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"tom gresham gun" Discussed on Gun Talk

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08:39 min | 1 year ago

"tom gresham gun" Discussed on Gun Talk

"Back with the. Tom Gresham gun talk a lot of take time out right now. Got The corona virus. Pandemic ranges are closed. A lot of our to go where shoot and we know. We know this to be true shooting perishable skill. You don't continue to shoot you. Don't continue to work at it. Your skill deteriorates it goes away. So what can you do uring in this enforced time out? Are there things you can do? Well joining us to talk about that as a guy that kind of figured it all out backs. Michelle is he's the captain of the stig shooting team team sick. He is a world record holder. He has seven world speed shooting championships. The list just goes on and on. He's also a neighbor of ours in just a genuinely nice guy. Hey Max how are you sir? Tom Thanks for having me on you. Bet Hey I was just a week ago. They were all out the range. We got to see you. We're doing some video with you out there exactly. Yeah it was great to see you guys the first time my first outing for a while there we should say this is a private range where we go and we were still doing social distancing even an outdoor rains. We're shooting video from afar if you will but I mean this has been a weird time in normally. You're out shooting all the time. And you're out doing stuff. And no you work on things you because of. What do you have to practice? You have to drill. You have to work on stuff all the time. So what can you do? What are you doing and then what can we do to try to maintain some skills? Yeah I think for me no time like everyone else you know. Initially the first couple of weeks you're just trying to be reactive to what the situation and what was going on. And and then once you realize. Hey this a real deal. I mean. It'd be proactive. What can I do for me at least for my professional career? I kinda lift by three pillars during these last two or three months and really it was just staying in shape physically keeping my mind sharp mentally and dry firing And I can elaborate a little bit on all of those if you like Yes I mean from a physical aspect you know just trying to stay in good general health. My son's a local high school football player so he has a workout program and I would work out with him because again. We couldn't go to the gym. We have our homework out. It's Kinda stay more. So in general health and help motivate one another and I would add an hour or so on to everyone of those workouts shooting specific exercises whether it be footwork or dumbbell exercises ladder. Work Explosive exercises balance course ability things of that nature just kind of keep me physically healthy and to keep me good for movement and my matches and then on the mental side of things I think that's probably the most important one besides dry fires the mental aspect of cognitive thinking in other words always challenging our brain whether it be There's there's a lot of exercise you can do but blaze pods is. He's a little light. Systems. You can do or vector ball essentially bounce the ball it blinks color. It's blue red or green. You will do the appropriate act so you really thinking kind of you know. Kinda thing mentally sharp and use it for my gun stuff right so if I see blue I might draw from the whole if I see Green. I MIGHT DO MAGAZINE CHANGE. And this is all in dry fire of course And then the dry fire side of things. I think look whether you're competitive shooter or someone that's out there trying to protect your loved ones. We can break down. A number of skill sets up. Make US successful at our discipline and when isolate those drills so whether it be drawing from the Holster magazine changes concealment whatever it is. I do thirty to sixty minutes of dry fire. Probably every other day or so and the most important part of that is doing what I call the crawl. Walk run and that's where you basically do your first ten reps at super slow speed very technically correct next ten reps a little faster and then your final ten reps are that third set at a at a hundred and ten percent speed at a speed in which you might make mistakes so that we can see what those mistakes are and then we go back to that crawl as a finish it off so in other words I would probably do. Fifty percent of all of my dry fire at half speed can really learn the process. And also Kinda push myself through during that time as well. It's an interesting idea. I get the slow because you need to drill. Make sure that you're not making mistakes mechanics. And you're thinking the right thoughts and all that and you get up there and do dry firing but the the super speed one hundred ten where. You're actually going fast fashion. You know that you should to be really good at it because you want to know not just where the wheels fall off. But why and how right exactly yes. If I can make those mistakes at home in training you know then in a stressful situation. I can revert back to my Jack them revert to my training and have proper form technique at combat speed. You know I want that combat speed to be faster. Better see me. I'm trying to gain one percent here or half a percent there You know so. I'm just trying to gain everywhere I can but I'm definitely a very technical shooter. Very technically and everything that. I do but there are times when I say okay. Let's look. Let's make some mistakes. I WanNa see him now right here so that way. I know what they are not gonNA address them and be better because of it. When you're driving firing. Are you own only target? I do one of the things that I changed. Especially during this quarantine is that I have some different scale target so I have one third scale target and one six scale target. So if I'm manning at ten feet it looks like ten yards or fifteen yards or wherever you stand at whatever size target. So you're working now. That takes care of the aiming. Era does a good to shoot at a bed sheet at five feet. I mean who cares? You know you go down smaller smaller. And now there's a what are you looking at? I mean because that's one of the things I always like to ask you. What are your is doing win? Your dry fine. Are you actually getting hard? Focus on the front side are what are you doing here? So it depends on the distance the difficulty that target so in fact while. I'm sitting right here right now and I'm talking to you. I have several targets sitting in front of me and my dry far area. And they're all different sizes and different for me depending on the distance and the difficulty that shot will dictate how much site How much vision on the site? I have and how much target focus I would have. And if I'm using a red dot it's going to dictate how much stabilization I. I I look for in that dot or how much movement allow it to have But I'm definitely we're really talking about that for a second talk about that because that was very interesting. How much stabilization so. You're not trying to necessarily have the dot be completely motionless. Yeah so I'm I'm one of those weird that like to go fast with a gun. I just love doing it and as fast as possible. We have to accept less but we can only accept less when were capable of doing so in other words if the target is that five yards away and it's wide open I can have a lot of dot movement. My Dot can be moving all around the middle of that target which is a pretty good pretty good movement. So I'm looking for acceptable. Accuracy that same movement on a target triple distance would be all over the target. It wouldn't necessarily be in the inside of the target so that would dictate a little bit more stabilization of the Dot And then of course that further shot even more so or it could be a target at five yards. That's had the hottest type situation. That's different aiming spot for me. If I'm aiming on a much smaller surface area target even at a closer distance I need more I needed demand more stabilization from that dot. So I always tell folks. It's three three different sites pictures that I use what I call the flash a floating in a focused flash being that dot is just going all over the place but as long as it's going all over the place in the middle of that targets somewhere in that General Middle Area I can accept that and make a good shot with proper stance grip and trigger control now that targets that mid range distance. I need that floating site picture. So it's kind of floating on the target. It's not necessarily stopped but it's not necessarily moving around like crazy either. It's kind of floating in the middle. That and then that final target or that what I call my focus I picture. That's when the dot is completely stable or much. My Normal Arkham movement will allow stabilize so me is the shooter. I have to determine what's acceptable and what's not acceptable. Depending on the distance or the difficulty that shot and iron sights was going to say. Why don't you hold? That thought one take a break when we come back. I want to talk about one of the things you do. People may not know is yeah. They know that you win. Matches like crazy but you also work with and train some elite Military and law enforcement types out there and we're talk about what you can pick up from that what do you show them. And what can we who are carrying guns for Defence? Kind of pick up from this idea of you could fashion you to go slower wind. Should you that type? We're talking with Max Michelle team captain for six. Our great conversation..

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"tom gresham gun" Discussed on KTOK

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10:43 min | 2 years ago

"tom gresham gun" Discussed on KTOK

"Welcome to Tom Gresham's guns all where right is always a right not a privilege. Hey welcome back one of the fun things we get. this case we get to tell you about something that you know if you've been around the gun business for a long. and I've been around for a long time you see an awful lot of things come out there you go. okay great cool a new finish wow that's article flat dark earth yeah we can all get behind that one. every once in awhile someone comes along you go and why. really and then you go home it's really different. well we got to see something like that two months ago join me to talk about that actually this is the big reveal the big announcement either feel straighter joins us from six hour Phil how are you Sir. I'm good thanks how are you good good we want to get a shooter on here but we got you instead so it's okay so yeah hello in other but if you can what you got. deals with the issues we are work register the people now and elect to be able to see that the video really releasing tomorrow you came down to Mississippi you brought a a box full of cool new guns some of you yeah we couldn't talk about some some been released already Palmer gun it weighs more the steel gun that's crazy and are you going what you guys think about is like that's not too many shooting go I get it okay. you know I mean it you know what the thing I come away from all this with when I work with you and so the folks at sick is that it's this kind of weird demonic combination of really. activists in a super sharp competitive shooters and engineers working together to bring out weird stuff and you go well there's like head slapping Comstock you're living. yeah you're right I mean I hate to a lot of people pigeon hole competitive shooters into you know the. something is not very realistic and something that you know is not going to apply to your everyday shooter and you know it's not the way it is we've all we want is a gun that shoots better now that recalls less than does all the things we wanted to do and that's usually the same thing aperture wants which is why it's always good to have someone to shoot a lot of the shoots a lot and gives them tried to get the most out of the firearm for help with the design process and everything and I've been really blessed because. listen to me and and you know taking my input and and where a good spot right now okay so you put in you know I'm a huge fan of the P. three sixty five but then again I'm not alone that that that talk about a runaway success I don't even think you guys had any idea how successful that this was going to be well I I I I mean I don't want to say I don't sound confident but. you know I this is the gun that I I've been wanting my whole life you know I'm having a gun for twenty years and I finally had an opportunity to help with the concept and design and and launch of a gun that I've always wanted to have and now you know I was in that position so. I wasn't as surprised I was I was I knew would be polarizing like everything cigars there's some people. yeah and it still lives but from all of the whole you know I've seen a lot of praise about it of course you know it it wouldn't be sick if someone did get on there and you know crap all over it when one thing. and it felt like it but it's a it's a viral problem but you know all in all its guns the spend spend doing really really well so were were capitalizing on it with a few new models of it okay so this latest thing you brought it out to the range were doing this guns and gear segment and it's like you're looking around over your shoulder gawking nobody can see this you can't tell anybody about it then you open up this case we're looking to go. you left off some of the parts on the three sixty four. dude there are no sights on this gun have you not noticed there no site Phil what do you think in here. yeah I know I I so at my boss took me over to the metro light blue and he said look you gotta go come over and see the site is really cool and so I go over to look at it and yeah I initially. when I first saw it I thought that the first thought I had with the fall first of all a lot of. the worst while running them robin shooting completo shooting for twenty five twenty six years and I've been shooting iron sights no front sight recyclable that made it much thought right it with some red dot shooting in there but not a lot and so obviously I wasn't thrilled about it but I like I said I would give this a chance and I had them send me a couple of just the past and I actually just dumped him out of that too two or three twenty at the range and once I put it on a gun my initial reaction when I just pointed at or something aimed at something is the same reaction that one hundred percent of all shooters not just you know new shooters or consideration as well every single shooter has had the same response every time they put the gun and some of them see the site and it's it's a it's a wow moment it's like wow this is really different and and thought that that was what sort of follows okay that's really interesting but the proof is in the pudding I wanna go out shoot it before I really put in a kind of a horse power behind and when I shot it and it was instantaneously I became a believer in the site and analysts are looking at it looking at three sixty five and realizing that the funds for that site is about the same with the flood of three sixty five and it opened up a lot of opportunities to do a lot of interesting things about god and we've already been working on Mustafa controls and and that kind of thing and better than playing around with the port of model the state was viable and that was in this just kind of it led to an opinion on the like well why don't we just put this on the gun and and have a completely smooth snag proves truly spectacle yeah they get past that is what the factors in the smoke and you got it the P. three sixty five stats that we've done Jake anti snag models before right are very nice and they're very popular but this is like a new generation of it and again like I said there's going to be people who hate on this site just like they've been hate on the gun a little bit but I and I did too I was completely guilty of it but once on the range one to hold it once a shot. let me explain to people what are we gonna Peter sixty five this the small gun we have no iron sights on it whatsoever we also have taken off all the bumps in the protrusions on all sides and then in the very back of the slide there is mounted into the gun a he red dots like site. when you pull the gun up you see a green dot and when if you put that it's a tool to lie open site when you put a green dot on the target it's on but more than that if you need fine tuning there is a circle inside the green dot kerchief I'm doing this right field and then if you get that wind up like a ghost ring site inside the other you can find shoot it and we had absolutely no problem taking head shots at fifteen yards with this gun with norm sites on. yeah it yet that that right if they if the if they fiberoptic Howard and flash trillion power for low light application fiber optic dot for a lack of a better term a green and has a circle around it so like you said it. it's it's a rich really interesting but when we invented it down on the slide we create the little rear window so when you put the gun up in front of you to aim at the the the dot to green dot circle it's literally right over your hand that's as low as you could possibly put any finding the life including the iron sight anything so with its intuitive in it and it literally jumps in front of you and I'm AT and I've been shooting for a long time and I you know I know exactly how fast I can draw on shooter target exactly at what distances and this site inside of ten yards I'm faster doing gauge with the site on the first shot basis than anything I've ever shop because it's so fast and so into it of it's perfect for close quarter shooting of seven yards can't even ten yards ahead now said if you if you have the time the perfectly put the green dot inside of the green circle in yeah we were making fifteen yard shot that I took it up for writers event I was shooting a hundred yards chest plate you know one out of you know fifty percent hit rate at a hundred yards of granite it's more absolutely not designed for first. like to go to the posted like to go to the range and shoot you know not holes at twenty five yards it's not terribly practical for your CCW holder but people like to do it and that's not what this gun is designed to do this is a you know a realistic engagement defensive site and it is it's Cory's I've never look it's like the same again after using. are your speed shooter. what is this dot do for speed. well it I wasn't sure first because typically I'm so used to saying a front side and we're not you know when I pull the trigger the front sight rises and were crops and I'm I'm used to think what I used to that so I thought when also shooting this it would be slower because it wouldn't it wouldn't work it wouldn't recall on the cover the same way and on the first shot fired and the green dot came out of the green circle just like the front sight word in it settle back in place really quickly and with a ported barrel shooting yeah hi I am a lot of it it's even faster recover so it was a it was literally like shooting a red dot well having to worry about you know moving arrests around to try to find the right guy parallax in the screen it was just it's instinctual and it's hard to sleep when I'm just on rich just their bill on second me take a quick break we want to keep talking about this because I will tell people this is one of those when you took out the case I thought well that's just stupid a lot of people going to say that on the internet when they're not see that and that were.

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06:40 min | 2 years ago

"tom gresham gun" Discussed on KTOK

"It is to host a radio show that will bring true thing common sense to the discussion of firearms rights in this country. Good luck to you, and your Tom Gresham Gun Talk to you. Back with the Tom Gresham here. Our number eight six six talk gun. Occasionally, you meet somebody who you know, your would love to tap into all the experience guest is certainly one of those buddies guy who frankly, you would never know all the qualifications. He has all the things he's done all the places he's gone because you're not actually legally allowed to know. I welcome in Wayne black from Wayne black and associates waiting. Thank you for being there man. It's my pleasure. All right. I mean, just a brief background, you forty years of professional security experience, working for three letter agencies and other groups. Fair enough. That's fair. Okay. I, I don't I never know exactly how much you can talk about the stuff that you've done, or who you work for. Talk about whatever we can't, thanks for having me. Okay. Absolutely. We met briefly. I was out at gunsight and doing a class of Steve Toronto, who you hit known work with. And he's one of the team members for your group. You do all sorts of things from security to VIP security to threat analysis to actually go in recovering people and part of the world where you need to go in your whole background your whole world is. Security, some forward another. Is that kind of fair? It is somber me recently because of everything that's happening. It's been focused more on a Cessna threat assessments, and in red teaming integrity testing of, of facilities churches, synagogues schools. And you're based in Florida. And when we talked, we met, one of the things that just was like top of mind for you was the parked on shooting, and Florida and you have an interesting take on that. And some of this is is out there for people. But if you, would you say we all just it was a failure of this, or that, but you started going through this huge failure all levels. But where does the where does it end up landing for you? Well, like I mentioned when we spoke, I think that park parking was the perfect storm. I mean, almost every, every perimeter if you will any every layer of security failed from division of children and families, even the FBI, call in number, of course, but the, the sheriff's officer, the local level and, and this guy did everything. But, but send a letter that he was coming. In. Fact he did send some notes and and his his red flags were denied. And then we had that resulting course into the forty eight minute wait for people to go in and rescue those kids. That's the one that, of course, for a lot of us just calls us more than anything else. Yeah. They missed or ignored or didn't take action on a whole lot of signs and warnings ahead of time. But now who in the shooting is going on, and you have police officers sitting outside not doing anything? How do we as people who? I mean my makeup is. Here's the we have not had this conversation. But I've told my wife before, look my deal is I'm not gonna go. I'm not there to help the world. But if it's a school, I'm going in, even if it means I'm not coming back, and she knows that going in. That's just one of those deals. I'm going in to see what I can do to help. How do we make sense of a Russell with police officers sitting outside and letting these kids get shot? I don't know since that happened when we've done assessments at schools that have private security, companies, or private security officers we've asked that question based on what happened in parkland. And, and most of them will say, of course, I'm going in some of them surprisingly enough that work with a couple high end security companies in the United States will say, well, our lawyers are telling us that we're going to stand by outside and wait and secure the area and support police. So even today, even after part one not everybody's going in. Wow. Well, okay. You you've done this in much tougher situations than that all over the world worked with the best teams that exist on the planet. What's your take for somebody who say somebody like me, okay? Never been military, never done with the kind of stuff you've done, but I've been through several classes at gunsight in other places. Can't a person like me and you have a pretty good sense of what that skill level would be be effective. Of course you can you can make a difference. But look, you've said, you've been a gun sight you've got the training, you know what you're gonna do. You've had that cognitive training that, that you've thought about it. It's those of us that don't think about whether we can do it that are going to pause and, and have that delay at the time. And as you know, Steve Terai talks about normalcy bias and recognizing the threat. So you're already passed that you've trained and you know what you're going to do. What can the average person do help himself or herself, be ready for something like that? Well, I think they can train, they can think about it in terms of a bigger picture, though. If you've got kids at school, you know, ask your school what, what have you're done. What's your plan? Yeah. We always say if you have to deal with somebody at the front door with a gun. You really don't have a plan in your about your about half in trouble. At least. So what's the plan who's the security guys at the school? What's the perimeter plan layers of security, chokepoints mean a limited access coming in? What, what do you do about troubled kids about referrals, you know, those kinds of things we were not in a position where where we can, you know, deny things are happening as we you and I talked about gun side. I said the chances of this happening again at a school in the United States are hundred percent. I'll tell you that again today the chances of another one hundred percent. It's how we handle it. We try to prevent that makes the difference. Amazing. We're talking with Wayne black. Wait. Hold on second year. Got take a quick break here. We'll come back and talk more about this. What can you do what could each of.

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"tom gresham gun" Discussed on KTOK

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05:47 min | 2 years ago

"tom gresham gun" Discussed on KTOK

"Welcome back to Tom Russians Gun Talk from the ruder base at the NRA show. Tom Gresham Gun Talk at the annual means you're having a ball here. Joined by Beth Walker Beth you are perhaps the youngest member of team, Ruger. Now, I am you are. Okay. Let me get you Mike up there. So all right. How old are you? Gotta tell people I'm seventeen years old. All right. How long have you been competitively for just under three years now? Okay. So what are you hold events? So I primarily she three gun rifle. Pistol shotgun competitions. And I also I'm getting into the Bianchi Cup and precision rifle shooting. Why? Well. It's always seemed interesting to me. But it's just something that I thought with the product versatility here at Ruger that I could really capitalize upon. How'd you get started? So getting started for me was kind of unique story I had to really severe concussions. I played volleyball basketball softball before. And you know, playing contact sports kind of became a little bit of a terrific danger. Concussions. Yeah. Won't be doing. So from there we came to the NRA annual meetings in Indianapolis actually in two thousand fourteen so it's been five years. And that's kind of where I got my start. I met people and at about took about two years two and a half years to really get me full force into it after of those natural competitors, aren't you? Yes. I'm a very competitive person. So you're okay, you're playing all these context sports one of the things I've always heard about shooting, which is fascinating. And of course, you're a great example of it is that almost anybody can do is terms of big physical. Oh, yes, sir. And you could do it at a very early age, and you can do it in your eighties. Actually, should you competitively that loan which is kinda cool because there's not much in the way of competitive sports. You can do or that structure of time. You look at you look at Jerry Mitchell, you look at you know, duck Ava on your team. You know, you're going these guys are shooting into their fifties. And beyond. It's it's pretty amazing. So. So tell me about your like, you, I gather you basically had to adjust your education. So that you could go out and shoot be on the road. Year of high school. I missed around sixty days a little bit more than that. And it was yes, it was all shooting related competitions trade shows industry shows just different things like that. And that was causing me to have to miss school. And they were very very supportive of me. And wanted me to be able to go out and get this kind of career like training. But it was something where it was so stressful on me aunt as well as my teachers and the administration, and so we decided to from there go to online school. So that I had a little bit more flexibility or the BBC project. I'm Indiana delegate for the DC project. We have over fifty women now representing all almost all fifty states, and we go, and we meet with our legislators every year in Washington DC and talk to them kinda put a new face on the second amendment. But also to show them that there are women out there that really do support the second amendment in very diverse ways. Right. All right. So it has to be a bit surprising. Guessing disarming when they see you come in because you are a very young woman. You're you're at that break point where we're so you're a girl, but you're a woman right down just just turned seventeen. And when you walk in a competitive shooter, this is what I do. That's what kind of reaction. Do you get a live in have had kind of a little bit of a shocked reaction? There are other competitive shooters that don't do go and do this project with me. But from the standpoint of being as young as I am Dakota overland, and I have both gotten that reaction to go. She's very well versed in the same type of things that I am the the competitive shooting as well as going to DC project. She's been there the same years that I have and we've we've grown together in it. But they they've reacted pretty well. I've had a couple of people ask questions about well. How does any firearms legislation? That's passing right now really affect you. It doesn't affect you as a competitive shooter. But it does. So that's good. If they're asking questions, it means. They're engaged. It opens the door for you to come in and feel. That boy. So that's great. So all right. So you're shooting on team, Ruger, your toured the country, you're doing all this stuff. What's next for you next? For me. I'm looking into college. I would like to go and maybe get involved in politics. I do some political things obviously with the DC project. And then I'm doing magazine articles for a conservative women's magazine as well as I'm the state chair of Indiana for the empowered movement that in Tony offer started campus carry movement, and so I really want to get more involved in that avenue. And I think that having that background is a competitive shooter gives me a unique ability to be an advocate for the second amendment can get on shooting team or university. They are shooting teams at university is not really three guns. Yeah. So it would have to be trap action pistol something like your your venue, right? But it is growing. They the college shooting teams are growing, and I think that at some point depend it all depends on our firearms legislation and in the different states in what they pass. But as far as. Developing teams that can do these type of things I think there are a lot of colleges are very close. I know Texas A and M has a three team or good good deal with Walker. I know we're going to hear a lot more from you. I look forward to we're going to be doing this talking a good bit. I think in the years to come. Thank you so much for what you are doing. Appreciate you being there. You're a great voice that as well. And it would courage people. I mean the Dixie project, but also just standing up. Yes. Voice if you'll stand up nobody else's. You're gonna stand up.

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02:27 min | 2 years ago

"tom gresham gun" Discussed on KTOK

"Tom Gresham Gun Talk in our a annual meeting here. Visiting with Gallup from came Smith and western and a whole bunch of other logos on your shirt here, representing these federal premiums safari land Khan, doesn't my primary sponsors what events do you shoot. So I start my season out with NRA Bianca Cup. And that ends in may. Like a hardware start with really challenging. It is. And then I switched over to practical shooting in the in the on the back end of the year. So US PSA PSE, right? Okay. No. You're not doing three gun right now. It's it's funny. Because when I first started everybody did everything right everybody. Shots steel challenge. USPS PSA they did a little three three gun here and there, but now we're finding there are so many great shooters out there that you have to specialize. You had to pick a division or a platform and all the way at all. I did a couple years ago. Yeah. I love that nine twenty nine. I was telling somebody talk about revolvers. Look think about revolvers. There's something. If you will sensual about it because it's so analog. Yes. It's it's like, you're making the cylinder term when you press the trigger do, and I know it sounds goofy and weird. But there's just something special about revolver. I have learned so much just from competing with the revolver. And it's amazing because you know, you know, how hard the course of fire is being but if you can hit an x Ray at twenty five yards off hand with your revolver. You don't even think about it twice with your nine hundred eleven right? So it's really good. You learn a lot about the fundamentals, and they a lot of people take for granted. All right. So you're like the social media, you really know how to. Your facebook. All this stuff going. You do in a lot is working with people and helping them get involved in the shooting sports. Whether they're youngsters are dolts talk about that. I cut my teeth on that, you know, where I got my start a daddy's girl, I fell in love with the concept of owning a gun because of competition, and you know, whatever the reason is that we're involved with the second amendment, and why we believe in gun rights that was it for me. It started there. And there's a shooting sport out there for everyone. Whether you want to punch holes point, whether you want to run and gun with three guns or one or whatever there's something for everyone. And that's really unique in when you're.

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07:53 min | 2 years ago

"tom gresham gun" Discussed on KTOK

"Back here. Tom Gresham Gun Talk at the booth at the annual meetings in Indianapolis joined by absolutely true. I mean over for sports legend Ataman Terry joins us right now from the colts. Thank you so much for being here. It's my pleasure to be here. Thank you for having me on hometown here. It is. Yeah. You know, I live here in Indiana. And obviously when the area was going to be here. I I wanted to be down here every day, and and really really get involved with every everything I could I gotta tell people you've been doing signing autographs had this whole people here for me. I'm sitting setting up listening in right? Young man right at the end. There's about twelve years old. His dad says, you know, all play in the NFL remember this. And you said, you know, we just keep practice practice. And you look at you pointed his finger at says don't retire for ten years because I wanna play with you. It was pretty good said that about six years ago. I would've laughed and I said all right you deal. But I don't know if I can hold on for another ten twenty four for me. Now, I that's going to be difficult for me. Yeah. Where you're setting a record every year. Now, you know when you when you play this long they start to stack up a little bit. And I'm the oldest guy in the league have been for a few years been very fortunate to play for this will be my twenty four season and started. Yeah. It's been good blessed? Absolute future hall of Famer. That's coming your way. I heard you tell somebody something interesting little while ago said, you know, I was sitting in hunting before I was playing football. Jess, right. Really? That's right. Well, I was born and raised in South Dakota. And I know my my father used to take me out hunting about the time that I could handle the cold. So you know, when you're three or four years old didn't do a lot at that point. But I know I was walking with my dad and the dogs, you know, in the in the cornfields, South Dakota, picking picking up the birds that everybody else shot and got into it. And then when I got a little older my dad would let me carry a four ten or maybe at twenty two during during deer season or whatever just to get me involved in loving it. And you know, I I do it with my with my two boys as well. You know, they they get the bug. And then they just they just you know, you can't get away from it. Well, the problem is football season interferes with hunting season shared us. So how do you do that? Well, you know, I try to climb up into a tree and in archery season and then when it's gun season. I get one day off a week. And I try to if I don't have to big to list or honeydew list. I tried to get my butt up into the out into the woods and do a little hunting. And then and then really in the in the springtime the off-season like like now through the summer. I either I do some North America some Turkey hunt or something like that or even a destination on every once in a while just to keep my fill a little bit. But I definitely have a bucket list of stuff. Once I'm done playing football. I'll be I'll be in the woods allowed a lot of days in the fall. That's for sure when I was a kid one of the other kids, my age that one hundred with was Jones share, and it was always fun because we would often, you know, he when he was playing in Baltimore Colts same deal I had one day off and he could run out to eastern shore do a little duck or goose Hutton and run back. It's a real narrow window. But would you love it? You do it. Absolutely. Is. You know, the only problem for me is it's it's either a Monday or Tuesday, my kids are in school. So I go solo and then by week, I make sure I I get as much stuff that my wife needs to get done. But I usually try to keep that week and take the kids out with me too. I I really enjoy hunting with with younger kids and kind of introducing them to the outdoors and the and the gun world as well. I think if you teach him early they get they get addicted to it. They also learn good gun safety in in in how to do everything. Right. And then I it's just a lifetime experience. Some of my best memories are growing up with my dad, and my brothers, and now extending that onto my children to I think it's just a ton of fun. There's a progression that hunters go through. And you're describing there when you're young you just wanna kill something you want to kill something big as you get older. You want to kill a lot of stuff. And then you get to point where you want to actually bring other people in and take the kids out, and you can actually get more enjoyment out. Out of that. And watching their faces. Absolutely. There's many years that that I feel like I've tried to fill the tags for both of my boys and sometimes their friends that wanna come along. So their seasons that that, you know, people get anything to share. And I said, no, I didn't I I was part of a couple of different kids. Learn some, but I feel like I'm always the last one to go, which is okay to, you know, as I probably more joy watching other people, you know, shoot something and be a part of that. And just be around it. So it's fun. I guess I'm becoming a pretty good guy. I guess over my last handful of years practice right now. There's I guess the question is what is it that we enjoy so much about looking back and helping a youngster is we're seeing we're remembering what it was for us doing that. Well, you definitely for sure I think I love to see the excitement on their in their eye or are on their faces. When when you know, maybe it's a, you know, the thing that people always ask me all the time. Why do you get up at four o'clock in the morning and go freeze your butt off to to go. Duck hunt deer hunting or this or that. And I go if you've never done it. You wouldn't understand? But but what you know sitting out in the in the field as your Turkey hunting. And you watch the sun come up, and you watch the birds start to wake up and make their noises. Then you hear a Turkey gobble in the background. And I if you've never done it. You wouldn't understand once you've done it? Then then it alive. Yeah. Absolutely. So I I just I find a lot of joy in doing that. And I'd like to introduce that to other people, and I say kids, but it doesn't have to be killed my teammates have gone with. And you know, maybe their city kids done because I'm sure you've got some guys playing who didn't go up. Yeah. No for sure a lot of them have. And and it's funny because they always come to me, and they're like, hey, go hunting or, hey, I'm thinking about buying a new, you know, self-defense something I wanna buy new gun, and I go that's like saying I want to I want something to get to work. Well, what are you looking for you start the conversation? I asked him about twenty questions, and then we kinda start narrowing stuff down. And then we then we have a good idea of what we're looking for exactly. And that's really the people's. They always say what gun should I go? Well, stop. We're going to do the twenty questions. All right. We're gonna work our way into it. Right. And you know, and of course, you're doing things with FEMA, which is always fun to be able to recommend. Nothing's gonna blow back on me. This is always going to be good stuff. I just don't have to worry about it. Yep. So there's a real value in that just say look just we're just having a conflict with the guy over here. He said we always tell this to to buy the good stuff. That's no one's ever saw that. They bought the good stuff. Now anything. Absolutely my dad always said that to you do it. Right. The first time or you buy something. Good quality the first time, then you're not wishing that you, you know, if you buy something that's not, you know, you always dealing with it, and obviously F NBN battle-proven. And all that. I mean, you know, what you get it's gonna last year lifetime. It's you're never gonna have issues with it. And and so it's easy to sit in their booth and support and promote their brand because it's it's awesome stuff. You know, and. In some of their, you know, their sister companies do some stuff with Browning and some of that stuff at times. And and you know, it depends. You know, somebody goes, hey, I want I want a shotgun to shoot clays or something. Well, that's something different then. Yeah. Or whatever, you know, and so home defense or or a great handgun or and then obviously has the scars and all that. Yeah. Exactly. All right. Out of military. Thank you so much. I really appreciate your time. Appreciate what you do. And I'm gonna tell you more than the football. I appreciate the way that you are working with youngsters and the way that you handle everybody here. It's really a credit to everybody. Thank you. Thank you. I'm so happy that that the NRA convention did so all the people here in India really embracing coming in and I love to see the young kids be out here. So it's it's always my pleasure trick. Thank you so much. All right. Don't go far.

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"tom gresham gun" Discussed on KTOK

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08:29 min | 2 years ago

"tom gresham gun" Discussed on KTOK

"Basic black. AR fifteen some things never go out of style. Like, Tom Gresham's gun. Know how much I talk about getting training fan of good trainers. Lori always have been but even more so now because when you go on YouTube, you see some stuff there that will man if I had here left, it would make my hair curl people who are doing rolls out of cars and flips in the range and doing a shimmy, shake go through doors, and this is their stuff that they're teaching their classes are so called self defense. Instructors hit would just scare me to death. We're close to that stuff. So I love it. When I get to work with really good people who are really clear about self defense training and end up always finding out who's the real deal. One of them joining right now, it's a pleasure. It's been hard to get him on here. But they've Spalding joins us again. He is a firearms instructor author of handgun combatants and whole bunch of other stuff. Dave, I am. So glad you're scheduled cleared, man. I think we could stop the interview right now after what you just said. I don't think I can talk that. Well, I want to know when you're going to have your video of rolling out of cars and doing flips and all the rest of the stuff, man. Never never never, you know, I can remember the mid nineties when I was supposed to introduced the internet. And I was thinking this is going to be a fantastic way to exchange information. I was wrong. They call it. You know about ninety percent of what you see out. There is just absolutely awful. And probably fifty percent of. We'll get you kill which is unfortunate. Because it it brings us to a situation. Tom where we have got the ill informed be educated by the stupid. Well, you know, one of the things I mean, I love that use it and you've been firearms instructor even swat team leader you've done all this stuff. You got all this background. And yet you still put a critical eye on everything this talk say, okay? That sounds good. But let's put it to the test. Does this really work? I mean, I remember when we were first doing v together years ago, and you're showing away to do malfunction drill and going after. Well, let's yeah. But try this try to went, oh, I think that works better. Because you just can't critique found something at work. Well, you know, the the textbook definition of efficiency is the least amount of time effort and energy expended. And we all realize that in a pistol five which tends to be very close quarter situation. You don't have a lot of time to commit that effort. So you need to to whittle out all of the garbage and many of the things we teach as traditional are not really efficient. I think they were taught because that was kind of the way it was done. But it's not the best way to accomplish it quickly, especially you happen to be on the move. I mean, if you're trying to move laterally or or forward that you're rolling your gun out the side, and you're grabbing it over handed it'll create a certain amount of muscular confusion and an actually unbalanced the shooter. But you know, what we're doing things where you're standing perfectly. Still in your in your preferred stance a lot of things will work. I know that in your classes. Toured the country doing classes you teach moving a lot. I did a class couple of weeks ago. Steve Tehrani, who's got your extensive background in lots of different things scary, dude with a knife and everything else but over and over and over again all through this. By course, it was like you have to move you have to move. If don't stand there because that's where the fight is get you gotta start moving. I can almost hear you voice in the background the same thing. You got to move with purpose? You know, the idea that gunfight Lou what's that mean? Right getting their vibrate. No. You have to move with purpose. And the way I kind of break it down and the guideline is number one. You've loom integrity to get accurate outbound fire, the kind of save your life. Number two. You move to a position of cover concealment or advantage. And number three you move to exit. The kills on. Now. Those are not only thing, but there are pretty good guideline and need to teach people how to not just say move. But how do you get off the how do you suddenly stop? How do you plant in such a way to you can give accurate outbound fire, how do you change direction quickly? So there's a whole lot more than just saying gunfight boot. And also how how do not fall down, which is kind of important. You know, what you're you're. You're center gravity Ingram. Putt can override your feet, and you can actually fall down. It's very easily Kim, and you've got a gun out there. And it's a high stress situation fallen down. It's not good for anybody. So let me ask you a question here at saw something he wrote recently, you're talking about ballistic gelatin at one reminded me of how we kind of get into a dogma sometimes. And we think this is the thing, and whatever that thing is it may be the thing for what it was originally created. But then we think it's the thing for everything is that make sense with this ballistic Delton deal. Well, gelatin was. Originally intended to be an indicator of potential performance, and I say that very capital letters, indicator of potential performance is ever intended to be human tissue will give your copy caveat. Now, Tom that we have enough time sheeting gelatin and comparing that to rounds fired in people that we now have a correlation that we did not have back. We started relying on ballistic gelatin so the late nineteen eighties. The the late two thousand ten's whatever they're not the same time because we have more info. Well, you know, I was the MIT because people say well this bullet does this thing because we're shooting all these bullets into ballistic gelatin, we're comparing and as will I could expect to get this performance in person because it doesn't jail will that may not apply. That's not a good comparison. But it does help you if you're saying, okay. What do these two lows? What are these two bullets? Do we need something that's consistent that we can use comparing this don't we? I think the best way for your listeners to d- ballistic gel is it's an apples to apples comparison. They can take nine no load nine millimeter XYZ in one fifteen and compel it to nine millimeter load ABC in one hundred forty seven grade, and they look and look at wound cavity and penetration and again potential performance. But you gotta remember the human body is not a consistent homogeneous substance. It's made up of heart muscle kind of blubbery fat. It's got hollow areas, and it has got bone. So the type of consistent penetration that you're gonna see in jail within just one always happen. I'll tell you shooting I investigated what I was police officer guy was shot up in the west pectoral. And when they found the bowl at autopsy it was in his left knee. Now, how do you figure that holy cow? What did glance off what straight down it did its job? But that's the consistent path. You. Yeah. Yeah. I remember I remember Clint Smith he's talking about how you we're always trying to create better handgun better hang on him better bullets better. He's the reason we do that is because in this is the takeaway on all this handguns are not really particularly effective at stopping an attacker. It's why we keep working on trying to make them better deportable. They're not necessarily effective. Exactly. That's it makes people nervous when you care. You're a are into the Safeway. Better yet, your twelve gauge loaded with flux. That would be the best small that. I could come up at sports projectile affect you. Hey, hold on a second. I got a quick break. We're talking with Dave Spalding handgun combat.

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WTRH

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"tom gresham gun" Discussed on WTRH

"Commonsense to the discussion of firearms rights in this country. Good luck to you. And your Tom Gresham Gun Talk to you. Here's a story that I really do love you. Remember the court case. It's napping appealed in California where the judge ruled that their band on standard, capacity magazines, make magazines that hold more than ten rounds was unconstitutional violated the second amendment and for a week. There was a period when Californians could once again after twenty years, by standard capacity magazines now that has been shut down again while it's being appealed the night circuit. But during this one week period. People bought more than we don't know how many more than a million magazines though. But the story out of Sacramento, I love this, quote, everything was all sold out. I basically took whatever I could said Chris Pusey to owns foothill ammo in shingle springs, east of Sacramento is as people loved it. It was like we were out of prison, and we're not treated like bastard stepchildren of the country anymore is said third thirty round magazines anything selling for thirty dollars in less disappeared. He said they wanted to grab more than I let them otherwise it would have been gone even faster than a few hours. We'll keep you posted. As this case moves for a lot of other cases, going on some big wins for the second amendment this past week. We'll have all that information as we go forward. But I, you know, I talk about different kinds of shooting and help diverse shooting sports are all these different things. We could do trap skeet sporting clays ADP AS US PSA. I just goes on and on and on people are. Forever creating fun things to do with bioterrorism nother one. We are joined right now by Cal Eric. I think it is. He's going to correct. You had known as quick Cal. Cal welcome in helping your last name. Please. Hey, I pronounce it Alridge. Okay. Good the baby. Basically people call you quick Cal. Shooting sports. They do. Shooting in nineteen sixty eight in the sport, a faster all which actually started in the nineteen fifties. This is not enlist straight. I guess right off the bat. This is not SAS. This is single action shooting society. This is faster. All right. That is correct. We kind of consider fast our cousin. Okay. So explain that difference because I know people think oh, yeah. I know those guys and I'm thinking, well, maybe do, but maybe you don't. Well, you know. She started in the nineteen fifties because television westerns ruled their waves. And so there was actually about one hundred thousand fast shooters starting in the mid fifty fellow the name of D Willem. He was a stunt, man. Not very, Robin trains. He created the first timer. How would celebrity start getting like Brian Sammy Davis junior and all these people? Phil read one of those guys. Was actually the national champion in nineteen fifty six. And he got on. He.

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08:42 min | 2 years ago

"tom gresham gun" Discussed on KTOK

"And your Tom Gresham Gun Talk team. Store that I really do love you. Remember, the court case it's now being appealed in California where the judge ruled that their ban on standard, capacity magazines, make magazines that hold more than ten rounds was unconstitutional. Violated the second amendment and for a week. There was a period when Californians could once again after twenty years, by standard capacity magazines now that has been shut down again. While it's being appealed to the night circuit. But during this one week period. People bought more than we don't know how many more than a million magazine. So, but the story out of Sacramento, I love this, quote, everything was all sold out. I basically took whatever I could said Chris Pusey to owns foothill ammo in shingle springs, east of Sacramento as people loved it. It was like we were out of prison, and we're not treated like bastard stepchildren of the country anymore. He said third thirty round magazines anything selling for thirty dollars list disappeared said they wanted to grab more than I left him. Otherwise, it would have been gone even faster than a few hours. We'll keep you posted. As this case moves for a lot of other cases, going on some big wins for the second amendment this past week. We'll have all that information as we go forward. But I, you know, I talk about different kinds of shooting and help diverse shooting sports are all these different things. We could do trap skeet sporting clays IT PAAS US PSA. I just goes on and on and on if people are for Ever creating fun things to do with fire. Here's another one. We are joined right now by Cal Eric. I think it is. He's going to correct me. You had known. It's quick Cal. Cal. Welcome in helping with your last name, please. Hey, I pronounce it. Elrick L. Okay. Good the baby. Basically people call you quick Cal. Shooting sports. They do. Shooting in nineteen sixty eight and the sport a faster which actually started in the nineteen fifties. This is not unless just get this straight. I guess right off the bat. This is not SAS. This is not the single action shooting society. This is faster. All right. Correct. We kind of consider fast. Cousin? Okay. So explain the difference because I know people think oh, yeah. I know those guys I'm thinking, well, maybe do, but maybe you don't well. You know? Faster. I actually started in the nineteen fifties because television westerns ruled their wave energy. And so there was actually about one hundred thousand fast shooters starting in the mid fifty fellow the name of D Willem. He was a man, it's not very far, Robin trains. He created the first timer. Had up suddenly Hollywood celebrity start getting like he'll Brian and Sammy Davis junior. And all these people read Phil read one of those guys. Actually, the national champion in nineteen fifty six. Arizona's and he got on. He got to be quite celebrity. And of course, fell went on. He was one of the first guys on the southwest Pistilli for ROY. So explain the difference in Santa's you're shooting you're hitting targets, but quick-draw you're shooting for just for speed. Is that correct? Is not not. Well, not exactly okay. Sport a fast progressed all through the sixties and seventies became all about speed. They started highly modified guns. They went with bucket booted holsters and was all about shoes as fast as possible. Lacob way Pasco was formed in two thousand and two and we happy us period guns, period holsters, and we wax bullets at a pretty hard to hit target on the draw at fifteen feet. Powered by a shotgun primer, mainly and we actually put powder in our main context. Okay. So let me see understand. You're you're actually so you have to be fast. But you also have to be accurate enough to hit something. Absolutely. It's a seventeen inch played at fifteen feet. You may seem big. But when you're shooting. If you can hit that target about a half of the second with a high ratio, you're going to be very competitive, and we'll play by now some of our top shooters, they shoot around four tenths of a second or less. We call it shoot threes. And if you can hit that target consistently in the threes, you're going to be generally near or in the finals of any match are they shoot is that including reaction times, they're working all the timer. In fact, what we do. Now, your first question was how do we compare with that? Yes. Okay. Fast issues. Two. Pistols lever action rifle in either a eighteen ninety seven or a double barrel. Shotgun something I was heavily involved in for many years. I love this course, but all mission at steel plates. Right. You get a five second penalty. Now. Cowboy fast draw is we stand on the line with an opponent. We never point guns at one another. We have we have our target fifteen feet down range, and and your commands during the line shooter outset is given light will come on between two and five seconds, which is a free. Second span. You cannot second guess that. And three seconds is in Terni attorney. Yes. Yes. Waiting for the to go, and you're you're you're getting twitchy there. And so when those lights come on. I two hit their shot wins the shot. I. Indicate in the winter. And you know, so it once you win three shots and about you win that round. The winner goes on the loser gets an ex. So it's a ladder system. It's a man oh man shooting in a letter system. Then. Ends that way. But in the in the beginning of the world championship is held in our host city foul in the valley each year, we it's called the fastest gun alive. And we have about three hundred competitor show up from all over this country and others. We've we've had them here from Australia. We currently have members coming over from Switzerland, France. All right. Let me ask you a couple of quick questions. The time you mentioned period gun. So they have to be old guns or just beetle of that style reproductions of guns that existed in the eighteen hundreds. Gotcha. Okay. So a new single action army would something like a Ruger Vakara work. We allow Caros even though it's not an actual true reproduction out there. But we spit it to simply allow. Only certain models. Okay. And then folks who say this sounds cool. I really liked the idea of it. What's the best way for them to kind of find out more about it? Maybe get involved you can find out a lot about us on our website, which is cowboy fast draw dot com. Gave cowboy fast draw dot com. You have to have period clothing. Yes. Very, well, Mary clothing or western style. You know, we get into period. You know, there's a lot of people around the world thinks that people actually dress like where Rogers. And so we allow people to to flare it up a little bit long as it's in the spirit of our game. Which is not only just the period, but Hollywood restaurants. Are you limited to particular calibers? Yes. Only forty five long Colt period because we supply VM munition for our major matches, and we want every because of the second mean a whole lot in our sport. And so we wanna keep amunition completely the same for everyone. God you can't fast ram because you could actually get to the target faster. But the other thing is now you're controlling the safety aspect of it as what goes into guns too. Safety. First second competitions third. We have a great youth training program. And we're finding a lot of adults to go through that 'cause faith training VN handed down like. Yes. I know. But we'd have a talk. Exactly, I understand. Hey cal. Thank you so much. This is very cool cowboy fast draw dot com. Sounds like a great game with an interesting.

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WTRH

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"tom gresham gun" Discussed on WTRH

"You decide to accept it is to host a radio show that will bring true common sense to the discussion of firearms right in this country. Good luck to you. And your Tom Gresham's Gun Talk to you. Right back with eight six talk gun is the magic number if you'd like to join us. I'm Tom Gresham. We talk about just about every kind of shooting. You can do just imagine you can't even imagine. How many different types of competition the rest, for instance, in all the things that people do shotguns handguns rifles action shooting fast shooting, and of course, one of the things that's really become massively popular and fascinating as well as long range shooting. We're joining me to talk about that. And what's going on there? Tom fuller with Armageddon gear, Tom. Thank you so much for being with us. Thank you. Absolutely. All right. First of all, I guess we'll start off with who are you? And who who is? And what is Armegeddon gear? Name's Tom fuller. I am an Armageddon gear we make long range shooting. Sary's? We do stuff for the military do law enforcement all kinds of different agencies. We do a lot of OEM business to the gun companies in the US. And but our biggest customer is gathered or just into precision long range shooting. How'd you get into this? Well, I started I started shooting three gun years ago or meals the sergeant major of the army marksmanship unit so precarious mayor with that unit. But I really liked watching the guy she started doing with them while I was there. But at my job in the unit, but when I retired I got into it. And then the rival started and started going to those events, and it was just just at my really really enjoyed it and got into it and started making a few little products like most people in our sector or in our market have a great idea for a different kind of rear bag or a different kind of slain. I was one of thousands of guys that had a swing out here. You know? In my garage and started selling them out of the garage and people started buying them in another Cain. Another product came in there. That's kind of the culture of AMU. Anyway, is tinkering. What if we did this? How about this little thing? Amidst the whole idea behind AMU, which is how do we make people in quip work better? Right. That's exactly right. Yep. That's what they did. Okay. So question for you. And here's one of those probably isn't real answer. But when people say long range shooting how long does have to be before we call it long range. L? So I in the precision rifle series, and you know, the average match and then there's the National Rifle league, and they're both very similar. They they run very similar format. Averaging gauge -ment is gonna be between four and six hundred. I would say out of two hundred round match. Most of them are going to be around five or six hundred. Let's say that just a few more in most matches depending on Priscilla, you'll shoot two thousand at least in many of the venues you'll shoot to twelve hundred in further out. We've if the facility will support it we shot to a mile. The difference in this is it's not, you know, like an F class or a type of shooting. You're laying there trying to shoot small little groups or something. Businesses. You're you're on o'clock, you have a part time, and there's a lot of movement. So it's really about building a position quickly and getting stable enough to take a well aimed long range shot. Interesting to some extent. I would think that today's gear and technique and everything else that people use it for long range shooting really kind of ozone lot of its history to bid dress shooting, doesn't it? I think when it comes to obviously, the Beatrice guy have standards in in in precision. You know in a lot of the calibers like mail today. One of the most popular calories to six dasher, which is a variant of the six picturesque. And you know, a lot of the bullet technology and things have came over from the right? Other than you know, loading. You know, the the bulletin calibers that are used. I don't think I think that's about as far as the goes. Because the the the two sports are so so different. So interest. It's all about who can shoot the smallest group scraping in percents to can quickly and efficiently shoot a one or two MO target. You know, what kind of gear people use it for P R S. We're kinda rifles. So the. Familiar with manner stocks, and yeah, there's a lot of stocks out there. So we'll start with that. So a Stocker chassis. Of course, there's a lot of chassis companies popping up. MPA comes to mind is probably the biggest one right now serving the community, but a either a a good stock chassis much like any sport. You know? It's always about new equipment new thanks to make you better. Dealer. I don't know. We wanna make sure interesting we're talking about bolt action God's here yet. That's right. And you can get it. Open question Gaskin, if you'd like to see less and less of that. But the chances of talks now even putting rails on the stocks where you can live ipod Ford and back, and you can barricade type clamps, and you can attach a card right to your rifle. You're so many accessories that you can do now, but is is usually a twenty six inch barrel fairly heavy average guns going away thirteen fourteen pounds some late more you're looking at one pound of below triggers. Six millimeter anything in a six millimeter or six point five is pretty much what everybody shaped now. The six millimeter here, you're pushing a hundred and eight bullet around thirty one hundred probably around average for most guys. So it's a hobby see bullets spayed, you know. Can I get you to hold on a second? I gotta take a quick break here. When we come back. Let's continue this conversation because it's.

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01:47 min | 2 years ago

"tom gresham gun" Discussed on WTRH

"Your mission. Should you decide to accept? It is to host a radio show that will bring true common sense to the discussion of firearms rights in this country. Good luck to you. And your Tom Gresham Gun Talk. Are. I was shopping for cons online. No, really. Hey, welcome back, Tom Gresham. No, no, no, no, no, no. You can't buy a gun online and have it shipped to your door for those who are still unclear or they actually believe. Silly people the things at the general media tells them no have you buy gun across state lines. It has to be shipped to a dealer when it gets to the dealer, and you go pick it up from there. They do the background check. Yeah. You know, the FBI Knicks check same as if you bought it from a store anyway. But you can't find guns online, and you can quote unquote, purchase them heaven sent to the dealer. To go through the paperwork. You still have to go through the background check. Okay. Yeah. No, no. The media keeps telling us we're need a universal background. Check though. There are no background checks. And then they do these polls ninety seven point seven percent of the population thinks we need a background check. Well, that's because you ask the question without telling him, there's already a background check. And every gun bought it a gun Deere dealership. A gun store has to have the okay of the FBI. If you told them that you said, the actual these quote, unquote, university background checks are all about ending, the private sales gifting and even loaning a gun to someone which could end up putting you in jail just loaning someone a gun believe it or not. Then the public would go. Oh, boy, we already have those okay? No, we don't need anymore. Days on to he's not a.

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"tom gresham gun" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

07:05 min | 2 years ago

"tom gresham gun" Discussed on KTOK

"Is the host a radio show that will bring truth and common sense to the discussion of firearms rights in this country. Good luck to you. And your Tom Gresham Gun Talk. Sorry. Was shopping for cons online. No, really. Hey, welcome back, Tom Gresham. No, no, no, no, no, no. You can't buy gun online and have it shipped to your door for those who are still unclear or they actually believe. Silly people. This the believe the things at the general media tells them, no have you buy gun across state lines. It has to be shipped to a dealer when it gets to the dealer, and you go pick it up from there. They have to do the background check. The FBI. Knicks check same as if you bought it from the store anyway. But you can't find guns online, and you can. Quote, unquote purchased in heaven sent to the dealer. You have to go through the paperwork. You still have to go through the background check. Okay. Yeah. I know the media keeps telling us we're needed a universal background check. Because there are no background checks. And then they do these polls ninety seven point seven percent of the population thinks we need a background check. Well, that's because you ask the question without telling him, there's already a background check. And every gun bought it a gun Deere dealership. A gun store has to have the okay of the FBI. If you told them that. And you see the actual these, quote, unquote, universal background checks are all about ending the private sales gifting and even loaning a gun to someone which could end up putting you in jail. Just loaning someone gun believe it or not. Then the public would go. Oh, we already have those. Okay. No, we don't need anymore. Days on to Springfield, Missouri. Hello day. Welcome to Gun Talk. Listen, I need to know what happened to guns and gear on TV. My favorite show is always the guns and gear is it runs. Third and fourth quarter of the year. And it's off off the air first and second quarter while we shoot more episodes. But starting third quarter again this year, it'll be back now you can follow all because we're doing videos all the time we're cranking up videos left and right. But you need to be looking at those online on our YouTube channel or our Facebook page or on Roku, Amazon fire or apple TV. Just look the Gun Talk channel everywhere. Fantastic. And what's your what's your favorite Keri again? Yeah. That's that's the question. Isn't it? Listen, I'm a nineteen eleven guile away. But I switched years ago. Glock, twenty six. And it's my all around guy my home defense. What a Carey and. That's a great question. Let me ask you a question her Glock twenty six great little carry pistol. But it has limited round. Right. You got what Tim? Always have a seventeen in my pocket. Okay. So when you when you're in your house, and that's your God you swap out. The Meghan have seventeen as sitting. I do. All right. That makes sense. Thirty three. That I don't know. There's actually is a thirty three round nine millimeter MAG for clocks. Hundred round drum get for three hundred fifty dollars. Yeah. But you got to have the right holster? If you've got to carry that bad boy. Twenty six. Nineteen eleven was it. But twenty six is the best handgun. I think I've never had a malfunction. I got four of them. And I never had a malfunction. Ammo, only use bonded spear and and H S T. Alright it's interesting that you ask this question today because I have been over the last few days actually, considering making another change. Now, I am not your typical guy. The smart move is to do what you've done Dave figure out. What works for you, go with that get you another one justification needed and carry it all the time. And that's your gun, you know, but I can't do that. Because I I'm going to say I have to pour pour me I have to try different guns from different manufacturers. All the time has come out. So I will carry a gun for a month or two or three. And then I'll switch and carry another gun and with different holsters and trying different things because I'm kind of a testbed guy. I've been carrying the sig P three sixty five for several months now. And it is a really nice pistol. Really really is. It is the newer slimmer. If you will version of the Glock twenty six it's a for, you know, ten plus one capacity nine millimeter kinda similar to the twenty six just a little slimmer. It's got a great trigger. But here's my, but this is what brings me to. Why I may consider making a change. Proximate Ross I do that a lot and I found that with four concealment sweater vest. Whatever at times, not always. But at times, and then maybe I you know, I was having trouble getting a full purchase your firing grip on the pistol before it came out of my holster. And Dave, I don't know if you've ever, you know, I mean because you use the same all the time you're used to it. You gotta holster rig. Everything works for you. But for me, I'm going I'm not getting the quite the grip. So this is weird that you called. I'm actually thinking about about this off of you. I'm actually thinking about going all the way back to a Colt style in nineteen eleven commander lightweight ruger's got one now several have them the lightweight commander. But in nine millimeter with the like a Wilson combat mix. You got a ten round magazines. You got ten plus one, and you got a full size nine hundred eleven grip and good sites and a great trigger. Dave is that weird going all the way back to the nine hundred eleven? Weird. Al I know a lot of people that switch back and forth, and you ever watch hickok, forty five or. Yeah. I know I know he carries a different gun every day. And he likes them off. People always ask me, what's your favorite carry got. Usually the one I have on. It's rare that I don't like one. But and you know, some guns fit your hand better. Some you just seem to shoot better. I've always I don't maybe it's I can start with nine hundred eleven I nine hundred eleven well, so I never care he'd a commander size nine. And it intrigues me. So I'm thinking about trying that for a while to our try it. I'll wear it for a month or to shoot it a bunch and I'll give you a mile range report. Dave, I appreciate it. Thank you so much for your call. That is excellent and the Glock twenty six.

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"tom gresham gun" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"tom gresham gun" Discussed on KTOK

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"tom gresham gun" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

11:22 min | 2 years ago

"tom gresham gun" Discussed on KTOK

"Tom Gresham Gun Talk at the crimson trace at the shot. Joe shot Joe two thousand nineteen and a half. Now, you know, the shot Joe, you know, that we're actually not at shot. Joe when you're hearing this because by the time, you're hearing that that's okay, we're doing this when live in the middle of the show, and then you're hearing you days later, but that doesn't mean it's not news. Because as we like to say, it's news to you. It's news to us. Wait what? We're busy right down with Ryan Donahue from crimson trace. Ryan, thanks for letting us set up shop in your place here, man. Oh, hold on. You're sick of what I do here up. They're going to try to be better. Absolutely. It's a pleasure to have you there. There you go. I got it. Okay. It is absolutely wonderful over here Chacho, and it's pleasure to be back with you again, Tom. Absolutely. We're we're we're having. Okay. No. We're not having fun. We're working like crazy. And this is no fun at all. It's awful. I always you tell people the crimson trace booth is no longer all by itself because it is now part of the Smith and Wesson family, actually, another name we called the Smith and Wesson fabric American outdoor brands, but we can call American outdoor brands. All right got acquired roughly a year ago. Roughly, you're Yup. All right. You guys have been busy in that. I'm gonna move to my speech. There we go. Okay. So tell them crimson Drake's known as a laser company and higher in the laser world. But when I walk into the booth here. Glazer company me it looks like you guys have doing a whole lot of other things here. Yeah. We took those little dots. And put them inside of a scope and put them inside of some sites. So we launched eleven rifles scopes and five sites. So it is quite an undertaking. But we are extremely proud of what we came out with so crimson traces now in optics company one hundred percent, yes. So we're in the game. You have rifle scopes and red dot sight. Yes. Five full red dots. Wow. Okay. I was looking at was it the one to five we're looking at a one to eight one five one eight both have my favorite radical in it. Yes, I call it the disappearing radical. So it is a really awesome first focal plane scope, we have a bright red dot. And then when you crank it past three magnification, you're milling tree comes into play. So you almost have to radicals in there you do. It's it's actually a little bit hard to explain it's at a low power. You have a reading that. We're actually the center whatever it is you're shooting in this ring. It's a bright red rink. It's speed shooting. Type what I do three gun put it on the target pull the trigger. Okay. So, but then as you increase magnification, this ring grows, and grows and grows until it actually hits the edges of the scope tube. And then it's gone. It's gone. And at that point you can now see the crosshairs radical. Yes. So for longer shot you just crank it up. The bright red ring is gone. Now, you shift over to the crosshairs. It's it's ingenious how'd you guys come up with that? It's almost like magic it is. So we worked a long time on all the radicals and lot of the folks over here, including the project managers are all shooters, right? So we all went and decided that we needed to make some custom designed radicals, and we're really going to play with the first focal plane and do some magic tricks. So all of your scopes at this point, I focal plane scopes, yes. But I think I heard yesterday the plan is you will actually enlarge probably go to a second plane radicals at some point. Yeah. Yeah. I cannot see neither confirm or deny that too right now. But yes, we are in the optics game now, and we do have some pretty cool stuff slated for next year. So okay. For the most part look at the scope lineup and looks like. They all have a tactical look to them. So I I think that's kind of the heritage of what you've done. I. Yes. Well, I'd say tackle tactical, and frankly competitions three-gun tactical competition long range p r s your your competition shooter your three I can see that. Yeah. Yeah. So that's in a lot of those the competition is in mind, but we also have a lot of hunting optics that we have right now with some simpler radicals. So we have two one two eight we have the one to eight for me for Ryan. Then we have another one to eight. That's it. That's it. And then we have another one to eight that simpler, radical non illuminated. And it's a pretty amazing maybe on a Coyote rifle. Right. You know that were going after or a pick gun something like that. So you could use those, but we will expand more into the hunting space on the long ringside magnification. What are what give us an idea of a couple of them that you have there. Sure. So I'll tell you about my favorite to over there as well. So we have a three to twenty four that's in our five series. And that has our version of the Horace radical inside of their okay? So and then we have a three to eighteen which is also in their simpler, radical just more cross hair based. So those are two high end long range. What is the? I mean, there's gotta be like a thinking behind the scope line. We you say we make scopes that do this. This is why could I mean Lord knows? There are a lot of scopes in world there certainly are so why crimson trace why does somebody need to come? Look what you guys are doing. So what I always tell people is we're we're the new kid on the block. So we went for really high end glass. Really high end features. We have some really cool features that I'll tell you about to. And then we we said because we're the new kid on the block we're going to drive the pricing down as low as we can possibly get it for our consumers. So the features that you are going to get our inside, the high end scopes, and you're not gonna pay the higher price idea. What kind of features we're talking about. So we have this really cool thing there lines that are on on the side of the scope. So we call them are leveling lines. But for a kid like me who got a scope, maybe for Christmas, and I want to take it out of the box and put it on my gun. And it takes me about an hour and a half, you know, to pull out all my tools and get that thing level, right? But basically if you've ever aligned a camshaft on a car, so you have your to open rings, Ryan. It's got two lines. That are on it. You line it up with the lines. Lock it down your within a half. MLS? You got lines on the exterior of the scope forelock when you drop it into the mountains. It's just easier to line it up and get it. That's how many times have you married scope, then you put the rifle to show her. Yes. It's it's Canada's totally start over again. And when our engineers showed it to me, I was like. The simplest. How is nobody done this before? Really? Yeah. So, wow, really cool premium stuff that comes for people who have not a lot of scopes and screwed them up. Like, we all. That's right. That's right. And the whole line is batteries for life. I don't know anybody out there who's doing that. Right. That's kind of a holdover from the whole crimson trace laser so Idi scope that has batteries in it limited radicals. Yes. Batteries for life. You said a batteries once a year when new set of batteries once a year and no questions asked lifetime warranty on all of them. Really? Yep. Okay. Well, that's cool. Yeah. Also, you guys did something interesting. I'm looking right behind me on the rack here. It's a name. I'm very familiar with the fact that the Gun Talk familiar with laser light. But that's now part of the crimson trace, ma'am. It is we are very excited that we have another brands that we picked up in laser light. And I can tell you guys who are maybe not as familiar with it laser bore sites different training aids. But Jason and myself Jason is one of the product managers on the rifle, scopes, we're usually there were usually closed down crimson trace. So at night when when it closes, we'll take a whole bunch of the laser light objects and put them all over the office. And we'll do a little run gun inside the office. And I can just tell you have more time in your life than you need. We can occupy that. Because once you get the laser light, I walk home toys, but they're really trader. Yep. They're trans different games and cans jump around when you shoot them with a laser you do it inside. And I mean, we've had our grandkids five and nine up shooting these things and having a ball, but you just any two adults. Anybody Hannam these laser gun? Made for that. And you start shooting these various games and an hour goes by in the blink. He didn't even know it and you're getting triggered on. These laser trainer guns actually have good triggers, and you're actually getting real world. No kidding, good training and something cool to note that I didn't know because I've known laser light. So you do have the trainers. You do have the blue guns with the triggers in it. But they also make another product that will work on a live fire right attached to it. And you basically hold both of the buttons on the side of the laser. And what it does it's vibration sensitive. So what will happen is it sends a laser down range when you pull the trigger can use that. So when you get the firing pin or the striker goes forward. Yup. Clicks. And it fires the laser fires the laser from the vibration. That's so you can you can use your pistol with that product, even better. Yep. So that's pretty sweet. All right. So we got scopes we have laser light. But we did not mention the red dots that you guys. Yeah. So five red dots. There we have our twelve hundred which is for pistols. We are pistol company. So there was no way we putting it out without doing a pistol. Right. We've got the. Thirteen and fourteen hundred which are rated for rifles, and shotguns, those are open red dots. And then we have a closed red dot which is the one thousand and last, but not least we have a fixed three five battle site with a hybrid BBC radical. That's something that very interesting radical. It has a triangle at the top. So from zero to one hundred yards on a five five six to three you'd be in the triangle on the tip of the triangle and then bullet drops would be two hundred three hundred five hundred. So what's the application for that? Well battle site is something that you could put on a three eight something that you could put on a two to three five five six it is a really cool site because of its ability to both eyes opened you can look into your eyes will adjust for close range target, right? Put the triangle on it. Then if you close your eyes same we didn't touch anything, you're not you're not changing magnification, but you close one eye and now you could shoot out to the longer distance. So what you're really talking about? Is you have a site. That's good from five yards to five hundred. Yes, yes. That's sweet. That'd be not say seriously. It's a home defence rig. It's a truck gun in case, you do something up close. But if you need to shoot up to three hundred four hundred five hundred years, and it's rugged part of a hundred percent. So all of the sights, and scopes we run through a battery of tests. So they are all and military. Great test at talk, very good. Ryan. I appreciate it, man. I gotta keep running here. Yeah. Thank you. So much. Crimson dot com. Radames and trace dot com or see me. Oh while shot Joe will be over by the time. They they'll be here. This lakers. Can't come see. Your can come see me at any ratio. I'll be.

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"tom gresham gun" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

08:12 min | 2 years ago

"tom gresham gun" Discussed on KTOK

"Welcome good. Tom Gresham's Gun Talk. Where a right. His always a right. Not a. All right. We are with you, Tom Gresham, it is Gun Talk. And we were at the six hour ratings day. It's been talked about that it's kind of hard to explain. It's huge stretches. I don't know half a mile down this huge shooting range Clark county shooting range in Las Vegas, an amazing facility and. It's kind of a combination of new products and new things and talked about the kademi talking about all the things that are doing. It's an amazing success story. What's been happening over at sig? And I'm joined right now by a couple of guys who can really help. Explain what's been happening. Obviously we have Ron Cohen the CEO of of six hour on. Thank you for joining us. Thank you. Thank you for of course. And of course, Tom Taylor who has been with us before many times, Tom, and it looks like it's going great out there. I hear big booms and bangs and things going on first of all the weather's been spectacular for a change. It's usually cold and windy out here. But it's been amazing and paratroopers jumping out of the sky doing demos and targets blowing up targets that actually people jumping out of helicopters paratrooping parachuting in here, right? Yes. We did hit the ground the start shooting. Yeah. We had robots attacking them and the terrorists robots. That's just a good time. What you can't make that up. Right. Well, you guys can. Yeah. We we try to make up a lot of stuff. It's been a part of the right sick. Well, one of the things you guys do as you get to hang out with some as I say, the cool kids. You got the the not the internet operators, the real operators people who've been there and done that and bring that expertise in. But then you get to say, hey, you guys go out do something cool out here. Yeah. When you got Kyle is your MC, and he easier MC that's a good place start off, right? Everybody in the job as well as we had a land vehicle role in with other guys, and they were sick academy. Instructors the Gaza jumping were were mostly special operators lead in by the vice president of six hour kademi, you know, so it's been it's a lot of fun to to put on those kind of events to show really showcase our products. I we were actually should video what time at the academy. And. Some of your guys you're structures, come in and do a blue blowing in suburban, and when they came out and started shooting, you're thinking, you wouldn't have a chance. Those guys are good. They just I mean, Ron you got the best of the best though. It's amazing program today, especially I'm always today, especially humbled by the people up surrounded by sig has two third of its population is real operators from military units law enforcement. It's humbling to be around them. They're so passionate driven committed honest. The basic human premise is phenomenal. Yes, when you start with that good things can happen. I don't know if it's true cross the board. It wouldn't be fair for me to say this Tomba warnings. I find with all your instructors people who've really as I said been there done that done a lot of interesting. Thanks. As I generally don't see a lot of ego there. I'll run set that premise a long time ago. Oh think Tom since the beginning. I think when I came to sig it was important for me. To take the guys that don't have their ego on display twenty four seven all of us have an ego. We should have one shirts good to have one. But he can't get in the way. So our selection process at sig is about finding the guys that their egos in check. They're great people in their war stories are not their mainstay all day long. Yeah. It's it's not here. Let me tell you about me. It's what can I do for you as an instructor to make you better at what you do in top. What you wanted to kademi? I think that was very evident when they talk to a student. They never talk about themselves. They always present. How you could be better. They never position. Look, look how good I am one day. You could beat that. One of the things you find. And it kind of goes to exactly what you're talking about. Is it? They're not out there. Sometimes you have instructors who censor they run a class. So they could shoot impress people. And while you're guys can all shoot. That's not why they're there. They're not say, hey, let me shoot you YouTube. Did you guys will be all impression you can't shoot as well? Icu? They don't do any of that stuff one of the nicest things, I like to talk to people that finished classes and always say that that structure was so nice. He barely shot around to show. How good he is. He was focused on my my skill. How to make me better? Right. And whatever you saw kademi that you've been it. It's pretty typical for the rest of the company. Great population in when you put together passion. Talent what you can get is the innovation and equality that sig pursues, and what you're seeing today is a typical Cygan varmint. Shochu is a is a wonderful venue. We all driven by the same passion over this industry said this is your twenty fifth shot. This is my twenty fifth shock. Wow. And you would assume that I get tired of it. And it's okay, I've done death, right, truthfully. Every year. I I built more energy, and it's more fun, especially because what we've done at sig think is built a certain momentum. And I think it's acceleration that just shocks me. Every time. I I'm in this event. You don't recognize the copy now compared to ten years ago? We we are car that keeps on accelerating and not linearly exponentially. What's happening today? It's sig is work of many years that starting to Tacoma or less to come together. Great talent and the amount of energy. We spend in innovation using today's immense changes in technology. How to drive technology in product development in an executional production, and we're doing it across the firearm spectrum and I'll talk about that spectrum. But not just there doing it in optics. Right munition silencers scenarios e part is that you're actually people talk about the firearms industry. But it's actually it's a lot of smaller industries there's gun making there's optics there's ammo, and you decide to get into all these different industries. Yes. I think. He who dares wins. I think it's one of my favorite things you've got there. And we are big on daring in big on investing in in tomorrow. We're not reaping the benefits of yesterday all day sixpence in engineering three to five fold what any other company in the United States does. Well, hey, people from sick. You're saying, we're engineering company. That's what we are. We're cheering company in in a wide variety of field. We have electro optical engineers. We have software engineers we have mechanical we have electro-optical we have ballistic engineers, we've got a full spectrum. We have great horses and we allowed him to run. That's the other part is. You you tend to give them kind of wide open. Parameters. Just go make something good are even though I'd love to talk to you about how that happens. I gotta take a quick break here. When we come back. I wanna give you enough room in the back side to talk about how do you motivate and kind of talk about the culture of a company. You guys have got.

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"tom gresham gun" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"tom gresham gun" Discussed on WTRH

"Talk gun. That's Tom talk gun. Then now, dear Tom Gresham. Couty? We have a full day just pilot on there. We're going to lose a reindeer the fullness around fickle be working hope that you had a great Christmas, by the way. I'm Tom Gresham Gun Talk. Glad that you could be with us. If you don't know Gun Talk. We talk about everything that involves guns new guns guns. How to shoot 'em. How storm how to take care of him which guns to get rich goes to get rid of the answer. That is easy. None. And of course, there's new stuff coming out all the time. Some new things that we'll be able to talk about some. We can't quite yet. But they're stuff coming. Also, we give away things here, by the way, a big shoutout. Charlie Charlie be in Mississippi won the crimson trace light laser and optic. Give way. Now, we have a new one going on. I'll talk a bit more about that as we go. But if you weren't run over to Gun Talk dot com slash wind. Your IN take a look you're going to be astounded amazed. Well, come on a P three twenty and a P three sixty five and m PX PC and fourteen hundred combo kit. Six tough Gun Talk dot com slash win. So many things to talk about a South American country where the incoming president says. Yeah, we should get people back their gun rights. What? And the New York Times saying, yeah, we're the government won't do it. We should have the credit card companies track gun owners shut them down. If they want to buy more than one gun. Yeah. I know I know. No, no, no end what they will do anything any way to ban guns. Well, along those lines one of the major companies weren't major outlets out. There information conduit through which information flows, obviously as Facebook. And a lot of people are scratching their heads on the gun side thing same you. Why would they have this policy? What why do they do that what's going on there? Well, joining us right now to kind of help us peek behind the curtain to find out what's going on. There. Are why does Chuck Ross? He's the former director and engineer at Facebook. Chuck. Thank you for joining us here. A Gun Talk. Okay. Tom. Thanks for the invitation. You bet. I mean, obviously Facebook is like this behemoth. It is ubiquitous it's everywhere. People use it like crazy. I do. It has all these policies that we kind of don't know how it all happens and on the gun side. I guess help me out here. It's basically you can't advertise God, you can't have anything to do with selling guns. But also, there's this relatively new policy that you can't even have an ad for gun accessory like scopes and optics all unless you set it up. So that people under eighteen years old can't see it. How does all that happen internally? As.

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"tom gresham gun" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

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"tom gresham gun" Discussed on KTOK

"Only do we have a full swear the bay will. You're just pilot on there. We're going to lose a reindeer. They're pulling us round pick be working hope that you had a great Christmas, by the way. I'm Tom Gresham Gun Talk. Glad that you could be with us. If you don't know Gun Talk talk about everything that involves guns. New guns guns have shoot 'em. How storm how to take care of him which guns to get which goes to get rid of the answer to that easy. None. And of course, there's new stuff coming out all the time. Some new things that we'll be able to talk about some. We can't quite yet. Booked their stuff coming. Also, we give away things here, by the way. A big shout out. Charlie be Charlie. Be in Mississippi won the crimson trace light laser and optic giveaway. Now, we have a new one going on. I'll talk a bit more about that as we go. But if you weren't run over to Gun Talk dot com slash win. WFAN take a look you're going to be astounded. Amazed will come on a P three twenty and a P three sixty five and m PX PCC and be the expert fourteen hundred combo kit. Yeah. Six Gun Talk dot com slash win. So many things talk about a South American country where the incoming president says. Yeah, we should get people back their gun rights. What? And the New York Times saying, yeah, we're the government won't do it. We should have the credit card companies track gun owners shut them down. If they want to buy more than one gun. Yeah. I know I know. No end to what they will do anything any to ban guns. Well, along those lines one of the major companies weren't major outlets out there information conduit fluid formation flows. Obviously as Facebook a lot of people are scratching their heads on the gun side thing saying you why don't they have this policy? What why do they do that what's going on there? Well, joining us right now to kind of help us peek behind the curtain and find out what's going on. There. Are why does Chuck Ross? He's the former director and engineer at Facebook. Chuck. Thank you for joining us here Gun Talk. Thanks for the invitation. You bet. Look, I mean, obviously Facebook is like this behemoth. It is ubiquitous it's everywhere. People use it like crazy. I do. It has all these policies that we kind of don't know how it all happens in on the gun side. I guess help me out here. It's basically you can't advertise. God you can't have anything to do with selling guns. But also, there's this reality new policy that you can't even have an ad for gun accessories. Like, scopes and optics and all unless you set it up. So that people under eighteen years old can't see it. How does all that happened internally? This is a bit confusing on the outside because there's kind of multiple policies internally and in multiple pages where you gotta go look at different policies. But. Okay..

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