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Being a Student of the Gun is not about being a novice or beginner. Student of the Gun represents a life’s journey of education, enlightenment and the enjoyment of firearms. Each week Student of the Gun will introduce our listeners to all manner of firearms related topics be they sport, recreation or personal defense. Unlike the television format, through the magic of digital radio, we will have the opportunity to explore topics more deeply rather than just give them a quick glance. Discussi ...
 
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Well, it turns out that the White House lied to us again. There actually are free crack pipes and drug use paraphernalia in the so-called “safe smoking kits” that Sniffy Joe has set aside $ Millions of your tax dollars to fund. Last week’s discussion of the FBI Miami Shootout has spawned numerous discussions and questions. We will take some time to…
 
Karl, Scott, and Trent explore two seminal albums in the catalog of arguably the greatest jazz guitarist of all time, Wes Montgomery. In Incredible Jazz Guitar and Boss Guitar, Montgomery lays down an adventurous blend of hard-swinging bop, romantic ballads, and Afro-Carribean inspired grooves with an effortless mastery of guitar technique. Althoug…
 
Although it has been 36 years since the famous FBI Miami Firefight, there are many lessons to be learned from that event. Professor Paul just finished reading a book by one of the participants, Ed Mireles. We will take some time to consider what we can learn. We have a Duracoat “Finished Firearms” segment. This week we consider not just the coating…
 
This week, Scott and Karl are off, so we'll flashback to July 2019, for a very relevant conversation from a very different world. Scott and OGB producer Brett discuss pedagogy and dominant learning theories, as Scott aspires to be a better Starting Strength coach and a more effective interlocutor at Online Great Books. We begin our discussion with …
 
Today we have a special guest, Mr. Carter Quill from Young Americans for Liberty. Carter will relate how YAL recently worked to get Constitutional Carry passed in Alabama and Indiana. Also, what does the future hold and what will Young Americans for Liberty be doing as the 2022 Midterms approach? During our Brownells Bullet Points, Professor Paul c…
 
One of the men involved in a mass shooting that left 6 dead and 12 wounded in Sacramento, California was a violent felon who had been released early from prison after serving less than half of his sentence. But, we need more gun control. We have a Duracoat Finished Firearm segment for you and the Professor has some tips. During our SOTG Homeroom fr…
 
This week, Scott and Karl finish their discussion of J. R. R. Tolkien's The Silmarillion, a heavy fandom collection of mythopoeic stories that form a complete history of Middle Earth. The duo agrees— don't read this unless you’ve read the big trilogy first. Karl adds, “I think it’s very good. If Tolkien is as big of a part of your life as it is in …
 
Just in case you know someone who needs to be reminded of the dangers of communism, we have more news about how the CCP and Winnie the Pooh are treating the peasant slaves under their control. Tune in for the SOTG Homeroom from CrossBreed Holsters. During our Duracoat Finished Firearm segment, Professor Paul has a Mission Specific Duracoat update n…
 
This week, Scott and Karl begin their discussion of J. R. R. Tolkien's The Silmarillion, a collection of mythopoeic stories that form a complete history of Middle Earth. Until 1977, these manuscripts were unpublished until his son, Christopher Tolkien, edited them posthumously. Producer Brett warns, "If you don't know what The Silmarillion is, you …
 
At least some of the victims of the out of control crime in New Orleans are ready to fight back. When you live in a crime-infested, Democrat-run city, you have a choice to make; fight, leave or be a victim. During our Duracoat Finished Firearm segment we will consider a question. Is it better to purchase a coating that must be baked on or one that …
 
This week, Scott and Karl finish their discussion of John Dewey's essay, "Challenge to Liberal Thought." Written in his later life, Dewey expands on his criticisms of the Great Books of Western Civilization enterprise and a liberal arts education. The duo agrees— this is shoddy work to say the least. At the end of their conversation, Scott says, “T…
 
We are pleased to be able to replay our interview with Steve Lauer, the founder of Duracoat. Recently, we lost Steve, but his words and his dream of a multi-colored world remain with us. It is always a treat to have Scott Hambrick of Online Great Book and Barbell Logic join us on the radio. As per usual, we have a wide variety of topics to discuss …
 
In the tradition of intellectual fairness, Scott and Karl read from someone they don’t agree with this week. Toted as the 'King of Progressive Philosophers', John Dewey was an educational reformer active throughout the first half of the 20th century. He left a very significant, progressive mark on the public school system. His essay "Challenge to L…
 
Today Professor Paul will consider some of the qualities that make a person a good firearms instructor. This coincides with the release of Mr. Markel’s new book the SOTG Instructor Development Manual. During our Duracoat Finished Firearms segment we will consider the wide variety of products available to you, the end user. For our Brownells Bullet …
 
Scott and Karl finish their two-part discussion of Robert Maynard Hutchins' 1952 essay "The Great Conversation: Substance of a Liberal Education." The Great Conversation is the ongoing process of the best writers and thinkers of Western Civilization referencing, building on, and refining the work of their predecessors. According to Hutchins, "The t…
 
Do you carry a gun on the water? Should you carry a gun on the water? One man and his wife are glad that he made the decision to be dangerous on demand while boating. We will consider the details during our SOTG Homeroom from CrossBreed Holsters. Should you Duracoat your everyday carry gun? What are the benefits and are there any downsides to putti…
 
In 1943, two University of Chicago educators, Robert Maynard Hutchins and Mortimer Adler, launched a series of Great Books seminars with prominent Chicagoans. By 1952, Hutchins had penned "The Great Conversation," an essay promoting the Great Books of the Western World published by Encyclopædia Britannica and intended for the masses. The Great Conv…
 
Being a prepared person takes more than a gun and some canned food. During this episode we consider the importance of community preparedness. Professor Paul will offer some thoughts and suggestions to approach this topic. Brownells has announced their Mag Dump for Washington State. When you purchase a Brownells aluminum AR magazine, you will get a …
 
Scott and Karl finish their discussion of Joel Salatin's book Polyface Micro: Success with Livestock on a Homestead Scale. Success with domestic livestock does not require large land bases. Salatin's goal is to raise animals that yield integrity edible food as evidence of his family's Polyface Farm in Virginia. Scott says, "He's an efficiency exper…
 
Rather than use emotion to make decisions, we need to use facts and information to understand the history of the current situation in Ukraine. If you care to examine the facts, you will see that the West (US and Europe) instigated the current crisis in Ukraine. Also, what is the history in the United States of the media manipulating one group of pe…
 
This week and next, Scott and Karl explore Joel Salatin's book Polyface Micro: Success with Livestock on a Homestead Scale. Joel Salatin and his family own and operate Polyface Farm in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley. The farm produces pastured beef, pork, chicken, eggs, turkeys, rabbits, lamb, and ducks, servicing roughly 6,000 families and 50 restau…
 
In a Republic, which is more important; the Rights of the People or the feelings of their public servants? According to some traitorous career cops and corrupt politicians, the rights of the people come second to the whims of the elite. We have another pistol to discuss during our Duracoat Finished Firearm section. For our Brownells Bullet Points f…
 
Scott and Karl finish their discussion of Walker Percy's 1983 book Lost in the Cosmos: The Last Self-Help Book. Percy's contribution to the self-help book craze deals with the Western mind's tendency toward heavy abstraction. With that, he invites readers to think about how we communicate with our world. The duo dives into Percy's take on the probl…
 
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