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Scott covers the latest news from the farm, uses for the bayberry plant, shotgun recommendations, things to think about when picking out land for the homestead and more.
Seth and Justin are back talking the 2015 NFL Draft as they take a look at the upcoming class.
Who are some prospects that have impressed?
Who has some work to do?
What underclassmen could impact the draft the most?
All that and more on the initial 2015 NFL Draft podcast.
I get asked all the time about what firearms people should procure for end of the world situations. First off, as you know, I consider "the end of the world scenarios" to be the last type scenario you should be preparing for, but it just so happens that most of the weapons I would suggest for the end of the world will also work in all of the most common self defense situations most people will face.
And the first thing you should know is that everyone's situation is going to be a bit different and because of that, suggestions for self and home defense may well also be different. There is no one size fits all that is going to work for everyone.
If you live in a home 70 miles from anywhere and anyone in the wilds of Montanna, your needs and your situation is going to be different than a person living in an apartment in downtown Houston.
What you are going to have to consider as possible "threats" which will have to be overcome may well be much different as well. You will not have to worry about an 800 pound grizzly bear in downtown Houston (barring an earthquake releasing zoo animals), and the family in Montana is more than probably not going to be worrying about immediate hordes of looters trying to break down their doors.
Everyone has a different level and type of threat and everyone has different levels of experience and familiarity with firearms.
Tonight we are going to discuss where you need to start thinking about your own situation and preparing for it when deciding on what type of firearm might be most usefull to you and yours in most home and self defense situations.
Be sure and call in with your comments and suggestions at 347-308-8790
Thanks, and hope to see you here!
Seth and the guys are back talking NBA Free Agency, as he is joined by Cole Zwicker, KM Venne, and Tyler Nickel.
The guys open up with just some overall talk on free agency and who were the big winners and losers (Not couting the Cavs.
Then they talk about the power shift in the East and how much a team like Toronto and Charlotte now factor into the mix.
In the West who can take on the Spurs, if anyone, and what to expect from the Thunder.
The two big questions for the Eastern Conference:
1. The Cavs as constructed now with Lebron back, can they make a run in a decidedly average East, or do they need to make the move for Love now?
2. Is Derrick Rose's health the biggest impediment for the Cavs getting to the Finals in year one of Lebron?
Seth is joined by Cole and Keith as they discuss the 2014 NBA Draft.
Who are some winners and losers? What were some of the best fits for teams and players? Who is their early pick to win rookie of the year? Who will disappoint the most?
Then the guys dive into free agency, which starts during the show, and talk about Lebron James, Carmelo Anthony and more.
Does the Heat's "Big Three" give up some cash to add to their forces?
Can the Suns entice a Lebron/Melo pairing?
Is their a darkhorse to come in and get one of the big name free agents?
Who is under the radar in free agency right now?
All that and much more on the TSHQ Podcast.
Seth is joined by Cole Zwicker and KM Venne as they talk the upcoming 2014 NBA Draft.
What do the guys think of the overall 2014 draft class?
What do the Cavs do at one?
Is anyone in play to pick up Kevin Love on draft night?
With Lebron opting out, how does that change the landscape of the draft if at all?
How far does Joel Embiid fall?
Who's this years sleeper first round pick?
Who do you tink has the biggest bust potential?
All this and a first round mock draft on tonights TSHQ Podcast.
Open Carry Texas (OCT) is an organization dedicated to the safe and legal carry of firearms openly in the State of Texas in accordance with the United States and Texas Constitution and applicable laws.
Our purpose is to 1) educate all Texans about their right to openly carry rifles and shotguns in a safe manner; 2) to condition Texans to feel safe around law-abiding citizens that choose to carry them; 3) encourage our elected officials to pass less restrictive open carry legislation for all firearms, especially pistols; and (4) foster a cooperative relationship with local law enforcement in the furtherance of these goals with an eye towards preventing negative encounters.
Open Carry Texas is looking to make good healthy relationship with the Black Community. They believe in one community and that includes the Black Community you have a right to own and carry weapons legally, and they are willing to stand with you in doing so.......Truth has come to you~