It’s the Shotgun World Cup, hogs, custom guns and more court cases, this week on Tom Gresham’s Gun Talk (R) Radio, the original nationally-syndicated radio talk show about guns and the shooting sports.
USA Shooting Team Member and 2012 Olympic nominee Staff Sergeant Josh Richmond visits Gun Talk to talk shotguns: Specifically, the 2012 International Shooting Sports Foundation’s Shotgun World Cup. Richmond and others will compete March 23rd thru April 1st in Tucson, Arizona. World Cup info, as well as more info on Josh and the 2012 Olympic Team, can be found at the USA Shooting website: http://www.usashooting.org/news/2012/3/7/197-world-class-field-to-participate-in-tucson-world-cup-including-30-of-sports-elite-shotgun-competitors.
Not only does Keith Nichols of Hogs Gone Wild in Texas aid in the removal of dangerous and destructive wild hogs and donate the meat to homeless shelters and soup kitchens – He also has a scholarship fund for children of military parents that have been wounded or killed in action. One way he raises money for the scholarship is through different fundraising events. The First Annual Mud Hoggin’ & Music Festival fundraiser is March 30th to April 1st in Huntsville, TX. Get the music line-up & tournament details here: http://www.hogsgonewild.org/?page_id=779.
Attorney Alan Gura (of the D.C. and Chicago gun cases) drops in for additional discussion on the latest case out of Maryland, and more. http://gurapossessky.com/wordpress/attorneys/alan-gura/
Also visiting Gun Talk this week, Jim Clark of Clark Custom Guns in Princeton, LA. Clark drops by to talk Mil Dot scopes, firearms and other fun things. For more on Clark Custom Guns, visit http://www.clarkcustomguns.com/.
Gun Talk and Magnum Research are giving away a Baby Desert Eagle! Enter to win this compact pistol and two magazines at www.guntalk.com/contest.