The AAR Summer Tour has begun! Live from the Talk Radio 860 WGUL Tampa studios. The lineup begins strong and continues to grow. Joining me this hour was activist, blogger, author Alan Korwin of gunlaws.com and ATF buster David Codrea giving us more breaking news on the story that keeps on giving, project “Gun Walker”.
The Roundtable. World famous trainer, Rob Pincus and Mad Ogre George Hill join me to talk guns, crimes, and other cool stuff in a setting that only the AAR Roundtable can provide.
Hour 2 sees our weekly ATF Project Gunwalker update from David Codrea. Regular listeners know that David is the man who broke the scandal wide open. David tells us the latest from the trenches as this incredible story continues to unfold in front of the national news cameras in Rep. Issa’s congressional hearings. Also…this one you don’t want to miss…AAR’s resident prosecuting attorney, Travis comes back to the show to talk about the problems with “the system” and tells us…as a prosecutor…why YOU need to carry a gun!
Joining me as special co-host for the entire broadcast is Rob Pincus! Rob and I discuss the differences between and armed pharmacist and an unarmed pharmacist when we discuss the recent murders in the Medford, NY pharmacy. Also, Rob gets right to the chase when he answers the question: Does expensive mean better?
The Roundtable, Larry Yatch, Ed Rouse, George Hill, calls emails and more!
Larry Yatch in studio, Jeff Mullins of Extreme Shock Ammo, ATF buster David Codrea for our weekly project gunwalker update and Ernest Emerson of Emerson Knives. This is Armed American Radio!
AAR resident Navy SEAL, Larry Yatch of Sealed Mindset live in the studio with me to give lessons…a great hour that flew right by.
The Roundtable. The Mad Ogre. Boneheads, calls, emails and more! A GREAT hour!
David Codrea busts the ATF again! More info on this incredible breaking story! Tim Schmidt, USCCA founder and Pat Kilcherman, Director of Marketing for USCCA join me to introduce the SELF-DEFENSE SHIELD!
The concealed carry lifestyle. Living it. What does that mean and how exactly does making the decision to carry a firearm actually change your life?