Tonight on Gun Nuts: Shooting Tips & Tricks

Tonight on Gun Nuts Radio we’ll be doing a fun show – talking about tips and tricks to make you a better shooter.  Breda will be talking about the differences in between training men and women, and I’ll take a look at the topic from the eyes of a competition shooter.  As always, the show goes live at 9pm Eastern time, and your call ins are always welcome.  You can join the conversation live by calling (347) 539-5436 – if you’re a firearms instructor or have experience teaching new shooters, we’d love to hear from you.  If you’re someone who has had a positive or negative experience with an instructor, or you have a question for myself or Breda, please feel free to call in.

That’s live tonight at 9pm – hear it all at!


  1. Caleb,

    Have you thought about contacting James Rummel of Hell in a Handbasket? I’d bet he’d have some good insights to share…

  2. Hm, if work isn’t too busy (haha) I might be able to call in … but will an Appleseed instructor get flamed? 🙂

  3. As long as the advice is constrained to legit shooting information and not the “rifleman/cook” stuff, Appleseed instructors and shooters are more than welcome. This isn’t an ideology episode.

  4. Damn, and I had a great bacon flambee recipe for the Mosin 44 shooters… 😀

    (I’m hoping the shift remains calm enough for me to sneak out for a couple minutes.)

  5. I’ll try and call in tonight. My dad taught me a rather unconvential style for shooting rifles in certain situations. I’ve seen this method taught for pistols in defensive close quarters fighting as well in old WW2 documentaries.

    It’s definitely not a replacement for convential wisdom, just anothor arrow in the quiver so to speak, and it’s fun to practice.

Comments are closed.