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William Aprill

March 27th, 2017

              Today on another rousing episode of The Arms Room we had William Aprill on from Aprill Risk Consulting on to talk with us about how to identify potential threats and what thoes threats are looking for in a victim. Mr. Aprill comes from an extensive background in criminal justice from both the enforcement side and the psychology side. He talked with us about the real purpose of carrying a firearms in your everyday life, that is to do violence unto thoes who wish you or your loved ones harm. He also talked with us about some of the things you can do to turn off potential predators such as scanning your enviroment without attempting to hide it. Mr Aprill has some classes coming up in the near future so be sure to head over to Aprillriskconsulting.com for the dates. Be sure to join us next show to hear from Overwatch Percision about why you need an improved trigger in your handgun.

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Gargoyle Eyewear

March 20th, 2017

              Today on The Arms Room after some technical difficulities we had Josh and Veronica from Gargoyle eyewear on to talk with us about the importance of wearing ballistic eye protection. Gargoyle Eyewear has been in the industry since the mid 70s making protective eyewear that meets ANSI standards. Josh shared with us some stories of Gargoyle eyewear working in the real world with LE and Firefighters in some tough conditions and never failing. Be sure head over to their website and check out what they have to offer, use code train25 to get 25% off some new glasses. Be sure to join us next week to hear from William Aprill of Active Response Training about Active Self Protection. 

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Charity Air Ambulance

March 13th, 2017

              Today on The Arms Room we had the folks from Charity Air Ambulance on the show to talk with us about medical evacuation using fixed wing aircraft. If you find yourself traveling out of the states for work or pleasure be sure you know the medical situation in the location you are traveling to. Be aware that your insurance is going to give you a hard time anytime you try to get transport to a prefered facility. Be sure to check out the Charity Air Ambulance facebook page and if you are ever out and about and have some questions about medical air transport be sure to give them a call or send them a message. Be sure to tune in next show to hear from the guys at Gargoyle Eyewear about looking cool while keeping your eyes protected. 

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How to Raise Manly Children

March 6th, 2017

              Today on The Arms Room the dads of the show shared their views on how to raise strong manly boys. Mason also chimed in with some insights from his childhood to help keep your kids from growing up to be typical millennials. At the end of the day the guys came to the concensus that being manly isnt really a definable thing but an ideal. Glen also shared his views on what has started the decline in manliness, to sum it up its the notion of gender equality. Be sure to tune in to the next show to hear from Charity Air Ambulance about the procedures they go through in order to evac you to the hospital.

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Radio Communications

February 27th, 2017

              Today on The Arms Room we had our friend and student Ted on the show to talk with us about radio equipment and what goes into getting your permits. Ted talked with us about the types of radions out there and made some recommendation for people looking at getting into communication like the Baofang radio. He also talked with us about what is required to get your permit to transmit over the radio. Just look up the test questions online and take the short test, then pay your 15 dollars and you are on your way to transmitting over the radio. Be sure to tune into our next show to hear about how you can raise your kids to not be millennials.

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Low Round Count Shooting Drills

February 20th, 2017

              Today on another rousing episode of The Arms Room Glen and John shared with us some of the low round count shooting drills they do to keep up on their skills. One of Glen's favorites is the gun safe round up, where you take some of the guns from the safe that are rarely fired and time yourself to see how fast you can load and fire them. John prefers the first round shot while drawing from concealment. Mason's preffered low round count drill is our typical marksmanship qual, start with 25 rounds from the 100 yardline and sprint to varoius distances while changing positions and firing specific round counts from each position. Be sure to join us next show to hear from one of our students Ted about HAM radio and electronic communication.

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What goes into a Bug Out bag???

February 13th, 2017

              Today on The Arms Room we talked about the kinds of items that go into a good bug out bag. Glen also shared with us his views on lesbians that attend the Rennissance fair. Then we got straight into some of the essential items that should be included inyour bag, such as three methods of creating fire. Lighters wont always work so its important to have alternate methods. John talked about some of the different emergency foods that are out there like the freeze dried Mountain House. Todays show was finished off by briefly talking about some good bags and packs that are out there for bugging out. Take a look at SlumberJack packs if you are are looking for a good comfortable and affordable bag to use. Join us next show to hear about some low round count shoooting exercise.

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Fighting in a Vehicle

February 6th, 2017

              Today on another rousing episode of The Arms Room Show we had our good friend Cecil on the show to talk with us about a recent class him and Glen attended. The class was VCAST with Craig Douglas of Shivworks or Vehicle Combat and Shooting Tactics. VCAST teaches students the real world application of employing firearms in the confines of your vehicle. Glen talked with us about the effects bullets have on ballistic gel and vehicle windows. Cecil talked with us about some ways to avoid getting shot with your own gun in a combatives situation. Be sure to check out Cecil's company Immediate Action Combatives for some excellent training oppertunities. Tune in next week to hear about some of the essential items that should be included in your bug-out kit.

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The Prepper Mindset and whats wrong with it

January 30th, 2017

              Today on another exciting episode of The Arms Room we talked about the prepping mindset and whats wrong with it today. Prepping has transformed from its inception into something "crazy" people do to someting that is becoming more and more common in modern scocity. The problem we see is that the people who do it now seem to only focus on one major event happing. Prepare for as many eventualities as you realistically can but keep in mind it takes a lifetime to truly be an expert. We at The Arms Room also wants to say thank you to FedEx driver Matt Uhrin for stepping in and saving some American Flags from being burned by some hippie pukes this past week. Be sure to tune in next week to hear about handgun combatives and how to avoide getting shot with your own gun.

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2017 SHOT Show Review

January 23rd, 2017

              Today on The Arms Room we did our annual SHOT Show Review and shared some of the cooler stuff we saw while there. Aside from the usual AR15 stuff that seems to come around every year there were some truly innovative products out there. Glen's top pick was a glock 19 with the grip cut down to be smaller than a 26 and a spare mag stored on the rail. Check out the company Full Conceal for more details. John's favorite item was a new blast meter from MEDENG. Be sure to join us next show to hear about the problem with the prepper mindset.

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