ARP 133 - SHOT Show Interviews

Welcome to Episode #133 of the AR15 Podcast. I’m pulling a few interviews from the SHOT 2015 archive to share with you, because we didn’t get a chance to listen to them this winter and on the last show, Rob mentioned some of the cool stuff that Sword International was up to. We want to let you know about a new source of cool products!  Go to  http://patriotpatch.co/ to pre-order the Huckleberry patch and buy FRN stickers.

Main Topic

SWORD International, McCarran, NV

Rob, Production Manager

Craig “Sawman” Sawyer

Navy SEAL Sniper

5 Seasons of Top Shot

Operator Suppression Systems

Sean Buchanan

1st SFG, Sig Sauer

Otis Technology:

May 25: @msr300blk

May 31:  Billy W. - @bigbiller on Instagram

June 7: Chris Inouye

June 14: David Michaelson

June 21: Daniel McElwain

June 28: Rick Rasnic

July 5: Roger Morris!

July 12: Jesse Losey

July 19: Luis Chavez

The fine folks at Otis Technology have sent over a mountain of rifle maintenance tools and cleaning kits for the AR-15 and AR-10.  We’ve been tasked with giving them away.  Watch for the special posts on Facebook and Instagram to get a chance to win some of the awesome products made by Otis Technology.  We’ll give away a complete MSR Cleaning kit in either 5.56 or 7.62 in the middle of each month up until Christmas, when we’ll give away a complete Otis Technology Elite Cleaning System to one lucky listener.  During the alternating weeks, we’ll be giving away a host of Otis tools and cleaning supplies.

Feedback:

Erik Olsen is running a fundraiser for Camp Hope at the Chris Neal Farm by selling Disabled Vet Patches online.

Camp Hope is dedicated to honoring the fallen by helping the wounded. Created by Gold Star parents, William "Mike" and Galia White, the 170-acre farm located 70 miles southeast of Lambert-St. Louis Airport in Missouri, was created to honor the memory of their son. Pfc Christopher Neal White, a 23-year-old Marine, was tragically killed in action in Al Anbar, Iraq on June 20, 2006.

Camp Hope provides FREE outdoor adventures to combat wounded veterans of the War on Terror and active-duty combat-wounded Soldiers, Marines, Airmen and Sailors.

The mission of Camp Hope is to allow wounded warriors the opportunity to participate in outdoor activities with dignity - to not think about what they "can't" do, only to think what they want to do. Soldiers can shoot skeet, hunt turkey and deer, fish, hike, explore the country, or relax around the ever-burning firepit.

More than 42,000 Soldiers have been wounded in the War on Terror. Camp Hope is committed to letting them heal through nature. Since 2007, dozens of Soldiers - male and female, representing all branches of the military, from across the country, have experienced, enjoyed, and sought solace at Camp Hope.

@Bigbiller on Instagram:

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