and pilot meets requirements by the faa laid. Out in recent weeks boeing can resume jet deliveries and production of the renton ren thanh will begin to ramp up though very slowly since the first crash of the max two years ago has discovered the problems that has delayed this movement. Ceo dave calhoun in chicago in a statement says that lives had lost in two tragic accidents lessons. Learned from the max. Crashes have reshaped our company. The faa verdict says. That the jedis safe to fly. At least beginning. Of the end of the boeing crisis. For the max. But yet boeing grapples the logistics of getting more airplanes in the air the details because of the crashes tragedy surface. Over the past twenty months boeing reputation for engineers excellence has been shattered at the faa positions. The world as the arbitrator for for safety has seriously been undermined using flying the seven. Thirty seven max in the air. But they've made some changes they put a stick of gum on it. Put some duct tape over the things that said that the plane was what was it was an ultimate thing where it didn't didn't know how how close it was to the ground. Everything was off and all of a sudden you know planes crashing. So i guess boeing is going to let the seventh or actually the the. Faa's going to let the seven thirty-seven. Max a return to the air because they fixed a couple of problems. I don't know if i you know. We traveled up to new york to three times a year. And during the time that the is falling. Alvis guy. I was worried. You know i look if it says max. I'm not getting on it. Not getting on it. But now they're going to be back in rotation and who's to say that you know. They forgot the fixed one. How many planes do they have in their in their fleet. Let's say two hundred. Let's say two hundred planes and to put the stick of gum in the duct tape on all of them to fix them. You know there's some someone's gonna forget. Something i wanna say but more words i hope all the best for them but i hope another plane doesn't fly literally fly out there but you know fallen crash. Now what do you do. Excuse me now once. Your family makes it safely to their destination at your house and these these are people that you see in a regular basis are flying in the driving in from out of town and you know they usually do it the day before they they show up on wednesday and i'm just speaking from my own personal experience of what's going to happen here so they show up on wednesday we we They have dinner. Everyone catches up. Have cocktails maybe a bonfire here in north carolina and then the next day is thanksgiving so you spend all day thanksgiving you know cooking and most prepping and everything's or you just have to cook everything and throw it in the oven and in all the stuff that you do with thanksgiving now the next day once everything's done everyone wakes up in the morning. Oh my god. It's friday morning now. All right the breakfast right. Then what do you do after breakfast. You've got a houseful of people that you haven't seen or talked to talk to but haven't really interact with them and let's say six months that's a good way to do it. Six months maybe What do you do. I mean for entertainment now here here on the france. You know we've got plenty of room to shoot guns. And i know the neighbors next door. They just had their wedding. They had family in the house for a week and he went out and purchased a couple shotguns rifles from the pawn store punch-up to shoot clay pigeons. And they did that all day. You know there's as much as they can shoot clay pigeons all day long but all of them they all took turns and they shot clay pigeons and went out there and they had the best the best time doing that. Well here i am. Male alpha male in a houseful of alpha females. I'm i'm not shouldn't be allowed to shoot guns here. We're going to do something. Of course they want to do. I brought it up. I said you know what have we were you take out the the artillery and throw some cans up at you. They're not gonna wanna shoot any of that okay. Well that's fine then when he want to do. Maybe we can do one of those paint. Go somewhere and paint stuff and you they teach you how to paint or one of the paint things where you bring your own wine and all. The girls are of age to drink except for one. Let's go paint somewhere. I'm like don't forget we're north carolina. They're coming from florida. These girls are already wide open. It's the wild west down there in florida everything's open. They don't no mass. they don't care. Stick a mask or on your ear. I qualify but they're coming up here in north carolina where everything's a little bit more stricter they will literally the abc. Here will literally go. Sir you need you have a mask no then go out and come back go come back in and do you have a mask on. And nobody says anything. Nobody gets upset up here because that's the rules that the lawyer in north carolina. So you want to have like a painting thing which is fine. I don't mind doing that. I've done it a million times before but it's going to be different to be able to sit right on top of someone already in you. Lean over what are you doing. What are you doing. I don't know how is yours looking house yours looking. I don't know it looks good. It looks good over here you can. They're going to space you out and you're going. Hey you can you pass to me. What the bottle of wine. Oh put your mask on before you leave your seat but what do what do you do when you have a house. Full of people and the day after thanksgiving and you need to quote unquote entertain them. Because you know what the kids are going to. Do you know exactly what the kids are gonna do. Because one just graduated from college one's in college one's in their senior year of high school. You know what they're gonna do. 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That's kind of cool. We have something here we have the charlotte motor speedway. And they kind of do something like that where they decorate with lights and stuff and you could drive your car through it. But i need something to do like during the day like after breakfast all right. What are we doing after breakfast. Okay let's go for walk. You can drive them around the property. We've got a a side by side that they haven't seen before so we'll probably do a lot of by side rides towers. It only fits three people including the driver. We might have to take turns. Or i don't wanna go or i'll drive and they'll drive and do all that stuff but i mean you're really limited as far as what to do during a now that you've got family sitting at home and of course. Everyone would go back on saturday morning. I think they're driving up here by the way so driving up here. Door to door from orlando. I think is eight hours as long as they don't stop. 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"clay pigeons" Discussed on Gotta Watch'em All - A Pok�mon Podcast
"Quite the gym. They have now. They're like a clay pigeon like skeet shooting range using water gun to like destroy clay pigeons out of the sky and you tracy can draw grow as teachers pretty good now. Let's so something that is cool here is throughout all this competition. Ash is very supportive of his. Poke him on to the point of saying like look. Just give it your best shot like give it a try. And every time. That squirrel succeeds he super proud and I really liked that dynamic of showing like hey man just just try your best. And I'm I'm here for you. And he just happened to do really well so he gets rewarded for it. But it's cool. That ash has that perspective of. We're here just to do your best. The intensity they hit it at the same time. Tracy and it's like it broke and Tracy's like what am I looking at right now. He's like. I put the glass. The goggles is before anything happened job. Squared off you're really so that's what I'm saying like. He's he just finds out it's a draw. He goes all. He's upset but then he immediately you know gives credit and congratulate skurdal. I love that. It's a coughing coughing. It's primarily how did I not get that one eight Europe? Tell me what it is so let me ask what is a wave. I don't understand you just ride the wave interesting. I like her toss. I like the way she throws school. Here's returns backwards. Nope see it's animation. Was wasn't a recycled animation. I like it like that. They re use that. I think the way they animate ash in this art is a little bit different. He looks it looks a little bit more. Cartoony and short and stocky mini brock overhear. Yes exactly even that Far Away Pan. You still saw sure he was. And how like ear right? You can see how Mr Julius they changed the first part Tall Tracy. Those people are talking about like sissies just like who are these people but just you just go with the flow of what what I like. Though is that ashes so and crew or like so unimpressed. Like they don't even think it's a threat at all that they're here. Who just like this again. The seaweed was like the rudder blower fan thing propeller propeller sometimes. I just can't figure out what we're saying is golf so is a little flashback to what happened. When they're sub went down they had gone through the thick seaweed and James to the rescue. He got the wrong Straw. See what he did. He did a good job he did save the day. I started swimming as fast as I could. Not Knowing whether I'd make love the way the money and the amount of times that like James is upset about something either just Jesse or meow comes over like slapstick upside the head. I love it so good tragedy. But nobody's giving them credit. That's what I'm saying. James Never gets the credit hire the fishnet has its magic carpet. Get it close Blah. Aw so I just swim the other way out of all this stuff like they don't even care about Piquiachu anymore. They just want the blast. Those within the skurdal. They broke to solve again through through the break. A break all the I love that screen. Yeah blasts toys is just like chilling like come on man. You're you're water POK Mon. You're good our you know. What do you have an idea whenever a car get stuck in the modern south always has the answer to every problem? So why don't we just went outside and give this summer? Lena plush good idea that's a great idea? Meow cheesy animation. It's worth a try now. Blasio he's like. Oh Yeah I could swim and like last night's clearly saw them. It's like he's a guy wanted to save even though say with his eyes told you like how he lands right back in place obscene. He's gotta he's gotTa be nice. GotTa Save the. Save the bad guys just to save face. William look look like surprised because you there for. That's a sweet. Move that package you just did. I don't know what that was like. It was like a thunder shot but he was able to like direct direct like a bolt straight through the water using his tail. So awesome and the one two punch of last week's blast off there. There's no way that that would have been a direct hit on in wave ride sissy. You Haven't explained any of this so you know this. This is a nod to the beginning of the episode. Where you know ash falls off lavers when they're just kind of cruising and now he's got to stand up and I'm a winner not a quitter. Confetti gun does pursue got those little fins you fixing lake underneath the Water Act. They actually just don't move up and down just on like peg swivel seats now. This is messed up man because she talks about. Are you just got to go down to the buoy and come back then? She surprises him with you. Have to stand on your pokemon and then in the middle of the race. They start battering into each other. Like she didn't say that this was going to be like a bumper cars thing at all like. That's that's messed up. She withheld that information. Tease legit.
"clay pigeons" Discussed on Project Upland Podcast
"I if you're left attended or you've got some weird I dominates things in there but that's the rear sight so the whole reason for the Tri gun moving the stock around. We move the stock around in the way. The gun is set up to get our right. I in the perfect place right using it like career sites so effectively where you look where you're focuses when you amount that gun is where that pattern is going to lay up. That's the key and the best way to see that out to the sixteen yard patterning we went out there next and yeah so once once we get up to the plate so so back to what we were talking about before. I've done kind of an initial analysis roughly setup the dimensions and we go to the plate and we'll shoot a series he's of shots at the plate and there's a circular so the plate is a thick steel plate and some of them have one target minds large enough that I can put three different targets on its claimed four by six. Let's say I don't know maybe it's a little might be a standard sheet of sheet metal so that might yeah some somewhere in that neck of the woods and we put a spray painted little six inch target on it and then you shoot at that and through a series of shots we can determine you know where that gun is essentially intially shooting compared to where you're looking and then through through successive alterations on the Tri Gun we we move your IRA on and essentially site that into where the pattern that you're shooting is right where you're focusing and looking when you mount the gun and it was very evident when Nick Nick cadidate again nick had an extremely consistent gun mount which makes my life very easy the only thing I can't control for in a gun fitting is if somebody is a very erratic Mount Mount because then I don't have good data to make decisions as far as the alterations but nick was very consistent so we did when we got out there he I had set the tri gun up off of some base measurements taken from his twenty eight gauge rb. L. And I had him shoot as rb L. I and and saw that he was shooting low and so so I immediately then because I kind of had a hunch that yeah if he's shooting that low then try gone needs to come up so I just try going up and we did a series when you stay up. Do you mean the Holst I effectively I'd say I adjusted the stock up raising the ad faced measurement and the he'll oh measurement and the nose measurement up lessening the drop. which would you know back to the example so that is effectively like moving the rear sight up so his pattern came up and then he was shooting pretty much level vertically but he was still just a touch to the left so I made a then we went back? I made another slight adjustment giving him a little little bit more cast and then his second series he was fifty fifty right to left and fifty fifty up and down you know right on top of it up so and I think from the the fifty at that point that the visuals on the pattern plate. It's really cool and that's where you know it's a it's a white pattern plate plate and as soon as you pull the trigger and you see the pattern and you see the gray dots pop up feedback immediate feedback the one. I've talked about that on this podcast before you go out and shoot clay pigeons. If you miss miss you you you may have no idea where you might know you might suspect you're behind it or whatever but to see it on the on the patterning plate you see it there and then that's where the consistent gun mount comes into play view consistently mounted again and you shoot it two or three more times and if there is a pattern there you'll we'll see that I was consistently shooting low and left and that's where you can you get that good information. You can adjust try. GonNa Bring the pattern and then you could shoot the next dot and the next x dot and we could see the pattern move in with with Ted he went through a couple rounds of that and we could see the pattern slowly move to where you're getting it more on top of that orange dot so the back up a second when we talking about when Nick mentions that he shot his rb l. and then he shot the trag on his shooting low and left low and left. It's not that he was doing anything wrong with his. He was pointing the gun at the dot but the pattern hitting low and left right. Yes it's a function of where his focuses was different than where the gun was physically throwing a pattern with the existing stock dimension so we altered the stock dimensions again to make the going shoot exactly where his focus is yeah and that's a key point of that because when you instruct us to shoot the orange target you know it's bring the barrels up so they're basically resting right under the right under the dot. We're GONNA make a not a a slow but we're gonNA make a deliberate gun mount that is not too fast or too slow but it's an intentional we're gonNA get a good amount on the gun and pull the trigger without any compensation without adjusting and wiggling ourselves into the gun that we might be used to doing subconsciously but all the while we're staring straight at that orange dot and when you're staring at the orange dot and then you see the pattern hit low and left then that's when you start to see okay so this is Britain moving around Yeah Yep Yep so the fitting that you and I did was fairly quick we shot a couple of DOTS and we had the TRAG on you made a couple of adjustments and we got to that third dot and I was I was basically the gun was shooting right where I was looking at that point you now. You've got a measuring stick that measures all the dimensions engines on the gun. You basically jot stuff down and I kind of have my dimensions up Yup Yup. You've gotta working set of dimensions and so the next step is if you have guns with you what we did was we measured to of we measured your rb. L. and your and you had a sterling worth their and then we can kind of sit down and look at all those dimensions into a feasibility usability study and say well we can possibly make some alterations and get from here to there or you know this one just isn't going to be able to be altered enough to to fit you well under any circumstances yeah so there's that and then the other thing is now. You've got that set of dimension so anytime you're thinking about purchasing a gun in the future or if you ever have you know a custom stock mater that that sort of thing you've got that information right there. It's really it's a really helpful tool especially in the American gun culture gun. F- It was like a lottery you know you just you went around to a gun rack and you'd pick random guns and just kinda grab one that felt good and you know that would kind of play into which you know a factor. Norwich gun you buy would would end up buying and then does it fit you or not. You know it's kind of a crap shoot and having those dimensions really clear that up yeah. It's definitely a nice thing to have when you're looking at new guns to know where you are where your dimensions are relative to those guns that you might be considering and I guess from that perspective on the let's get. Ted's look the feds. Take two had you went through the fit any surprises what you know you had suspicions about about guns possibly being too short for you and you overcompensating A. I think it Kinda played out that way but what was it like shooting shooting the patterning plate going through it. I think you know justification knowing that the guns have never really fit well and like you said you can kill birds with a gun. That doesn't fit well. Your your instincts take over and you learn. You're just not as effectively and it's your on. You feel like you're on struggle bus. You know half the time you're shooting and you can get in these bad streak so having gone through that cycle myself many times of you know the highs and lows of shooting well for a streak and not shooting well that in and then it just becomes such a you know. You don't know where you're shooting Utha. Maybe I shot high so then you start trying to compensate and shoot a little low and you you get into this this feedback loop into one of those slumps you can it can just be. You're playing mind games within yourself. It's just something you WanNa know her for me. I wanted to know going forward. I'm going to continue to shoot the guns. I'm not I don't have a project in the near future but at least now I have a set of dimensions that I can say well. You know what your starting point yeah and I and I also have already said of excuses for my buddies. Dell said head guns too short range if I if I if the guns too far too far out of whack for me to make fit you I can. I can give you a prescription for excuses yeah and you can you. Can I mean we out Mike. Mike and Garrett can call they call yum. Yeah I mean he was a really good example of that. You know his the gun. The gone he was shooting was almost two inches short for him. Literally he takes just takes about a sixteen inch length of poll which which is very long but but you know if you could look at him. It's obvious that he would take a long length. Paul and he shooting a gun. That's fourteen and three quarter inches length of pull. Its you know right there. He's going to have a lot of difficulties record these really being able to maintain focus on targets in birds because it's so far off the cast to was a with with and this is the point to highlight. What I think is really revolutionary. It's easy for me to say revolutionary. This is the first time I've really done a fitting you know so it doesn't carry a lot of weight eight but the gun the trag on that Dell has I mean for him to to hit that patterning board and see consistently three times that patterns eight inches to the left. It's sixteen yard. You know he loosens up the screws. He pivots the ball. You shoot it again. It's you know the pattern. The center of the pattern is now two inches to the left so it's just an to learn that in two two rounds of shooting at the plate and then he takes drag on polls measurements off the track on and he can say say hey man. You should be shooting a gun with you. Haven't you know three eighths of an inch of cast or half inch whatever that alone you..
"clay pigeons" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"In the process also got sponsorships and and we've already sold a couple of these but we you can sponsor of one of the stations would have fifteen stations set up out there to shoot them if you're familiar with sporting clays I think one of the best descriptions I've ever heard I can't claim credit for it but one of the best descriptions I've heard his goal for the shocker it's a pretty good description what folks actually use carts no four wheelers well off road golf carts to to haul around not only themselves in their friends but their gear river shotgun shells and whatnot other folks just walk the course get some exercise but you have multiple stations at each station there's two or three launchers what we call traps and we're gonna shoot a fifty burger that so we have five people start at each of the fifteen stations at each one this certain clay pigeons sick birds weapon hearing and just shoot and summer at a distance coming back catches summer crosser someone going straight up they do all kinds of different things and I think sporting plays out again I'm kind of a rookie able to do it for a couple years the people described to me that the the sports really created from wing shooter from bird hunters whether it's darker or up one birds that they there's a lot of different play pigeons that come out of these launchers with the call traps you're simulating of flight pattern flight habits of different kinds of birds in fact sometimes they'll call particular bird as far as the way of flies go that's a that's a teal I don't know what that means I'm not much of a burden but anyway they they reach different and it's a whole lot of fun it's great sport and you don't have to have any experience to have a lot of fun I've talked about this here in the good guy show before again I think golf you have you spend all your time looking in the woods or the rough for the neighbor's yard for your golf ball is not a lot of fun if you played tennis in your drawing all their shots into the net or sailed over the phone or whatever else that's not a lot of but someone who's never transporting place before I know because you're just two years ago I shot for the very first right now get out of bed she chuckled for a long time Schagen instructor for every shot sporty place I'd some nice shot guns they're all designed for defending your home with a bad guy kick your door and I have the right shot down for that so I was very comfortable was shocked but never some sporting play in my life but right off the bat I was totally comfortable and headphone even though I was a rookie and started off missing more than I hit but still had a blast because who cares the bird goes up to that either you don't they go to the next station so we'll shoot for per station somewhere else out at the fundraiser and it doesn't matter who will have loaner guns available we provide the shells can sign up for a great cause turned seventy five Bucks for an individual in her books for a team of five their sponsorship sponsorships available you can sponsor a team and station and and a station all together we'll have signage available for those folks who want sponsors the mission we would like to actually broadcast the show live from the gun club or it's gonna beat Indiana gun club I'm Fisher's and the and we'd like to actually do the show from out there there's some expense involved with that's were looking for a sponsor to help so we can actually do the show we talk about heaven of a cigar oriented event after the shootings over and so there's a lot of things that are yet to be announced this is a good be awesome of that we'd love to have you involved could not possibly be a better place to donate some money and you have a great time in the process of likely if you've never shot sporting place pick up a new sport you can have a lot of fun with and be passionate about lord knows I have I I'm I'm all about it hi I am give some consideration to sneaking out again today why shop not turn on Friday but it's a it's a it's a whole lot of fun it's a great cause and and go to gun guy W. 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C. on Facebook their bottom my personal Facebook of four friends there it's just guy real for a minute Twitter at guy role for you'll see the links we'll sell it out it we're gonna we're gonna Max it out at a hundred and fifty registrants so well we hope you go help you register we love to see out there with issues and sporting clays we have a great lunch once is being donated by Twin Peaks restaurant was will be a lot of fun as well so we hope you listen now from now till September because we're gonna be talking much more about this event but more important we love to see out there in Indiana gun club get a register ahead of time so check it out on of Twitter or Facebook book Iraq guy rotor recondite WABC take one of those hundred fifty spots because we love to see out there right now the three quarter hour taking a break she's got a role for the gun guy show on ninety three to be why he's another season game to another light up of rookies running your instinctive feel they're ready to go this is the point will greatness continues winning again will the new champion take twenty twenty three Donald Trump election season has to see local football you'll twenty twenty election information station this season ninety three W. why Carol from the law offices of guy role for it would you a number of firearms related eagle activities there at the law office we also do NFA trust me like a trust you have identified item like a suppressor you're interested in obtaining and then if they are them and if they meaning the national firearms act of nineteen thirty four a short barreled rifle short real shot gonna suppressor fully automatic firearms lot of folks decide if they're going to own one of those things the registered through the NFA they want to do that as part of a cross of a number of advantages including the ability for any co trustee to Cologne that item also it it it addresses what happens that item upon the death of the person creating the trust could really simplify owning an NFA item if that's something that's interesting to.
"clay pigeons" Discussed on KTOK
"Right. Cub reporters who are on the switch all weekend just copied and paste the press release that they were given. And that that's possible. I mean, that's that's what I'm inclined to believe about the Sri Lanka bombings in, you know, Christians being bombed while they're worshipping Easter celebrating Easter services and that they were Muslim extremists. I'm inclined to believe that. I really am. Why the major networks didn't follow up. That's another question. And I don't have the answer to that. Because I work for major network. But I am Lee Matthews. Newsradio one thousand KT. Okay. I've been a part of these types of meetings in these types of organizations where news is a business. It is a business and the the the illusion is that a bunch of reporters are out there. Trying to expose what is wrong and right? The truth fact of the matter is is there are entity saying, no, here's what you're going to write. And here's a story you're going to do because this is what's going to get us ratings or this is what's going to clicks. And that's a that's a grim reality to come to terms with especially for cub reporters who are just coming out of college with huge college Denton wide-eyed enthusiasm boiling, liberalism within them. They got to be an experienced in the end walking to the situation of network. Yeah. Or working at the local TV station where mom and dad's still have to pay their insurance because. A lot of money right out of the box. Eight four zero one thousand Leigh Matthews on NewsRadio one thousand T. Okay. Doc, tick tock. This joining us. Let is this weekend. We will shooters all dressed up at age costume shooting rifles, pistols, shotguns, so anybody who you know, feels like that they need to do a mass shooting or something like that. Come see us. With two hundred and fifty rows munition. And I think there's probably safest place in the country. I bet it is. As a single action shooting society if you ever watched gun smoke. That's what we do. It's time to the person who shoots the fastest with a few as MRs whims. I am never a winner. But I just hit her on the targets. Yeah. That's like me with Klay shooting. Doctor talk. I'm never a winner. I do blow a few of them away. But if I'm on a four man team, you don't want me to be on your team. All right. Doctor talk. Thanks for joining us in updating us on that on NewsRadio one thousand KT. Okay. Speaking of that anytime, you can shoot Clay Pigeons. Skeet some people call them and raise money for one of my favorite charities. Oklahoma children's hospital. Hey, I'm in. We'll be joined in about thirty five forty minutes with someone with more details on that NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. Chris writes on social media Li I would like to offer a suggestion for your firearms. Friday segment the Cannock teepee nine series. I picked up a t p nine s a the other day and shot it today. Very nice shooter with a crisp trigger pull just thought. I'm intrigued Chris I've not heard of the Cannock teepee nine. So I will see if I can find one and feature it on firearms Friday, and then Ken writes Lee, you know, about the stories of the Jack elope to fool new hunters. Well, maybe you can come up with a gun version of the Jack elope for those who want to ban our guns in time. I'm sure congress would be voting to ban. It should be created should be created to to. Be too disturbing Ken if I did I not clever enough to do that. But if I were it would probably be a gun very similar to the one in the first half of the movie, fifth element. I don't know if you remember the evil character Gary Oldman plays, but he's received this shipment of these new innovative weapons, and he's showing his rhinoceros looking bodyguards how to use them they shoot nets for capturing. It's a one gun and shoots a net. It shoots full auto. You can hit a button and pull the trigger. And it'll return to the target. You hit. I has a self destructive as a grenade launcher. The in fact, I've reposted the video at KT, okay dot com, and on my Facebook page,.
"clay pigeons" Discussed on KTOK
"Okay. Use Johnny Ryan Lee. You're absolutely right. Cub. Reporters who are on the switch all weekend just copied and paste the press release that they were given. And that that's possible. I mean, that's that's what I'm inclined to believe about the Sri Lanka bombings in, you know, Christians being bombed while they're worshiping in Easter celebrating Easter services and that they were Muslim extremists. I'm inclined to believe that. I really am. Why the major networks didn't follow up. That's another question. And I don't have the answer to that. Because I know work for major network, but I am Leigh Matthews. Newsradio one thousand KT, okay. I've been a part of these types of meetings in these types of organizations where news is a business. It is a business and the the the illusion is that a bunch of reporters are out there. Trying to expose what is wrong and right? The truth fact of the matter is is there are entities saying, no, here's what you're going to write. And here's a story you're going to do because this is what's going to get us ratings. So this is what's going clicks? And that's a grim. That's Graham reality to come to terms with especially for cub reporters who are just coming out of college with huge college Denton wide-eyed enthusiasm boiling, liberalism within them. They're to be an experienced in the end walking to the situation of network. Yeah. Or working at the local TV station where mom and dad's still have to pay their insurance because a lot of money right out of the box. Eight four zero one thousand Leigh Matthews on NewsRadio one thousand K T. Okay. Doc tick tock this joining us. Hi. Let you know fast. Shoot is this weekend. We will have one hundred cheaters all dressed up at age costume shooting rifles, pistols, shotguns, so anybody who feels like that they need to do a mass shooting or something like that. Come see us. Two hundred and fifty rails munitions, and you I think this probably the safest place in the country. I bet it is. Single action shooting society. If you ever watched gunsmoke, that's what we do. It's time to the person who shoots the fastest with a few as MRs Williams. I am never a winner. But I am assistant hitter on the targets. Yeah. That's like me with Klay shooting docked tick tock. I'm never a winner. I do blow a few of them away. But if I'm on a four man team, you don't want me to be on your team. All right. Doctor talk. Thanks for joining us in updating us on that on NewsRadio one thousand KT. Okay. Speaking of that anytime, you can shoot Clay Pigeons. Skeet some people call them and raise money for one of my favorite charities. Oklahoma children's hospital. Hey, I'm an we'll be joined in about thirty five forty minutes with someone with more details on that NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. Chris writes on social media Li I would like to offer a suggestion for your firearms. Friday segment the Cannock T P nine series. I picked up a t p nine s a the other day and shot it today. Very nice shooter with a crisp trigger pull just thought. I'm intrigued Chris I've not heard of the Cannock teepee nine. So I will see if I can find one and feature it on firearms Friday, and then Ken writes Lee, you know, about the stories of the Jack elope to fool new hunters. Well, maybe you can come up with a gun version of the Jack elope for those who want to ban our guns and time, I'm sure congress would be voting to ban. It should be created should be created to to. To be too disturbing Ken, if I did I I I'm not clever enough to do that. But if I were it would probably be a gun very similar to the one in the first half of the movie, fifth element. I don't know if you remember the evil character Gary Oldman plays, but he's received this shipment of these new innovative weapons, and he's showing his rhinoceros looking bodyguards how to use them they shoot nets for capturing. It's a one gun and shoots a net. It shoots full auto. You can hit a button and pull the trigger. And it'll return to the target. You hit. I has a self destruct. And as a grenade launcher. The in fact, I've riposted the video at KT, okay dot com, and on my Facebook page if you want to see it if you've not seen it before. But that's what it would look like if I were clever enough, NewsRadio one thousand KT. Okay. Beth myers. Are we going to be clever enough to vote on expanded Medicare and Oakland a long way off? But there is a group seeking a statewide vote. I'm Beth Myers. The NewsRadio one thousand KT. Okay news center.
"clay pigeons" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"I think it's it's okay. Under one condition. What condition? It's nineteen Ninety-two. No, you must be hunting big game animal and be using it to carry something manly like, ammo or Aero's or something. Would you? Absolutely. Nice meeting you bring home big. Like a big game like a beautiful big cat or something like that? Or like what kind of big game? No, no, no. No. No. Okay. Yes. No cats. Okay. Thank you. Thank you. Elephant right. L? No, no. Thank you. When people say big game hunting. I think they're gonna go like trophy hunt played a hunting trip all the know all the boys. I couldn't hunt. I love shooting. I could not hunt. I'll do the killing. Just hang out. We'll drink drugs. I don't wanna be an accessory to kill. I don't have to see anything you'd just be like in the blind with me. And then I'll shoot it. And then I'll go track it, and what are we gonna for Clay Pigeons? They don't suffer a clay pigeon. You go through the air, and you shoot it breaks apart into pieces to kill stuff. Did you kill something came? Nah. See compassion, John. I mean, you eat chicken and fish and. Yeah, but I don't kill him. Exactly. Screw thirty dead. They died a natural causes sticking was walking across the road heart. All right. We're gonna come back, and we'll tell you a Florida cop was charged with threatening to kill a woman for probably the worst reason that you could threaten to kill woman. Not that there's a good reason. But this is a really really bad reason. And we'll tell you.
Do Carrots Really Help Your Eyesight?
"Hey, grainstuff listeners instead of an today. I wanted to tell you about another podcast. But I think he might dig u-turns change is hard. But is it possible to make it actually feel good? Join co co-hosts Lisa Oz 'em Jill hers, egg as they end their expert guests share their most powerful end proven advice as well as stories of change from their own lives. Switching careers relocating adjusting to a new relationship or leaving old one having a first child or becoming an empty nester. The circumstances may be different. But the big question stays the same. How do we stay? Fearless. When we feel uncertain u-turns has an answer. We get honest and start talking and laughing about the stuff everyone goes through because shift happens check him out, even listen and subscribe to u-turns. That's why oh you turns on apple podcasts the iheartradio app and everywhere else that podcasts are found. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Bogle bomb. Hear anyone else have the common childhood dream to be able to hit Clay Pigeons with a crossbow in the dark at three hundred yards while riding on the back of a beautiful Pegasus just me. Anyway, when I told my parents, this they told me Lauren if you want to have that kind of hyper acute night vision, you've got to eat your carrots. It's common wisdom eat a lot of carrots. If you want is like a jet pilot, but do care it's really give you better eyesight. The short answer is if you already have enough vitamin an your diet, probably not. But if you don't a big old sack of carrots might be exactly what you need carrots are packed full of nutrient called beta carotene, which is kind of natural die for fruits and vegetables. Plants. Use beta carotene in their bodies is a pig bent that gives them a yellow orange color. But when you eat foods containing this natural pigment, like sweet potatoes, spinach or carrots, the beta carotene gets absorbed by your intestinal wall and converted into vitamin A. So. Oh, here's the true part of the myth. If you want to maintain normal. I health you've got to get enough item. In a and carrots are a perfectly good source in regions where people don't get much vitamin a in their diets vision problems are rampant without vitamin A. The photoreceptors in your eyes start to deteriorate and your corneas can actually vanish. But if you don't have a vitamin a deficiency. And your vision is already healthy stuff in your face with carrots or any other source of the vitamin will not lead to superhuman eyeball powers. So where did we get the idea that carrots can do to your eyes, but spinach does to Popeye's forearms believe it or not this myth got a big boost from World War Two propaganda during World War Two the United Kingdom underwent air raids conducted by axis powers, the German lift Buffa would strike at British cities in the night over the years, the British Royal Air force had some success pushing back the German air attacks one explanation for their success. Is that from nineteen thirty nine onward, British pilots. Had access to a technology called onboard airborne interception. Radar to help them spot enemy planes great distance. But the UK ministry of food launched a propaganda campaign claiming that its fighter pilots could pick out an aircraft in the dark because they honed their eyes with carrots. Some sources have speculated that the story was designed to hide the existence of the Royal Air forces onboard radar system from the enemy another explanation might be simple economics German set up blockades to you starvation and discomfort as weapons which meant that many goods like sugar had to be rationed, the UK government encouraged citizens to turn to sugar substitutes, for example, carrots which were plentiful even during the war could be used as a sweetener in foods like carrot pudding, and carrot fudge or as a substitute for meat in the infamous Walton pie carrots were so plentiful because they could be grown by citizens at home and around their communities in its so called victory gardens food supplies were low due to those blockades and canned fruits and vegetables. It's largely went to be the military citizens were encouraged to make up the difference. The slogan of the campaign was dig for victory. Two million private gardens were constructed and some public ones as well. The dry moat surrounding the tower of London was filled in with growing vegetables. Today's episode was written by Jim McCormack and produced by Tyler claim for more on this and lots of other sharp, topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Hey, their brain Steph listeners, we need your help. So the ads that you listen to make this podcast possible. But we want you to listen to ones that are actually useful. We have a listener survey up on our show website, brain stuff show dot com where you can go, and let us know what you're most interested in it should take less than five minutes. Just head on over to brain stuff, show dot com. And let us know. And