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"remington" Discussed on Gun Talk
"New York that are whack and white tails in the bush. They want to use a straight wall cartridge or they have to use a straight wall cartridge, by law. But they want to use it in a lever gun. And you know, you think about 45 70 is a good option there, but it's just total overkill. Right. And then on the other side of it, you know, three 50 legends, great, but it's a little underpowered. And you can't really use it in the lever gun, right? So if you want to shoot a dealer with a lever gun, we're kind of thinking 360 buck hammer is, you know, probably the way to go. And so all right, so I know you guys have been testing it. I know you, I know someone has had like shoot something with that already. I mean, I mean, so what was the first confirmed kill with the 360 buck camera? And I want to know who I want to know names. Yes, I want to know names because I want to call them. And say, hey, no, well, I'm actually ashamed to admit this. I wish it was just a big, massive buck. But it wasn't. It was a, it was a black bear, I think, is what we took down for us. No kidding. Which I think goes to show you something, right? I mean, this cartridge, the last fall, last hunting season was really the first time we had some test rounds for 360 buck camera running around out there. And so we took this cartridge at one of these behind me. And all that looks great. Is that fun? So we took the cartridge to Africa for planes game. You know, it's been the Canada on big, big black bear hunts. It's shot plenty of white tails. Feral hogs. I'm probably forgetting a thing or two. I mean, it's been a deadly on whatever we've shot it at, which is great. But first got to shoot it was our president Jason Van Dyke. So hey, you know, oh, good for him. Bosman gets the first one. And I'm going to tell you this. That dude, he's a slider. He's a good dude. Totally. Yeah, he walks the walk. He shoots a ton of stuff, which is what? Well, I mean, that's kind of the goal is to have like minded individuals and people who actually do this, leading our industry, you know, and leading companies like Remington. And that's a whole goal and not say there's not people who can't do that outside of our industry, but man, it's so reassuring when I hear like, oh, the first one killed was, you know, from a president or a CEO or a vice president or something like that, and they're like, oh, they're out there doing it. So I'm glad you're happy about that. Our engineers are probably like, oh gosh. I hope it works, you know? The boss has gone first. Oh no, but the cartridge worked exactly how we wanted to work it and it's been really fun partnering with Henry rifles on this deal. They put out some bad, bad rifles, I think they've got four different lever guns and then a straight wall. I'm sorry, it's all straight wall. They've got three leather gun lever guns and then one single shot rifle too. Really? Ah, see that's cool. And Henry does some just such neat stuff. And that's if you're going after 11 company, man, you always have to think, you know, either a Henry. Henry is the first thing that comes to my mind, but then you got Marlin and my gosh. I'm telling you. They do some phenomenal stuff. Well man, love again is kind of coming back these days, right? You can't get them now. And I'm sitting on a 32 40 old old Winchester, which is funny. It's never been shot. Because I can't find ammo for it. So that's a whole thing. Because I've got this, it couldn't have been a 30, 30, or a 45, 70, which I could find ammo for. It's like an off the wall cartridge. It's cool to have. Yeah. Oh yeah, it's cool to have. It's fun. You know, it's like an old John Wayne commemorative rifle that my dad traded for a boat. I remember the rifle. I don't remember the boat. But you get on more use out of that, I'd say. Exactly. Yeah, it holds a little bit more clout to it right now. Especially since it's a lever gun. Yeah, the old lever guns knew ever guns, just a ton of fun. And you know, I think east coast, you know, whitetail hunting, I'm thinking lever gun, right? And the big boys with the snow and deer camp and all that. And so I think 360 buck camera is just going to be super fun and I'm excited to see what everybody thinks about it. And did you name it? I won't say I named it. We kind of had a group decision right. I mean, a new cartridge is a big deal. Oh yeah. So we kind of got together. The story behind that one is nobody ever believes me when I tell them this, but it's true. I swear. We have an engineer here at Remy's an ammunition. And his name is Rick buckmaster. Swear to God. Oh my God. He's an engine. He was destined to be an aero engineer, you know? He's definitely not a hunter. No, you're going to do it. No, no, no, no. It's only an upland bird hunter. Ducks only. But Rick's an awesome guy, and he's been here for decades at Remington working on all kinds of new cartridges and ammunition. And this project has been kind of his brainchild. And so, you know, we wanted to name it the 360 buck master, but we figured, you know, certain media figures would be a little upset about that, fair enough. Let's call it like it is. Let's just say exactly what it does, and so it's the 360 buck hammer. I love it. I mean, that's going to catch a lot of eyes too, and I can't wait to shoot it, man. It's fun. Yeah, it feels like a 30 30. So the parent case is 30 30. And so we just basically took that necked in, cartridge, and then popped out the wall, made it a straight wall. So it shoots a lot like a 30 30 to me, velocity, drop, muzzle energy, even recoil is all very, very similar. And so if you, if you like shooting a 30, 30, you're gonna like the 360 buck camera, and then if you have to shoot a straight wall, if by a lot, you wanna take that out and you're going away from the muzzle loader, you're going away from the slug gun. 360 buck hammer is kind of for those folks too. Hey, that's awesome, man. I appreciate you jumping on here and talking about it because I know you're a busy guy, especially this time of year. Hey, talking ammo talking. Yeah, I love it. This is fun. This is not work. Awesome, man. Joel Hodgson and rami dam, 360 buck hammer. If you're out there, I'm gonna tell you this right now. You've got to come watch the podcast because he shows it off. He shows the Henry rifle. You've got to come over to our Facebook, YouTube pages, all that good stuff to see it. And as always, you guys, man, like, subscribe, ring the bell, whatever you gotta do. If you're listening to this on podcast, if you're sitting there with your headphones in at the gym, whatever you're doing,
"remington" Discussed on Gun Talk
"I know they're not going that far on one leg, right? So you can get a snapshot. That's not exactly like me. I go, I love a high, close range is due to a high shoulder shot is very tough to beat because it breaks them down quick. It breaks them quick. I mean, you could potentially make an argument that, hey, you're gonna lose a little bit of meat that way. And that's true if you're plowing through a ton of shoulder, but man, if you can break that shoulder bone and put them on one wheel, they're not going too far. And you're probably not gonna ruin a ton of meat in the process. And the initial shock of it too. I think it's like terminal shock that that bowl is carrying so much energy that it causes damage. So even if you're going like a high shoulder, I'm still kind of high shoulder, a little bit back, maybe an inch and a half or so. That's where I like to place it. That's a great place. And again, it depends on your game, right? And all that good stuff. And then, you know, so talking about depending on which animal. So when hunting scimitar orgs, I forgot, I had shot one like ten, 15, ten to 12 years ago. Cool. And I forgot how thick that height is on their shoulder. And they're basically upper half of their body because they're used to these freaking jungle cats, you know, these lines jumping on their back and that added skin protects them. I was amazed that we use some core lock tipped on that, and that was shocking. Man, I'm telling you that it eats through that thick high, and I would almost say it's almost like the hide of that plate behind a hogs on a hog shoulder. Okay. Yep. It's almost like that. Like, I forgot how big it was. How is the odds hide and skin when you were using the premier long range? They're pretty thin skinned, right? I'd say on par with a white tail. And again, I've only been on this one I'd add Hana non expert. I'm sure we've got some judging by the one you shot. I put you in an expert category. It can be a bump up. Intermediate. Let's just say. No, I'd kind of compare them to like a white tail as far as how tough they were and how they responded to getting hit. With some of these bullets, you know, so I think, you know, at that further range, I was glad I had that bonded bullet with a Palmer tip on it. But that being said, I think if you could get not at a hundred yards, you could probably just use like a core locked, something a little more traditional and be fine, right? I think when you start getting into the oryx, the Elk, even big territory, you probably want that bonded bullet just to wow through that shoulder and beat all that tough hide. See, I like your, I like your story on, you know, don't discount the old favorites. Don't discount discount the traditional core lock bulls 'cause that's the original deadly mushroom. I forget about that. It's worked for 80 years now, plus. And it's killed more than probably anything else. I mean, anything in that classification, look, if you're inside of 300 yards, let's just say, you know, 200 for sure. Man, it can't be beat, right? Yeah. And that's what's cool. But so we talked about the old. Let's talk about the new that just launched. What do you got for us? So this is brand new and I'm super excited to tell you guys about it. So we were talking west. Now we're talking kind of east. So Remington rolled out a brand new cartridge, right? It's our first new cartridge, first new caliber, and ten years. And we're calling it the 360 buck hammer. And AJ, let me show you, buddy. The name kind of says it all, right? But we Remington ammo worked with Henry rifles on the project. And so what we came out with is the 360 buck hammer. And this is a straight wall cartridge, and it's optimized for lever actions. So it's just a monster man. It's some of the, some of the same bullets that we've used in the 35 Remington for years and years. So it's a 180 grain or 200 grain bullet for starters. And speaking of the deadly mushroom it's a core locked, right? So these are just huge, massive brush busting, I mean, everything we've shot with this thing so far just, you know, falls over. That's great. Tons of fun. Oh my gosh. So whose brain child was this? And I mean, we are seeing, we are in an age right now where we are seeing more and more new cartridges come out. Why is that? Is that just like technology has just advanced our industry or the ammo industry so much that you guys can't keep up? That technology is a big part of it. I mean, just in my summer gunpowder guy, right? I mean, just in my lifetime, the advancements in propellants alone, you know, temperature and sensitivity, better metering with graphite coatings, all these different things have kind of combined to really produce just better velocities, right? You can push a bullet faster than you ever thought possible. With different kinds of cartridge and head spacing, I mean, I think we've seen a lot of innovation on the extreme far end of the spectrum, as I would say, so you think about the PRCs and the new nozzle cartridges, the new weather cartridges, they're bigger, faster, stronger. The new Remington, 360 buck hammer, it's a little bit different, right? Because it's not designed to go off and, you know, laser beam and Alec at a thousand yards, right? Yes. It's designed for the guys in Ohio and in Indiana and in New York that are whack and white tails in the bush. They want to use a straight wall cartridge or they have to use a straight wall cartridge, by law. But they want to use it in a lever gun.
"remington" Discussed on Gun Talk
"Your local dealer first, but then if you're striking out, get on Remington dot com and we're selling direct these days and you might be able to find a box or two at MSRP off our website. It's an easy way to do it for sure. You didn't really talk about the audit on. Now, we're going to jump back in and I want a hunting story. I want to hear, I want to hear how that all played out because all dad, they don't live, they live in beautiful places, but they live in rough terrain. And this isn't any guy I talk to that has hunted all dad has always said, they would go back in a heartbeat, and it was a tough hunt. It's not like you go to an outfitter and you sit in a box pond and you kind of sit there and wait for a while and all of a sudden something shows up right on cue. It's almost like they release them from the gate. This isn't that hunt. No, it was pretty tough. And again, I'm a Kansas kid. And so I think of a western hunt going out west. I think of boots, you know, pounding the ground, going up a mountain, going up a draw, a lot of glassing, right? And it was all that and more. So, our odd hunt typically, you know, we were in the truck kind of driving around parts of the ranch, getting to some high ground. We'd stop and kind of glass, look around, see where the herds at. And then we try to find a group of audit and once we could kind of get a good look at them, we'd put a stock on them and figure out, hey, where are they headed? Where do we want to take a shot? And I mean, you know, I think one guy in our group got lucky and might have shot one at a couple hundred, 202 50 yards, but that was the closest shot. I know the rest of us shot at like 450 yards out to 600. So. No kidding. Yeah, there were a couple of long shots for sure. And I was the 600 yard shot, but I'll just say it took me a couple rounds to get the guy down. So, okay, that's nothing to be ashamed of because I took a couple shots. Like two shots at 250 yards. So I choked one. I choked one. And I readily admit it. That was on me. And it happens. And I don't think we should be ashamed to say that because if you hunt long enough, and you take those shots, those risky shots, it could have been a slight wind gust that just caught that. Well, not even risky shot, it's just like, there's so many variables outside of your control. You know, that animal might slightly turn a little bit as soon as you touch off the trigger. You know, there might be some everything in between your scope and where that bullet impacts. I mean, that's kind of unknown, right? I mean, there could be a ton of stuff on the atmosphere, light, time of day, elevation, obviously, all that stuff you build into your scope and in your dope. It makes a difference. So no, it's part of it, but we had some long shots, and it was cool to see that bull won't work. Kind of the way we intended it to. And like I said, for a guy like me is used to just like smoke in a deer at a hundred yards. This is a nice change of pace. That's a nice shade of paste, but you get time on the range. You spent and I think that, man, I always caution guys who were like, oh, I'm gonna head out west. I'm gonna shoot long range. Well, spend your time on the range well before. Know your dope, no limitations, you know, and especially from different seated positions, whether it's seated, it's kneeling, it's standing. Seated, whatever, shooting positions, understand your limitations. Prone is always best though. A 100% agreed. And you know, like, call your buddies, call your outfitter, whoever you're going out with, or if you can, you know, even like state fish and game agency if you call the game war and they kind of covers that plot of ground if you're going public. I mean, they'll give you a tip or two on what kind of shot you're most likely going to have to take. So whether it's bringing sticks, making sure you got your bipod on, you know, bringing the right bag set up, shooting off your pack, whatever that is, it's good to kind of mentally prepare and know. And I always feel a little silly. You know, here in Arkansas, shooting at our range and I've got, you know, I'm at a firing line, but I'm sitting with my backpack on my stomach and I'm shooting off the top of that thing, but it helps practice, right? Dude, you practice how you play. I mean, you played football in high school. I mean, you know the game. Like, you know, like if you practice how you want to play, like you're gonna perform well. And that's just the same way. But yeah, man, all that hunt is definitely rising on my list of hunts to do. Just 'cause I see so much terrain that I'm like, that's the kind of stuff I want to hunt in. Totally. And you know, if you're probably putting in your time waiting on a, I don't know, a desert bighorn or a stone sheep or something that a little more time. What about money to kind of get out and go do? I mean, this is a cool hunt that you pick up and go get done and try out, right? Yeah. And there are free range opportunities out there. So if you wanted to do a DIY thing, I mean, I think New Mexico has a couple of offerings that you could do, Texas, man, Texas, just doesn't have the amount of public land it takes to really pursue it. Totally. That's true. I will say Texas is big enough that you're probably have to go through an outfit, but there's enough of them out there these days that are kind of competing a little bit and I'm not saying it's dirt cheap by any means, but I am saying that I think there's some affordable outfitters out there that could get you in a couple of buddies out to go. High west is a good one, man. I continually hear them at the top of the list. As far as like outfitting services that just put guys on a 100% like quality animals, you know? Totally. They do a really good job. And one thing I love about them too is that their owner, all their guides, they're kind of our age, right? They're younger, more active dudes. You're not gonna get some outfitter guide that points at the top of the mountain and says, well, hike on up there, you know? I'll be down here and no. These guys are good luck. Exactly. Hope you brought your inhaler. No, no. They're going with you, right? My poor guy in Texas in West Texas, it was all kind of low fence, free range type of deal. With Steve Jones, backcountry hunts. He's another good one. For my poor guy, man. You know, he wasn't up there in age. I mean, he's still hung with me, but
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Mark Walters: The Left Is Going After Gun Manufacturers
"These gun makers are being thrown under the bus at this is a backdoor way to bring about a gun band. Let's get your take on that. Yeah, what's your referring to is the law that protects gun manufacturers from the criminal misuse of their products. And that law is the protection of lawful commerce in arms. We call that the PLC AA and what the left is always trying to do as they did in Connecticut with after newtown was they went after the manufacturer in this case, it was Remington, who was out of business. They were bankrupt. Remington didn't settle anything. Their insurance companies a total of four decided to walk away and not fight. And that left open what the left sees is, oh, we can do this in other states. They're attempting to do the same thing in Texas. Et cetera, but what they can't do is legislate around the Second Amendment. So what they're trying to do now is use the courts or activist courts to get around it each state has different laws. But the PLC AA, what that essentially does is you can not hold a firearms manufacturer responsible for the actions of a criminal. And we always resort back to the automobile. We do not hold Ford responsible because a drunk driver drove a Ford F one 50 into a minivan and killed a family. No one would even think of holding Ford responsible. We hold the driver responsible. And that's what has to happen in these gun cases. But this is more evidence of their hatred for our right to bear arms, our hatred for gun rights, that they would even attempt to do so. There is no equivalence whatsoever between the manufacturer of a firearm whose product was used unlawfully and the criminal themselves. We have to hold criminals responsible. And the court got it right up here in the brewing case to tie this together that we do not blame law abiding citizens who carry guns publicly for the actions of criminals, period. We're on solid footing here, although it's going to cost a lot of money to defend against these frivolous suits. But we will win. Freedom will always prevail in the long run. Carl, I believe that in my heart.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Monthly Rents Skyrocket Amid Record Inflation
"Hey everybody, Tyler Charlie Kirk show. What are the new results out of Ohio mean for the midterms? Our Democrats favored to win anything at all, and also a new announcement from turning point, pack, TP pack dot com that is TP PAC dot com, or you guys can contribute some grassroots donations to help America first candidates across the country that's TP PAC dot com. We talk with Tyler Boyer about that and the need to reclaim the America first mantle from the ground up. Email me your thoughts is always freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com, get involved with turning point USA at TP USA dot com or email me your thoughts is always freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. Buckle up everybody here. We go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running The White House folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy, his spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job. Building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created turning point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific mortgage at Andrew and Todd dot com. I want to lead with this one thing. I have a friend of mine who's a wonderful American from Dallas, whose in real estate, probably one of the top private owners of apartment buildings in the country. And he just said, hey, Charlie, I want you to see these rent inflation crazy numbers. I'm not going to say his name just to, you know, for obvious reasons. But so this is the last 30 movements, okay? So Phoenix, for example, for the last 30, the average prior rent used to be 1325 a month for his and he owns apartment buildings all over Phoenix. Now it's 1693 a month. That means that rent has gone up 27.8% on average in Phoenix. It is last 30 movements. Austin, 23%, San Antonio 21%. Dallas Fort Worth, 18%. North Carolina, 16% Houston 15%. The real inflation rate, I said this the other day, and someone laughed at me, but when they laugh at us, that's how you know we're probably right. I said the real inflation rate is 35%. I said it's right near there. For working people, that's about where it is. If you count gas, you count food, you can't travel. You count all that other stuff. So Andrew and I were talking in the break, he says, I don't know, I don't know, have we peaked too early, Andrew said of Republicans, are we going to be able to sustain this the November? I said, look at these rent numbers. You're trying to tell me people are going to keep the people in charge over this. I don't know, but someone who does know is Richard barris, from the people's pundit, and he's wearing a tie just to make me look bad. Big data polls, Richard barris, Richard. Welcome back to the program. Hey, thanks for having me back. I appreciate it. So a lot to unpack here. Let's start with kind of what happened in Ohio. What does that message send? What is your polling show? How big of a deal is what just happened in Ohio? You know, it's a big deal, Charlie, for the future of the party. The direction of the party, you know, the Trump endorsed candidates outside of JD Vance even did great. There was the first congressional district in Indiana. She won, so, you know, I mean, oh, and by the way, Ohio 9. So that was a race the media definitely was watching and trying to take out, you know, take down the Trump endorsed candidate. He did pull it off and he did incredible in an outside of Toledo, which is where a lot of people thought that Gaborone would do better. You know, so in the end, if you look at where van specifically got his support from, the reason I think a lot of these polls messed up outside of Vance's 100% correct. Outside of Remington, which was pulling for another campaign, they were just wrong. Some of the other public polls didn't really catch Vance's full support because when a pollster does a likely voter model, I suspected this was happening and it did. Those new Trump accounts, they're not really Republicans, Ohio has a lot of them. And they'll tell you, I'm going to vote. I'm likely to vote or I'm certain to vote. But then the pollster will go back and look at vote history and in a primary. If they're not a two out of four voter, meaning they voted in at least two and the last four primaries, they'll get screened out. And because these voters are newly Republican and close primary, they didn't have much vote history and you could see it all over. Mahoning, Youngstown, trumbull, the election day and wood in the northwest, just south of Toledo. That was Trump vote. That is Trump vote. And then Vance did excellent, obviously. In Cleveland, Hamilton county and the suburbs around it. So at the end of the day, it sent a very clear message. The president saw a very strong grip on the Republican Party without a doubt.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Adam Winkler: Gunmakers May Face More Litigation; Smaller Settlements
"With the knowledge that they can not be held liable when their guns are used in a mass shooting, this settlement opens up that possibility. From your perspective from your perch, is that a good thing or a bad thing. Well, I mean, I will say, I think that it opens up the gun makers to some more litigation and potential liability, but not very much. I do think this is a very unusual settlement. I think very few other gun makers are going to settle. It when lawsuits are brought against them on similar grounds. And I think that although there was a very, very profitable settlement, a $73 million settlement in this case against Remington, I think in the future cases, settlements are likely to be much smaller if any settlements and the cases are going to be very hard to win if they actually go to trial and go to a jury. So I don't think it's going to make a big change in the gun makers or in the
"remington" Discussed on WTOP
"And new tonight the House committee investigating the capitol riots subpoenaed 6 more people today over their efforts to falsely declare Donald Trump the winner of the 2020 election in several swing states Those subpoenaed include Michael Roman and Gary Michael Brown who served as a director of Trump's 2020 reelection campaign Committee believes the two men promoted accusations of election fraud and encouraged state legislators to appoint false slates of electors The other four people who were subpoenaed include the current and former state lawmakers in Arizona and Pennsylvania Gun maker Remington has agreed to pay $73 million to the families of 9 of the victims of the 2012 sandy hook elementary school massacre in Connecticut It's believed to be the largest ever settlement involving a gun manufacturer and relatives of victims of a mass shooting The lawsuit accused Remington of targeting younger at risk males in its advertising Heidi Feldman Professor of law Georgetown university say it again Georgetown university's law center joined WTO earlier to talk about this settlement significance Once you get the details of those sorts of marketing tactics on the table it becomes much harder for those industries to avoid taking responsibility for the harms of their products or perpetuating on a larger scale This seems like it might be one such tipping point with regard to the gun industry and mass shootings Remington has denied the accusations made in the lawsuit Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin losing her libel suit against The New York Times the jury rejecting her claim that the paper defamed her in an editorial that linked her political rhetoric to a mass shooting Paper admitted there were errors in the 2017 piece linking her to that shooting in Arizona that killed 6 and wounded congresswoman Gabby Giffords the times said those were honest mistakes Yesterday the presiding judge said he tossed the case if the jury ruled in Palin's favor Palin is expected to appeal After traffic and weather tonight uprooted at the AFI silver theater explores a black man dead in his sober spring tree I'm Jason frankley It's 7 36 Turn your used car.
"remington" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"They have the freedom to set their own course and choose with whom they will associate Russia is reportedly pulling back some troops from the Ukraine border However other large scale drills remain ongoing according to the Russian defense ministry intelligence reports had been indicating a Russian invasion could happen at any time Still many Ukrainians are skeptical and put her son on a train to stay with relatives while she stays back to join a fight the world hopes will never come It was very hot And I was looking to see yesterday and he was so mom I love you mom I love you Nothing is valued just freedom and between death and freedom which was freedom Right now the price of oil is over $90 a barrel if Russia invades experts say gas prices and prices were just about everything else will spike even higher Locally 9 sandy hook families have reached a $73 million settlement with now bankrupt gun manufacturer Remington and its insurers 21st graders and 6 teachers were killed during the 2012 sandy hook school shooting Mainstream media outlets continue to ignore John Durham's bombshell report In the court filing made late Friday by Durham who was appointed during the Trump administration to investigate the origins of the Russia probe reveal the tech firm coordinated with the Hillary Clinton campaign to mine Internet data from Trump Tower during the 2016 election and then later The White House a daily mail reporter questioning Clinton today outside of her daughter's Manhattan apartment Hillary Laura.
AP News Radio
Sandy Hook families settle for $73 million with gunmaker Remington
"Some families of the sandy hook elementary school shooting agreed to a seventy three million dollar lawsuit settlement with gun maker Remington twenty first graders and six educators were killed in twenty twelve when Adam Lanza opened fire with a Bushmaster A. R. fifteen style rifle at the Connecticut school the families of nine victims and one survivor announced the multi million dollar settlement Tuesday with lawyer Josh will cost cough what is more dangerous than any industry believing that they can do whatever they want if profit is the only motive but they have no skin in the game no responsibility to families of people injured Nicole Hockley who lost her six year old son Dylan says she hopes this makes gun manufacturers more accountable by facing and finally being penalized for the impact of their work gun companies along with the insurance and banking industries that enable them will
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Sandy Hook Families Agree to Settlement With Remington Arms
"The gun manufacturer Remington arms has agreed to a settlement with several families of children killed in the 2012 massacre at sandy hook elementary school in Connecticut. This is the first time in the United States, a gun manufacturer has accepted financial liability for a mass shooting. Boy, do I struggle with this one? Boy, do I struggle here? And let me tell you what the struggle is. I'm reading here from The Washington Post with this announcement. The amount of the shuttle that was not disclosed, the AP is reporting the settlement is for $73 million. Remington arms, which has filed for bankruptcy. So I guess all this litigation has bankrupted them. Has offered to pay they offered to pay nearly 33 million to the 9 families last July.
"remington" Discussed on WTOP
"Could soon face fines I'm Nick owing Ellie The Dow was up 461 At 11 o'clock This is CBS News on the hour Your home for original reporting I'm Steve K thin there's breaking news from Connecticut word of a settlement in a case stemming from one of the worst mass shootings in U.S. history The CBS's Allison keys says it's the lawsuit 9 sandy hook school families brought against the gun maker Remington The amount of the settlement wasn't released but attorneys for the families are calling it historic Remington made the bushmaster AR-15 style rifle used in the December 2012 killings of 21st graders and 6 educators and newtown Connecticut The gunman fatally shot his mother before the rampage and then himself Russia's president signals he is open for talks with the U.S. and NATO as his military masses troops near Ukraine Reporter Felix light in Moscow Russian president Vladimir Putin said that he was ready to work with the west on deescalating tensions The latest signaled the prospect of war with Ukraine might be receding The comments came during talks with the German leader Olaf scholz who was in Moscow today that talks on Ukraine In Britain prime minister Boris Johnson I think what everybody needs to see is a sense that things are being scaled back scaled down that the threat is over and that a conversation and negotiation is beginning President Biden is talking with French president maccon right now about Ukraine A Russian figure skater who failed a drug test before the winter games has the lead after the women's short program CBS Steve futterman is in Beijing When she was introduced I'd say Camila valjevo received a louder ovation.
"remington" Discussed on Gun Talk
"Did he say primers? You're going to get people like itchy when you say the word primers right now. They're always looking for them. Rimfire is interesting because Remington, you guys load, you know, just tons and tons and tons of them. Every day? Are people, do you find that people are shooting more in fire today? We're kind of we going with the rimfire world right now. You know, I really don't know if people are shooting more or they're just buying everything they can. One of the other I mean, I would like to think that they are shooting it that way. They keep buying for those reasons. But, you know, rimfire, recently, we come up with a new subsonic load. That was maybe year or two ago. We optimized bullet weight and the hollow point cavity to make sure that the bullet would expand at the lower velocity levels. And we also went in and put sound meters up and checked it to make sure that everything was staying subsonic. They didn't have a supersonic crack. So minimize the variation, where it was loaded. Clean burning would function guns. You know, because suppressors are also, you know, more popular today than they were ten years ago. And you're really, when you do that, you're playing with physics and the physics, they have no compromise. But you're going, okay, somebody goes, well, I want it to be subsonic. I get it. It has to be there is it has to be under 1100 feet per second. But I want to run in my semi autos. Exactly. So you want it to be less powerful, but also run the semi auto. And I also want the bullet to expand. Well, but we're going slower. It's going to make a harder to expand. I mean, you're playing with so many variables on that. The subsonic thing, I think is going to continue to be a big deal because, well, we just heard that E forms are coming back online for ATF. So now we're talking about 60 days to get a suppressor. Which is that for what I've heard, the weight is the deterrent. It's not the $200 tax damp, but it's the I may get it in 9 to 12 months. I don't know exactly, but if you said, you'll have it in two months. You're not going to notice. Oh, yeah. And I mean, now they're going to go, well, I want subsonic for everything. You guys are doing sub sonic and not just rimfire. No, no, we do it in your standard pistol cartridges like 9 millimeter 45, 300 blackout of course, two 20 grain subsonic. Those are the most popular ones. And the 9 millimeter and the 45 has got an enclosed base. So you don't let up your suppressor. Okay. You minimize lead at the firing line, things like that. And so like, they're enclosed based bullets. Specifically for shooting with suppressors. I mean, you can shoot them without one. But whenever we looked at what does a guy that has a supper, what does he want out of something? You know, you don't want to let it up because it's very difficult to clean them up, things like that. So we do everything we could to have it clean burning, keep the suppressors clean, keep the velocity levels below the speed of sound function guns, all that kind of stuff. If you're going to try to use subsonic for hunting, I would think that not only do you need the bullet to expand at those lower velocities, but also all things being equal, how big of a bullet can we load? Sure, right? I mean, we're going to push it up to that max, what if it's ten 50 or somewhere in that ballpark, but could you load like a 240 grain in a 300 blackout? Can we go to 60? Could you lie? Are you guys playing with those ideas? Yeah, always. We're always trying to see what we can do and what works, what you can. Sometimes you run into limitations and barrel twists and stability factors, get into powder capacity. Can you physically manufacture it on the equipment that we have? Are you going to draw a jacket too long for the presses that we have things like that? But we keep an open mind with everything we do. And look at the extreme scenarios and see if it'll work or not. Yeah. Yeah. Very cool. Lots of fun stuff coming and you guys have increased. Is it fair to say you guys have increased the production in the last year? Yeah, absolutely. I mean, everybody, you know, you know, no hiding that we went through bankruptcy, Remington did, and outdoor purchased the rimmington ammunition plant out of bankruptcy and they've been increasing the output of the factory. You know, getting behind it and getting the workforce trained up and hiring employees and putting money where it needs to be. You know, if something's wore out, getting it fixed and taking a really good hard look at a business strategy and how to make Remington great again. And so but yeah, everything in my personal opinion, you know, we've got a very bright future with vista as the owners. Yeah, good to hear. I know everybody listening is happy here because they need more ammo, right? All right, well that's it for us. Thanks for listening. Thanks for watching. We'll see you next time. I'm going to talk nation..
"remington" Discussed on Gun Talk
"Of tests. We set up wall barriers and two interior walls, so you have sheet rock and then another issue rock. You have another one like that. Then you had an exterior wall. To see, okay, let's shoot through all three walls. What leaves the house? Sure. In that example. Now, if you live here, you could literally shoot a 50 Cal offense. You're not going to hit a neighbor. There's no neighbor to hit. You're surrounded. But if you live in a small tight knit neighborhood or apartment complex, you know, you can say, all right, I don't want to just going forever. Here's the crazy thing. We shot a good variety of stuff. Everything went through all three walls, except the only two that didn't go through all three walls. Was a two two three lightweight like varma bull 40 grain type of bullet, or bird shot. Yeah. And then we said, okay, let's move those over to, I think either jugs of water, because sometimes that's the easiest thing, gel, sometimes it's not always available. So water's a consistent medium, it's not the perfect thing. And at close distances, they still did a lot of damage. And so that's why I can trigger somebody by saying birdshot for home defense and they like, you're crazy. I'm like, no, no, no, I'm not saying it is the best thing ever. Right. It's really not. But if you're very concerned about over penetration, it can be an option. Yeah, no, I agree a 100%. I mean, I'm not saying this is my advice to you, but I'm just saying, if you live in an apartment complex, maybe that's an option. What other have there been tests over the years when you guys are doing stuff that you were, you got something you didn't expect to get? That you were surprised by, or it didn't act like you thought it would. Yeah, we see stuff on a regular basis where when we set up a test, you always kind of hypothesize what's going to happen. And a lot of times we'll ask the other engineers, you know, what do you think this is going to do? Just to see, you know, what you think, you know, off top of my head, I'm trying to think of a time that I was really shocked, like I said, it happens pretty regularly when things turn up that are a little bit different. Whether it's shooting a gelatin block and you see something that penetrates a lot deeper than you think or dealing with shotgun patterns and you're evaluating various types of non toxic shot TSS tungsten is a real popular one these days for turkey hunters and choke response for that is makes a big deal. That was one. It's important. It is very important. I can remember whenever I was working on the Remington 20 gauge TSS loads and I was shooting them through extra full choke tube and I had purchased some chokes specifically optimized for TSS. And I just couldn't believe how much tighter it made the patterns. It's very interesting that you're talking about this because I was just doing a video about patterning. And we weren't trying to cover everything about chokes and patterns, but just to try to get a starting point. But we were talking about how much a difference a choke can make. It even like, your gun might come with chokes. Sure. And I'm sorry. I mean, I'm not picking on anybody, but not all chokes are created equal. And the guys who make aftermarket chokes, they'll be like, well, have you patterned your gun with the chokey came with? Yeah. Not only is the pattern may not be great, it may be not too aim. Sure. Yeah. And you know, developing ammunition we test in a variety of platforms if it's shotshell ammunition will be a variety of shotgun manufacturers. They sometimes use different board diameters. But we'll also evaluate factory chokes after market jokes because you don't want to develop a product that only works well in one specific type of product. You want it to be very diverse. And so we've got to know that. We've got to be able to go in and make sure that the product, whoever picks it up and buys it, that they're going to see good performance. Yeah. All right, we're going to be right back. AT and optics are not your granddaddy's optics. These are smart HD optics. It's powered by the latest microprocessors and it uses a high res micro display. So a ton of features in these and we've talked about them before, but they also have an upgrade program for the current X site optics owner. So if you own an X site optic, you can upgrade to the latest models, the full warranty is included and free shipping, you can find out more at ATM corp dot com slash upgrade program..
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"Monday, so as is usual for us, Jake Sherman of punchbowl news joins us. All things punchbowl news can be found in punchbowl news dot com, Jake, of course, is on Twitter at Jake Sherman. And then this morning's punchbowl news, it's mansion time. I love that. Headline. Jake, do you get credit for that or one of your colleagues get credit for that? Well, I'll take you a little bit behind the scene to you. I wanted to do its manch time. But John bresnahan, my colleagues that we had to say mansion because I guess we're adults, then we can't we can't shortcut somebody's name like that. So anyway, yes. I'll take some, I'll take some credit for it. So it's a joint. Okay, well, it is mansion time. And over your old colleagues at Politico, put out the Remington research group study that shows the build back better act is well known in West Virginia, 63% know a lot 62% know a lot about it. It is strongly opposed by 53% of west virginians. Someone opposed by 6%. It's so unpopular that Joe Manchin take a look at, was this commissioned by Republicans to get Joe Manchin's attention? I haven't seen that, but that doesn't mean anything. I will say, I believe, and so we kind of laid this up this morning, but this is based off of conversations I've had the last 24 hours. There's two competing things, I think. And they're actually in complete conflict with each other. The first is what you just said, which is it seems to me at this point sitting here in December 13th and 7 a.m. that I can't imagine how he votes for this thing. I just can't. He's raised so many oppositions. He has not commented yet on the inflation report, which came out last week, which showed the highest inflation in 40 years. So how the hell could you vote for this? That's number one. The other thing I think is and this is what some people have told me is that he's going to vote for this at some point. He might as well do it now. I don't understand. So I get that. If he's going to vote for this, there's no time better than now. But listen, I completely, I'm completely in the dark here. We're very much looking forward to talk to him today. We will probably talk to him today. And everything it's time for him to figure out whether he could vote for this thing now. And if he can't, humor is going to have to move on, because he's the only thing that
"remington" Discussed on Gun Talk
"I'm your host k j and today we got a special guest because what we're doing today is we're really talking ammunition and i know you guys are out there you're screaming. Where's the ammo. But we've found the ammo and what we're talking about. Today is rimington's new core locks tipped. Yes it's new tipped and we've actually got some animals on the ground with it and here to talk with me about that. Today is joel hodgson. Wormington ammunition joel. How you doing abe. I'm glad to be here. And i'm always talker walk. So let's do it. It's good to talk because you know. I think what a lot of folks thought was ruined. Remington rim cammo didn't go anywhere i think that needs to be set it remington ammo did not all of a sudden go. Well we're closing the doors. That's right that's right. We we took a little nap last falk. Aj but you know over the last year we've really bumped up production in we've hired hundreds and hundreds of people and i mean you've been our factory man yet cpas just cranking it out so it's cool to see the energy back in our plant in arkansas. All those new workers in the door and yet we're we're making more than ever yet. When we were in lonoke it was really amazing me because i at some point inevitably i get separated from the group just it just how it happens and i was actually outside shooting some and it was during a shift change. So the day crew was leaving the night crew was coming in and not a single person i saw entering. That building didn't have a smile on their face. And i think that's not something to be said from that And the people who are leaving man they hadn't even bigger smaller face they were either going to shoot Looking forward to the next day but people are happy to be there. I think so. And you know i like. We both grew up hunting shooting. I'm sure tons your listeners. Did too and that's really our whole factory. I mean you know. I don't think he'd take a job at a ammo plant. Unless you own the trigger and having fun what you're making and so we got a lot of good old boys in good old gals from from Middle arkansas there were at our plan in. So it's it's definitely a passion. You can tell a lot of folks really excited. You know you gave me an idea. Just right now to sit there and go wait if if i can't find him. Oh and i need ammo. Let's go work at an ammo plant. Like i think like anyone out there using their listening ears or if they're watching this on on youtube or whatever platform you're on like maybe that's the idea. I mean i'm sure you guys got some positions opening up all the time because you're producing twenty four seven. I mean shame was plugged. Please come work for us if you live anywhere around central arkansas. We are hiring and it's not just. Yeah we've got plenty of positions for everybody. I mean that's operations finance accounting supply chain. You know out on the floor making product every day like we've got plenty of good spot so come on by and You know what age are. No i sent i sent you. You might get a finder. See i don. I don't know about that but range and we'll work something out so yeah that's see. That sounds good but of we. It's funny how we got. Kind of sidetracked. But we were sitting here and we're talking about Corlett tipped really kind of our focus today in and i bring up remington. Not going anywhere because you know. Typically in tougher times companies kind of scale back. They kind of watch how. The market's going to go and then all of a sudden they're like okay. Now we can start ramping up. Remington didn't do that instead. Remington chose to deliver something. Which honestly. I thought it was crazy. Because you're you're not changing something but you're adding something to a traditional like presence in all of our range backs and that's core locked. That's right if it seems it seems audacious but remington. Does that. well you know i. So when our new parent company walked in the door year ago and we wanted to get remington back on its feet big. Big big green back to me. Nothing says rimington corps. Lots right. It's the deadliest lesser in the woods. It's probably put more animals on the ground that any over the any other bullet relaxed eighty years right especially more white tails and you know i. I'm kansas guy right. Deer hunting is like my passion. So that's for me. You know it was that green yellow box korla grown up in so you know our management challenge us and said hey how do we take to make it better And that's what we went off and did and then. I should also very important caveat here. So we're not stopping making core locks. We're making millions and millions around the core locks yuban up the page in our catalog get on. Our website remains dot com and see core locked. We're making you know. Twenty five odd six to three hundred wisdom or bigger right Locked and we're not going to change that what we're doing is we're big green. We got the capacity. Got the room in the factory. We said hey. How do we add on something special. Bring a new product in approved core locked. And i think that's what we did with one. I think i think guys need to understand. First what quarterback tipped is so. I'm gonna let you give a brief rundown. And i'm gonna give you the application. Because i just returned from end a western big game hunt antelope hunting where we got to utilize In two seventy The corlett tipped. And i'm gonna tell you how that went down but let's i get an idea of what exactly are we talking about. Core lock. tips awesome. Yeah so. I think you know. I'm going to describe it but again encourage folks to hop on our website hop on social media chocolate all the cool video graphics illustrations. We have with this new bullet end this new Family but really what it is k. J. is We took that traditional corn locked. Locked boyd right. Lead jacket copper. Or i'm sorry lead corker copper jacket locked together right right like we always have and we said hey. How do we make it better. How do we improve the bc. How improve the accuracy of around How do we make more central to like. You're like a western hunt down. So what we did is he. Put a palmer. Tippett a synthetic tip and what we've seen is that's about a twenty percent accuracy improvement versus traditional core locks and so You know we still got the classic. He has p roundnose or locked. But now we've got the tip version that i think doesn't awesome job of maintaining that same terminal performance so it's the same art hitting power it late on your deal late on your meal. Whatever you want but now we've added that extra kinda icing on top of better. Accuracy of palmer tip better be see any you. I think it's really a kind of a all range bullet that you know for the first time you can stack up against a newer bullet like a you know an acura bond. The necess- t. Adrenal ac- i think. Now korac finally in that consideration said so on encourage folks to try out and see what you think compared to the classic We're real excited about for sure. Now there's there's a big difference in in western big game hunting. I think when guys think of western big game hunting they think edf open range. And that's really what what i think. You're you're hitting on really big time. But guys like in georgia or south carolina or louisiana. Tennessee like those guys aren't taking those further ranging shots and they don't and if you look at wind wind specific to hunt when can kill a hunt for sure we all know that and in my dealings with it because i want more open plains kind of like what you did in kansas. It wins just a killer on especially when it comes to ballistics. That's right and you know so then kind kinda fight that a little bit you wanna give yourself as much as possible and you wanna use a bullet that is going to be a little more forgiving more flat shooting one more accurate further out. So i tell that guy in louisiana in tennessee alabama look if your stole whacking a deer at twenty five fifty yards tips. You know go with the classic stuff. Right go Classic do what you've always done or making any of that. I promise you guys you'll be able to find it. But for the for the dude that wants to go out to kansas wyoming colorado. And you're taking that hundred three hundred four hundred even further than that. These guys i mean. I've seen some of the distances. They're shooting and right now. I wouldn't do that just me personally. and i've got a whole grant that i could go off on long range but you've gotta make sure your gears in order and and what i noticed so one of our dear dear..
"remington" Discussed on Gun Talk
"A lot of eastern white deal hunters and all and now. You've got a lot of attention of people hunting out west doing long range shooting warning to do long range shooting and they speak in these strains tongues used phrases like bc. You know what is the bbc. What's the ballistic coefficient. Give me an idea of a couple of these bullets. Where are we with these. Yes so you're gonna see definitely an improvement over that classic pointed soft point point that you've you've come to expect with korac so court lock you know. We range from like a point. Three five five up to a point five three zero and to give them the listeners. An example You know my favorite Cartridge my favorite caliber one hundred one hundred eighty grain three winchester. You know you you take a big bowl like that and our traditional core locks with our Soft point you're getting like a point. Two eight four. You know respectable but nothing to write home about no and now if that exact same grain wait steam chamber thin caliber winchester You're going up two point. Three eight three. So you know practically speaking tom that means at a at a three hundred yard shots know with the old school core locked You're gonna get a drop of about nine inches at three hundred yards right. And and then with the new stuff with quarterback tips you dropping about six inches a little over six and a half inches so I think it's just a again a great option for a newly hunt and alcon pronghorns Something that's not just up in that white town the woods back and it's not just drop with a higher bc. You really seriously do reduce the wind drift. And that's maybe even more important you do. You do wind drift and the bullets more efficient in flight. And then you know. I think there's some really great data and research out there on the effect of palmer tips on expansion as well so you know. We think that. Not only that bullet going to get them more efficiently and be more accurate Give you better long-range potential. But with that palmer tip. It's going to shear off an impact like we'd come to see happens and fluid will fill that cavity and then the boardwalk band as well so You know some of the deadliest that we've seen from korla. Tips are just as impressive as the original core walk and in some cases. I think he's better all right. Joel got an authority here because you may not know the answer this. I didn't tell you. I was going to ask this but it just popped up. Maybe a homework assignment. You may have to go find out and come back and let us know later. But we're seeing in forty five. Acp and ten millimeter cases using spall primers whereas those were large pistol. Primers in the past. You have any idea why we're seeing this change. But i i i don't tom I'm just the marketing guy. What i'm gonna do is i'm gonna go to the really. Smart engineers are folks that remington asking if they've heard about this Of course you know with with ten millimeter getting more and more popular than than we hear every day. And we've actually got a a couple of ten millimeter offering coming out soon as well in our high turnover performance handgun wine. So you know i'll I'll get back tom. Great question you know. If you'd have some tim coming out. I know i know where you could get some of that. Actually did we lose him. Oh no we just lost him. You know i know what happened. He said he had ten millimeter. Now i was about to say. I know where you could send some of that for testing and then that's all of a sudden. Oh we lost him. Young up did happen there. You go cool stuff. Yeah obviously remington. Wherever you get your ramdan stuff tipped korla.
The DogBone Pawdcast
"remington" Discussed on The DogBone Pawdcast
"But that's the routine that i take and i do travel quite a bit with them. That's the other thing i forgot to mention was for me that in part of the reason why i do. This is from a space standpoint. I can't fit. I've got four dogs. There's i'm traveling with four plus dogs most of the time when i am traveling with dogs. There's absolutely no way. I'm fitting all of my stuff because when i travel i'm bringing a lot of stuff usually whether i'm going up to our cabin for the weekend or we're going to show we've got a couple of shows coming up in august. We're going to be doing deer fest next weekend. We're going to be doing those waterfall. Expo or it's waterfowl hunters exploit. I think it's called. And i think we've got a pheasants forever event that we're gonna be doing so three out of four weekends in august. We're going to show us and do some seminars. And i think for me to be able to go to the show as we would never be able to fit everything we needed and these kennels and we just doesn't work for the room so i do like which here's one thing that ruffling doesn't have that i wish they did and this is the cheapies that are nice the ability to nesta like i think there's value me the break it down. Put it in the back of my truck. Put all my gear inside of it. And then when i get to my spot put it back together quickly so that i some. Sometimes i use the cheap one of them is remington. And it's just a private labeled kennel. But i think it's a remington burke branded remington but it's a private-label knock off one but That was real easy to pop apart. And i can i can shell it into itself kind of late into itself and then i put my bags or whatever inside of it. I stack stuff on top of it and then when i get to where i'm going i can put it together pretty quickly so i do see a lot of folks do that. When they come to workshops the kennels come broken down and then we put them together when we get where we're going. And i think that is i think that's the case for a lot of people that travel and i don't think there's anything wrong with it so that's my answer on. That one went longer probably than i planned. So let's not get off. Let's call it a call him an episode ben. I appreciate you asking the question. Ryan appreciate you guys listening if you would do me a favor. I'm a broken record at the end. And i'm always asking do. Please take take a little bit of time if you'd be willing to leave us a review if if that's possible where he listen to this podcast. If you would do me a favor share it with someone that you think might help our objective and goal doing these to of try to help as many people out there that are doing some training on their own in the best way for us to do that is with your health sharing it to those who might benefit so i appreciate it. I think you guys for listening to thank you for all your support. We're getting close to hunting season. So i'm kind of excited. We've got some podcasts topic centre and we coming up regarding transitioning from some of the stuff to some of the hunting stuff. I got a podcast that we're going to do about our pheasants because we raised were just now raising the final two hundred of the five hundred hen pheasants for the season. We're going to talk about that a little bit a lot of good stuff to talk about. So thank you for listening and we'll talk to you soon.
Radio Survivor Podcast
"remington" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast
"This detective invented a mail owner of the agency remington steele. So that people would hire her so and then this guy shows up and pretend to him but he's not and it's pierce brosnan so so so glamorous but you see what happens with that i got sidetracked from this point but what happened with that show. Is that you know. In the first season it starts out with her feminist manifesto the literally the story of how remington how the remington steele agency got started is is for one of the intro secrets. Like she tells the story about how a female investigator with just too feminine for the for the male clients and so she invented the male superior But then in later seasons the intro credits get much more romantic. And it's much more focused on her on their their relationship and they're like cut out laura holt's original male employees who kind of i mean honestly he was annoying but he also served as kind of a competition for remington steals for her affection with a fake remington steele.
Mom And ... Podcast
"remington" Discussed on Mom And ... Podcast
"Aren't searching Names So you don't have the fame son or what. Maybe so. yeah so we all are figuring out how to make it work. And i think people are also just being more flexible in compassionate with each other. You know i mean i had. I have a client. Who had her baby on her. While we were doing our session. I offered to reschedule. And she's like this is this is like she won't she won't mind. She wants to be an. I'm where i wanna be. So i think we all are doing arrested. Make it work these days. That is wonderful that probably the perfect place to wrap things up. I just realized we're almost going on an hour. Where we need to divide you into two episodes. I know you might have to be a two episode. Or i could go on for another hour talking about habits. I would love to let you go on and on but we'll yeah we'll schedule something because i feel like there's a lot to talk about. You've said so many things that i'm like. I wanted to a whole episode on that well so because of that we may have to do a little shorter version of look. Listen learn Just pick. I pick a favorite ones so we can make sure the whole idea is that podcast is for busy moms. We we try to make it. You know we've been trying to make it About a thirty minute episode. And so far. I don't think we've gotten it below forty five because no we'd like to chat. We don't very often so when we do. You can't stop us. Maybe we can. Maybe its strengths in one and habits and the other we could fill the whole week. Maybe that's what we'll do. We'll just do a whole week of january so funny. So what have you been listening and learning or just pick one the thing. Well we we looked at. We watched last night. That truman show. Had you never seen it. I had seen it okay. We've been watching wanda vision. And i keep on saying this like this seems really familiar truman. Show and then the kids are like was show that the old so we watched the preview a couple of weeks ago. And they're like okay. I think we watch that so we finally watched it and it was so funny because afterwards my son who's eleven looked at me. He's like you know what. I googled name yesterday to make sure that you guys aren't just doing a tv show about me. Thought he thought maybe he was the next truman disappointed. I think he was ki- kinda was like people are not actors. This is really who they are. This is just your real life kids. Not maybe that's why he thought he had a. He was practicing an essay for school. Admissions test and the question was to write about time. You've been happy and he is. I like any graham. Seven is the seven. That's the real happy. Go lucky like john shine and things good and happy whatever and he just looked at me and he's like i can't remember a time i was happy and he said it very dramatic like in a a silly way but i think i think in his joke. It was partially partially true. Because you know when you're eleven and you've spent ten percent of your life stuck indoors with your family that's got a mess with your mind a little bit. You just messed with mine. By putting in percentage around it. I know you're like i can't blame him for wishing he was on the truman show as an excuse for why he can't leave anywhere. Maybe maybe there isn't a pandemic. my parents are just trapping. Me here for my airing of my show. What we need is another conspiracy. Yes the truman conspiracy. Our kids are going to be like big my ears. It's because i have to be here for my show. If they thought that at least my they might be more pleased with the whole situation. I'm going to go out and make mine watch it. That's the deal. we're on a show to. Yeah we're just for lockdown. Sorry get now. Maybe they would behave a little better. They knew they were on his hatred. Also being films twenty. Four seven about you. I have been reading v. Drake starts over have you either of you read that. I've never even heard of it. I had. I can't believe i hadn't heard of it somehow. I missed it. It's by linda. Holmes who is. She has a podcast. I don't know if anybody listen either of you. Listen to pop culture happy hour too. So it's super fun. It's usually fairly short. But it's a roundtable of several people and they delve into either a topic or film or just something pop culture. And i love it. It's a great podcasts. I missed that. She wrote a book. i don't know so she did. She only talk about it in one episode and i missed that episode. I don't know and then a friend of mine passed the book on me and it's just it's fun it's light but it's not fluffy if that makes sense great book with great characters and so it's fiction it's fiction arquette and one of those books that you think. Oh i just wanna go. I just want to go be in that world for a little while set in maine which is my dream and so i do. Tried to get an island for my birthday and it didn't happen over our anniversary. Actually i think. I asked for the island for my anniversary. It's i'll get one. What about you jenny. What are you listening learning will. It's such a good question. i like was like. Oh my gosh. I love this question so i guess if i have to pick one i'll pick listen. So one of my clients has made mentioned a few times in our calls. The hidden brain podcast. It's one of the your. It's so good. And so i'm brand new to it. But they have one on habits that you guys might really like numb anyway. It's it's wonderful. And i'd like it's really good storytelling in its a lot like how. Npr stories are anyway. But i'm just finding fascinating so i'm slowly catching up it is. It's a great one. I love that one. And that's what i was referencing when i said i heard something about willpower episode. Okay we're gonna have to link to that the show notes. Yeah it's fantastic episode. And also i was kind of like oh i know right sort of fishing for you to have a different answer. Here's how you can build a habit and know you had the same answer. We want shortcuts. Here are some cuts fat not there. Okay it's official going to have to do the work that's okay that's what we're here for. That's what the whole podcast is about doing the work. So i think we're good. Is there anything. We didn't cover that we can't cover next time. Can you stay till eight as for inviting me. And i love. I love geeking out on all these kinds of topics. Personal growth is like by jam. So i wanna talk about. I'd love to love to be resourceful. Feed so yes that's awesome. And so what is the best way for people to find you on the internet if they want to learn more about you or maybe get on your schedule for some coaching. Well thanks for asking. Yes so they can find me at jenny. Remington dot com. So there's a all information about my I have a cure group. I do private coaching. And i actually have information about a strengths. Workshop said are interested in bringing strengths to their team than they can find some information out there. Wonderful and as jenny with a y. Yes jenny with a wider our way race to still jenny these things any remington so With a y and only one m.
Mom And ... Podcast
"remington" Discussed on Mom And ... Podcast
"What about you suzanne. What do you think about your adaptability. You know. I love the idea of just kind of trying on one or the other strikes for the day or for that meeting or whatever Whatever you think it's gonna take. And what was the one that you called not not aggressive. We command okay so that might be our code word. We need to do something serious. Like okay missy command commando because i do think and i will not speak for suzanne. Although i can guess like my personal life not in my professional dealings are even in my volunteer roles but in my personal life i can go to command real fast link. I can run the show. No problem i know what i want. I know how i want. It done doesn't mean. I always do it but i do know and if i need to call on that it's there it absolutely is there so i just need to learn how to bring it out in a setting where i'm less comfortable absolutely absolutely and what i would say there is an you mentioned was that i linked to coach the personal and professional. So that's a great example of if you're saying i have a lot of these. People relationship focused strengths. When i really wanna bring more leadership in kind of have a bigger voice that i know is my own than we might look at command and then the question would be. Where does the strength of command. Come up and we're we're picking on command. But we could. We get easily chosen. Another one Any of the other influencing. And so you might tell me. Okay i am in full regalia fool martin. I actually liked to call it a motivational speeches. So mike get ready for your motivational speech. Young men and i am in command in mike foale stretching wings. Right so that you do. We do a lot of our strengths in different places. Which is reminding you like. You have this in you. It's a matter of making bringing it to bringing it to the table. When you need it right you know. Our strategies with our children of course are different. But you know if you're dealing with an unruly group at work in a community setting you know like we are who we are where we are the same people. We look sometimes. I think that we are different professionally and personally but i tend to coach from the whole person and it seems real people often feel like it's really refreshing to look at okay. I really am the same. I can use the same skills that i have really honed over these years in motherhood and they are completely relevant urine whether it's in the workplace or wherever yeah kind of exciting when you think about it especially for parts of our audience that are thinking they want to get back in the workforce or want to switch something they're doing in there might be sitting and thinking. Oh but i've mostly been home with kids or i've only done five hours of contract work a week. What do i have to bring the table to the table. Rather and there's this whole all of this is in you. All of these skills exists. It's a matter of tapping in and figuring out how to use them and fun. I think a lot of the times we feel like we don't have our strength anymore. We left him..
Mom And ... Podcast
"remington" Discussed on Mom And ... Podcast
"I don't think the big stuff that i really want to get done. I get done. I do a lot of the things that i wanna use to procrastinate. The thing i'm not getting done back filling your busy. I'm filling a busy with a bunch of little amount a little things. That didn't actually need to get done Do you want to tell everybody what your top strengths are. yes and i will. I will confess right now. I am brand new to this today. I just got my handy ops zander book and test in the mail today so these words are kind of new to me but so i have input futuristic adaptability developer and empathy. So when you read this were there any crystal. How did you feel. Did it feel like a yeah. That's just a or to. Do you know what i since. I'm since i'm so new to it. I don't know that. I know like the follow enough definition of each of them to know that i do know and i don't know if this says something about me at least two questions on the test itself because they give you twenty seconds per question and two of them they just took away from me and said like if you're out getting a snack you know get ready. So does that does that. Impact the accuracy of the test. Or do they use that to inform that this is the kind of person that really takes too long to think about the only one who ran out of time taking the any on any one question. The good news. They ask a lot of questions in a lot of different ways in some of them are really close like You know empathy and developer a really close in empty in harmony. really close. so what they're doing is asking. You know it's not just. They'll ask some apples to oranges. And then they'll ask apples to apples and then at green apple steel apple so they're going to dissect it in lots of different ways Okay they apples to oranges ones. Threw me off. It's really tricky riots. I love to hear what three what what was that about. That i wish is so funny. I almost took a screenshot of one of the pages. But then i look down. The left is do not take any. Oh and now. I can't even think of exactly what it was. But it was basically like Do you like high or do you like hamburgers. And so i was like i like both or there was some whereas like i am neither so i would just do the middle. Yeah and so. I was curious then. I'm like oh i don't know is it. Is it knowing that. I'm neither of these instead of both of these and i'm sure that they have looked through this a million different ways and what i would say about that. Is i know test. that's perfect. I'm just say you know all of this is one point in time. It's an imperfect system. What i would say is we just do the best leeann. I've actually took the test first jobs i worked at a startup. They offered this as a as a team development. And then i took it began as a coach so you know twenty years later and mine had changed and changed quite a bit men so it's interesting so on any day so on this day on january thirty first..
Mom And ... Podcast
"remington" Discussed on Mom And ... Podcast
"I can't finish it really well or if i don't know where i'm going for example i mean since you and i have known each other probably i wrote a novel in that time and i'm never rewritten it. Because i don't i can't get it just how i want it and i start to do the revisions an just in like it's not right so that get it done. I'm like am. I get it done person or on my person who has a novel in her bottom desk drawer for three years. Oh my gosh. I hear you okay so lee not being having a really critical negative ways. I'm i don't know if this is good news or bad news. But here's the news actually is right. In line with the restorative strength has Might be thrown for a loop so restorative is adept at dealing with problems. Good at figuring things out good at getting the resolution right. There's this concept of your balcony and your basement so within every strength you're either operating at your top potential. Your top energy. You're really rocket. Like i am feeling great in my strength or so. That's in the balcony or you're in the basement you're still within your strength but you're operating may be from a lower level you're a lower level of energy this is where your inner critic lives. She's in the basement right. She is not invited to the balcony. So late in the basement. She's really thriving. Tidy up down there so the in the basement. You're focusing restorative strength. Okay so we're still talking about it a strength. Not a weakness. Your restorative strength is focusing on your weaknesses. It's very punitive nina negative. And it's critical interesting. Does this does this resonate. Yeah a lot okay. So much sense so what that means is the good news is that you can. You can lift yourself out of this. Okay i won't be. We would spend some time on that critical voice for sure. All of us have Inner critic and you know sometimes are helpful and sometimes not so much but there were store that we would lean into your restorative strength and get you back into problem solving mode. So that's that's how it may not feel restorative regarding the novel. You probably hanging out in the basement. So perhaps i know you just are revisiting this Strengths apnea. You might look through that material again and say okay. What is the problem here. Because you're good at all in problems. You're good at figuring out what needs to happen. You're good get into resolution. You're good at like understanding. Okay this is where we wanna go. This is where we are all true. You're not Yesler so the the critic is just getting in the way it's absolutely Within your strength to get over it so i just need to lock her in the basement. It's that easy. I just end up keys and everybody. Would i guess you know. I'm going to turn on netflix for her and give her a lot of good snacks in. Maybe she'll stay down there. Yes i guess the bottom line is that you can almost all things we're working on. That are really big off for us. We can find in the basement of our strengths so this is good news because it means we can use our strengths to help us lift ourselves out of them so last night and so. That's that's how i would. I would look at it so high on that one. See if that's helpful rate as so interesting. Should we dive into suzanne. Oh okay. Do i have an excuse for not getting stuff done. But you're right. I do get a lot of stuffed up..
Mom And ... Podcast
"remington" Discussed on Mom And ... Podcast
"The personal with the professional and personal self care becomes part of most clients grow through the coaching relationship. So let's get into this so excited. Thank you for being here jenny. So much for having me jump in with the initial question. I had because i am a little bit of a test addict. I draw the line at the ones on facebook that like what kind of cheesecake or you. Or whatever tests. But as far as like you know myers briggs the strength finder and we are learning more and more about the program. I just loved taking them But i don't say. I necessarily act on the findings. It's more of just a. This is interesting. Okay now. I i am so would love to hear some more from you about like. I know that you love the strengths. Finder like some of these different tests and the different purposes they serve and how people can use them to learn more about themselves and what they should be doing with their lives. Yeah that's a great question and a great place to start. So i like to use the strength finder It's it's my go-to it's where i start with most of my clients. In fact it's the world gift i give most of my clients if they haven't already taken the test themselves so there it is soon so most of my clients. Are i. guess not most. Many people that come to coaching have already like you said have already taken an assessment or two. They may have taken. Any graham or myers briggs people who are seeking out coaching are often in a self growth mindset anyway personal growth mindset and so in my intake with most clients. I ask them what. Your myers briggs. What's this i had a client. Send over her color her color scheme and there's an assessment around colors and she was a red and i had to go read up on what that meant kinds of assessments out there and so what i would say is i encourage anyone to look at the language around it and if it really speaks to you then that's a great one for you..
The Indicator from Planet Money
Fisher Vs. Keynes: Investing Tragedy And Triumph
"Irving fisher was born in eighteen sixty seven in the town of saugerties. New york got his phd economics from yale in eighteen ninety one and for most of his adult life he enjoyed this almost unparalleled streak of success. Yeah not just as a great economist but also as an entrepreneur and investor. Tim harford is the author of the data detective. A new book that includes a chapter about irving fisher. He was the basically the inventor of what we now call the rolodex card filing system. That made him a multimillionaire. He was a diet and fitness expert. He published a book called how to live which was the freakonomics of its day. Only sold five hundred thousand copies. He set up the life extension institute. He was a campaigner on prohibition. He was a vegetarian. Assist an astonishing a prolific campaigner and thinker and he made a lot of money in the markets for a while as the stock market in the nineteen twenties was going up and up fisher was investing more and more money into it in fact even though he was already investing a ton of his own money he was also borrowing even more money to invest in stocks so that he could boost his returns fisher was just supremely confident about his forecast that the market would keep going up confident both in his own intelligence and also in the possibility of using data and statistics to predict the future. So that's where irving fisher was right before the crash of nineteen twenty. Nine john maynard. Keynes the other. Great economists of the era got there a little differently. Canes was definitely already considered one of the great economic minds of the time and just like irving fischer canes knew. He was the smartest guy in every room. He walked into same. Yeah me too something. We all share with gains right. But unlike irving fisher john maynard. Keynes had gotten some things wrong. By that point he had been humbled by the market before he had an early investment fund immediately after the first world war that just went went bankrupt and it was fine canes raise more money went back into the market. Got everyone's cashback. Everyone lived happily ever after but he had that experience going. Oh yeah. I thought i was smart on the market. Maybe i'm not smart on the market when the crash of one thousand nine hundred nine arrive. The stock market collapsed more than twenty percent in two days and within three years it had fallen more than eighty nine percent from where it was before the crash. Both and john maynard. Keynes lost a lot of money on their investments in the crash but there is a huge difference in how they responded so after the crash fisher kept doubling down on the same investments. He even kept borrowing money to invest in the same. Losing stocks for example fisher owned stock in a company called remington rand and right before the crash remington rand stock was at fifty eight dollars share but after the crash of two three months it was twenty eight dollars. A share and fisher was borrowing money and buying more shares at twenty eight dollars for years into the crash. It was one dollars a share. That is how to be a millionaire. Lose everything maybe fisher believed that his precious data just could not be wrong or that he could not be wrong or that. His self worth was tied up in this idea that he was right. Whatever the case he couldn't change his mind and he lost everything. Canes was different kane street at his failures as a chance to learn a chance to improve his process up to the crash he'd been investing based on his ability to predict the ups and downs of the whole economy. But after the crash he decided that that was just too hard to unknowable so he changed his strategy to investing in companies that he believed had good management and he thought would go up over time no matter what the overall economy was doing. Canes made a fortune for himself and for the endowment of king's college us money he was managing one of the things he said when he was trying to raise money from his own father was win or lose. This high stakes gaming amuses me. That's that's just an amazing linked to say when you're trying to persuade someone to give you money and yet in the end it helps because he just didn't take it so personally for the past few decades. A psychologist named philip tat. Lock has studied the behaviors that lead to better forecasting being very precise predictions constantly. Checking to see if your forecasts or proving true and updating your forecast if they are not true all of these make you a better forecaster. But tim says if he had to summarize. All of this research on a bumper sticker. Full cost is better when they recognized. They might be wrong and they are asking themselves. What am i missing. What perspective having tie considered. Who haven't i talked to that sort of almost paranoid suspicion that you might have messed up. And the willingness to change your mind that leads to much better forecasting you know it sounds so obvious. Just be able to change your mind and yet in practice. People really struggle to change their minds especially about their deeply held beliefs. That irving fisher could not change his mind and john maynard. Keynes could ended up making all the difference in how they lived the rest of their lives a few months after the second world war at fissuring canes both died fisher was alone and nearly bankrupt hitting bailed out by his millionaire sister-in-law and he'd completely lost his reputation as a result of his failed forecast. It's such a tragic end to a great career. Canes died a millionaire the most famous and celebrated economists on the planet and there is a quote that sometimes gets attributed to canes that. Tim also likes to remember him by. He probably never said it but he lifted which is when the facts change. I change my
The Bobby Bones Show
ACM Awards brings live performances back to TV amid pandemic
"The ACM's announced that Taylor swift performing her new Song Betty during the ACM awards the show happens this Wednesday at eight seven central on CBS Russell Dickerson and his wife Kelly welcomed their first child. The baby boy was born on Thursday September tenth and his name is Remington Edward Dickerson lacomb scored his ninth consecutive number one single with Lebanon. You lucassie I country artists in history WHO's first nine singles have reached number one on the billboard country airplay chart
News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff
Western art collected by T. Boone Pickens offered at auction
"Of art depicting the American West and other items collected by the late Texas oil tycoon T. Boone Pickens expected to sell for more than $15 million at an auction next month, Christie's of New York announced yesterday. The auction will be held October 28th in New York. The art collection spans over a century. With works ranging from the Frederick Remington is the signal from 1900 to Howard Terp Ning's flags on the frontier from 2001. And
WTOP 24 Hour News
The Washington DC Region Is Under Tornado Watch, Flash Flood Warning
"It's going to be a stormy evening around the region. There is a threat of tornadoes. But right now we've got that severe thunderstorm warning. Let's get the latest from Mike's Jennifer and Good evening southern Fairfax County, Central Prince William County, which includes the cities of the NASA, Manassas Park, under a severe thunderstorm, warning until 7 15 deceiving A powerful thunderstorms stretches from Knoxville to Linden Hall to the NASA's. It's moving off to the east at 50 Miles an hour any time that we see a strong moving that fast, we can almost guarantee that you'll see wind damage. So of Manassas Park, Clinton, Burke Watch out, and eventually, this cell may appreciate Springfield. And new intent. Lord and Lakeridge, too, So keep a close eye on their behind this cell. There's a powerful thunderstorm near Remington right now between remission and Culpepper, the moving off to the east at around 45 miles an hour. These cells may start to rotate, and if they do, they may become super cells who may see some more tornado warnings. Come out. So the tornado watch continues for the entire region until 10 o'clock tonight, the good news that the first band of storms is moving off to these very quickly. So our eastern suburbs will get a brief break. But now we'll watch the western suburbs of the possibility of some severe thunderstorms over the next few hours and I'll be back in just a couple of minutes. With your complete forecast. Say Mike while we have you here, of course. So we had that raid off radar confirmed Tornado in the Annapolis area. What more do you know about it right now? Nothing Here. I've checked the storm reports out of the national weather Service that we've not nothing. It's going to be until we get somebody out there and take a look around. See if they're that there was any wind at which the will find out if we didn't get any damaged all so a lot of these. Ah, tornadoes with these cells are f zero Any F once they don't have really high winds. But they just shows rotation, which is always a concern anything for so we'll keep an eye on that for you. But as of right now, we've had no confirmed damage reports from that
iHeart Podcast Channel
As coronavirus cases spike, North Carolina puts curfew on alcohol sales
"Alcohol sales curfew. That's how many North Carolina business owners or describing Governor Roy Cooper's latest executive order that cuts off sales after 11 PM Cooper's action and attempt to curb the community spread of the Corona virus among large gatherings of people at bars and restaurants, State health officials are reporting a spike in the number of covert 19 hospitalizations within the last few days, new figures released today. They show the number of patients being hospitalized was 1240 For today, the highest number on record Vice President Mike Pence is scheduled to visit the state tomorrow. Pencil to of the Fae, Lee's Academy and Apex and the Remington Firearms Plant, has announced this filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy for the second time in three years. I'm
Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
Saturday WERE GOING TO BUILD OUR OWN TABLE!
"Day when everybody. How's it going? You ever reached native opinion. We are an indigenous information and education radio, show and podcast. Every week we talked about current affairs related to and from our own native American perspectives. My name is Michael, kicking bear and this guy over here. You can see him catch you. Well actually. How good morning your brother, how are you? I'm well. Thank you, are you? Doing I'm doing good. Health Wise, actually a David I were talking before we went on the air here and. I was happy to report that somehow in some way I've managed to lose pounds. So congrats good especially in a pandemic right so. I just decided I had to get serious with this so. Yeah so kind of happy about that. I should be like Yeah Ya. Doing. I am doing a good thank. You have waned myself off. The Oh, two excellent. So Excuse me. Feeling a little stronger every day. Long still have a ways to go, but they'll get there, yeah. Well you know, obviously I don't have to tell you. Take precautions and especially in the light of the fact that your state is. One of. Many that are spiking right now. So. Well we're we're. We're adding so many cases so quick. Every day we break record. And one day this week, we. had. Eight thousand. Nine thousand new cases in one day. It's just. It's just insane because of responsibility. Absolutely. That's absolutely was to. Morning San chat rooms open you guys. If you're listening to live you can go to our website. NATIVE OPINION DOT COM instructions their please please feel free to join us here in chat. So. let's see also a regular who listens to the show in a participates in chat is bath and she will not be with us today. She She is participating in a She said he poetry marathon. Storming out her time there. And says wanted me to pass on that. She says hate everybody and wish her luck at I guess it's a writing. Suppose him on poetry so they have to produce. New Poems I guess every hour I'm not quite sure how that works that sounds. That sounds like insanely challenging. Especially creatively. Guess Henceforth Day Marathon. Yeah Yeah. Let's say to say the least morning. Sean good to see you there and chat. Show. Yeah and that's also sent us an article brother. Regarding and I know we covered this I'm going to say probably going back a couple of years ago. Maybe not quite that long, but tytler reads REMINGTON. preps for bankruptcy sale to Navajo nation. We were This is the recent article because it was June twenty-sixth. This year I'll just read a little bit from the article. REMINGTON Arms America's oldest gun maker is preparing to file for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection. And is in advanced talks for a potential sale to the Navajo nation the Wall Street. Journal reported on Friday. REMINGTON is making preparations for the native American tribes serve as they lead bidder to purchase its assets out of chapter. Eleven. The Journal reported here. People familiar with the matter so. I I seem to remember. That Remington, and or the tribe was considering purchasing. The company. didn't realize that they were in trouble. And then like as we were at speculating before we went on the air, I. You said If. You're the federal government. And this is this is this guy's listening to? So? It's a good question or if you WANNA email us. Hosts with an S. host that native opinion dot com you can comment. But. Looking at this from the perspective of the federal government, or probably more accurately today, looking at this through the eyes of white supremacists. Do you want a native American tribe owning a gun company? Just put that out. Well, the good thing is the government can't block it. Yes, that is true. That is true. Can't block the sale, but all all the conversations that I had about And one not necessarily dropping a seat of hint. To other nations out there. But all the discussions that I've had over the years of wealth of Zavod over the years about true sovereignty would have to include. Defensive Our borders meaning. The ability to form something beyond a police department. Right. So. Anyway that's. Leave it there, but I just I just found that to be an interesting thought process maybe. but but if the sale goes through, and that's what nomination wants to do, congrats man you know. I. No reason. To not think it's a good idea, you know
Red Eye Radio
Supreme Court Says Sandy Hook Families Can Sue the Remington Gun Maker
"Relatives of the victims of the sandy hook elementary school shooting one of victory in the Supreme Court to say supremum court will not stop relatives of the victims of the sandy hook elementary school shooting from continuing with their suit against Remington in Connecticut state court the company manufactured the rifle used by Adam Lanza in the twenty twelve shooting that left twenty children and six adults dead their suit is a test of a two thousand and five law passed in Congress that shields gun makers from liability when one of their products has been used in a crime the law has exceptions related to marketing and advertising the suit claims that Remington glorified the A. R. fifteen type rifle in marketing toward young men and
WSJ What's News
Supreme Court allows Sandy Hook families' lawsuit against gunmaker to go forward
"The High Court also. Oh left in place. A Connecticut ruling that allowed victims families from the two thousand twelve. Sandy Hook elementary school shooting to sue the maker of a popular assault rifle used used in the massacre. The court in a brief written Tuesday said it wouldn't consider an appeal by REMINGTON arms that sought to have the lawsuit dismissed. The company argued that the civil claims for monetary damages were prohibited by two thousand five federal law in which Congress protected gun makers from legal liability the families have argued that the assault rifle was marketed. In a way that promoted violence the Wall Street Journal's Brent Kendall says the court as is customary declined to explain why it decided not to hear the appeal L. However I think we can extrapolate from the courts action today that they're not eager to get involved in this area or to flesh out what kinds of legal protections the gun industry history will or won't have twenty six people were shot to death at the school including twenty children.
The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal
House Intelligence Committee announces more public hearings
"From now the house will open the first public hearing of an impeachment investigation into president trump ABC's Erin to Turkey in Washington says lawmakers will question to career state department officials to start the first public hearing on Wednesday is just the beginning the house intelligence committee has now scheduled a total of seven public hearings over the next two weeks eleven different witnesses will testify including some recommended by Republicans for one Tim Morrison at the National Security Council who was corroborated accounts of the pressure applied to the Ukrainian president but he said he was not concerned anything illegal was discussed with president trump a whistle blower complaint about the president's July twenty fifth phone call with Ukraine's president led to the inquiry the Supreme Court won't block a lawsuit brought by families of sandy hook victims against the maker of the gun used in the mass those are only showing Remington arms the maker of that Bushmaster rifle they allege that the company knowingly marketed that weapon two civilians for offense of combat style operations against their perceived enemies the company wanted this court to squash that suit the justices refused so it will go forward a big step for gun control advocates
Mac and Gaydos
Supreme Court will allow Sandy Hook families to move forward in suit against gunmaker Remington
"Court to Supreme Court denied an appeal from Remington arms the maker of the A. R. fifteen that the gunman used in the massacre at sandy hook elementary school the court declined to hear Remington's assertion that it is inoculated from liability by federal law the decision means the lawsuit brought by new town families can continue and their attorney said he is ready to proceed toward trial the families have accused Remington of what they called a profit driven strategy to expand sales of the A. R. fifteen at the expense of American safety Aron Kader ski ABC news the
Sandy Hook families can sue gun maker, Supreme Court rules
"Lisa the Supreme Court is allowing a lawsuit to go forward against the maker of the rifle used in the sandy hook elementary school shooting in twenty twelve without comment the justices rejected an appeal from Remington arms which makes the Bushmaster rifle used in the massacre that left twenty six dead including twenty first graders the gunmaker argued that a twenty oh five law shields manufactures from lawsuits when their products used in crimes the family say Remington's marketing inspired at
U.S. Supreme Court will not shield gun maker from Sandy Hook lawsuit
"Hall the Supreme Court has dealt a blow to the gun industry refusing without comment to block a lawsuit against Remington arms from family members of nine victims of the sandy hook massacre in twenty twelve the families argue the gun makers marketing practices inspired the killer who used a Remington made Bushmaster a military style rifle to kill twenty six people in Newtown Connecticut including twenty first