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How did the Jacksonville shooter get the guns that he used to murder two and wounded several others? Why weren’t there tougher laws in place to stop him? Fear not, we will examine the situation here.

During our Brownells Bullet Points segment, we address National Preparedness Month. What type of food s good for long-term storage and what is available to your average person?

Having just witnessed another killing spree in a “Gun Free Zone”, we will address just what that actually means during our SOTG Homeroom from Crossbreed Holsters. What can and should you have on your body at all times, no matter where you go.

Also, we announce and congratulate all the winner and participants in the Duracoat / SOTG Sexy Can Contest. Listen louder.



Topics Covered During This Episode:

  • Congratulations to the Sexy Can Contest Winners
  1. Christopher Umana
  2. Joleen Lucas-Monteleone
  3. Kevin Wright

VIDEOS:

  1. https://youtu.be/6QtjdDiMLVg?t=40s
  2. https://youtu.be/poBELfiG_Ng
  3. https://youtu.be/DVLStumDzOE

SOURCES

From www.usatoday.com:

When David Katz gunned down two fellow video game enthusiasts Sunday in Jacksonville, Florida, the question followed: Was this the random act of an enraged gamer bent on revenge or an unstable person who should not have had access to a gun?

In hindsight, the latter seems logical, particularly in light of court documents from his parents’ bitter divorce that suggest Katz’s psychological troubles started more than a decade ago.

But in legal terms, Katz, 24, who killed himself at the scene after injuring several others, lawfully obtained his two handguns in Maryland, a state that is among a dozen with comparatively high hurdles to firearm ownership.

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