Mike Adams explains that many people who own guns don’t have the skills to use them.
Podcast Transcript: “I’m going to be doing a lot more podcasts on self-defense, firearms, gear reviews, strategies and tips. Things like that, that people need to use in their self-defense. The reason I’m doing that is because our world is becoming more unpredictable as you have seen with the Texas Church shooting, the Las Vegas Mandalay Bay shooting and other crazy shootings like the Orlando gay nightclub shooting – and things like that. This is the time for each and every citizen to be armed, but intelligently so, legally and to have the know-how skills of how to safely store or deploy these tools for self-defense. So, I’m not gonna be writing that many articles about this, but I will do a lot more podcasts about it. You can see some of our articles by the way at Gear.news and Guns.news – a couple of websites that we publish. Of course, my name is Mike Adams. Thank you for joining me. The Health Ranger here. Just as a quick background on this topic, I am a concealed carry holder and I am a long-range target shooter, as well as tactically trained in handgun combat and things like that. I’ve had to do this because of self-defense reasons, because of all the threats against my life and so on. Over the years, I’ve been privileged to train with – well, I don’t want to mention names – so I’ll just say competent people from around the globe. So, today’s topic is about the subject of why you probably have too much gear and not enough practice…” Listen to the full podcast below: