Handgun WMLs Are Not *Necessary* (SEASON 8, EPISODE 344)
“As far as target I.D. or …target positive identification, it’s pretty much a gimme in civilian self-defense roles because it’s the dude robbing you...
Feet Of Clay (SEASON 8, EPISODE 343)
“Even the idea that I would be a mentor to someone, in and of itself, makes me leery because I’m like wow, I’m an...
…We’ll Do It Live (SEASON 8, EPISODE 342)
“The idea is to provide you the benefits of an experience without the consequences of real life.” – Craig Douglas Ballistic Radio is honored...
Cognitive Load (SEASON 8, EPISODE 341)
“Once we’ve compressed the timeframe that decisions have to be made in they get a lot harder to make. And I think a lot...
Glory Days? (SEASON 8, EPISODE 340)
“…We have had a huge sea change as far as what we consider acceptable risk in our society.” -John Hearne Ballistic Radio is...
A Student Of Students (SEASON 8, EPISODE 339)
“The very best instructors that I have seen are students of their students.” – Samuel Middlebrook Samuel Middlebrook of Redhawk Firearm Training makes his...
Been listening to this podcast for about three weeks on and off now, just catching up, and this is a really great podcast to turn on and let it go. It’s awesome hearing from different professionals or personnel in the firearms industry.
Melody was a good foil to John. Her unexplained absence really hurts the show. You know, John, you can be a very good interviewer but you need to take yourself out of the discussion and focus on the subject and the guest.
The quality of the guests and subject material in this podcast is really great. I listen for this reason only, despite the fact that the host is not so great. He seems to think the listeners want to hear him talking as much as the guests. I don’t know about anyone else, but I would be a more regular listener if the subject matter experts were afforded more time to contribute.