WIG 240 - No Apologies Featuring MDFI

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Erik “Trek” Utrecht - Trek is the owner of the Michigan Defensive Firearms Institute known simply as MDFI.

On top of his duties as Lead Instructor with MDFI, he is a licensed Professional Investigator in the state of Michigan, an Adjunct Instructor with Greenside Training of Arizona and Centrifuge Training of Texas, and is a dedicated volunteer for the Brian Terry Foundation.


Benjamin Allread - Host of the Off Road podcast and shipper of freedom at Rainier Arms


Pansy Steele - Full time 3 Gunner, firearms enthusiast and German Shepherd mom






Top Stories


{Start Positive News…


Spike's and PHU have no apologies for threatening antifa


Franklin Armory releases 11.5” barreled, non NFA, SBR


Century releases Draco 9 AK style pistol


Palmetto State Armory to build inexpensive MP5 clones


Seekins Precision releases a new rifle for precision shooters


Ed Brown and Zev join forces on a new 1911


Diana Miller and coalition of 50 women gun owners take to DC


Silencerco founders step down to focus on other paths


Julie Golob releases firearm safety book for children


Federal releases new deeper penetrating Hydra Shok ammo


Should you carry a spare mag?


//End Positive News}


4 officers shot in N Carolina, suspect also shot and captured


NJ seeks to expand assault weapons definition to include many guns legally owned by residents of the state


WA AG pushes for magazine restrictions and assault weapon permits


California mayor has rifle confiscated for shooting squirrels from his truck


NY lawmakers seek to extend deadline for SAFE act permit recertification that many permit holders don't know they have to comply with


Pa gun store owner gets 30 month sentence for weapons charges


Alien Gear to debut an IWB holster with built in fan at Shot show


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Illinois AG robbed at gunpoint in Chicago during campaign photoshoot


Adam Kraut responds to NRA board member denigrating his run for the board


Trump loosens firearm export restrictions and the Dems are livid


SAF appeals to SCOTUS on Alameda gun store zoning rules, argues that acquiring guns is a prerequisite to keep and bear arms


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Full Auto News Segment

(Stories the “real” media won’t talk about… and other crazy stuff):


**Each host picks a story to call their own**






Hamas leader accidentally shoots himself in the head


Utah police officer does a full auto mag dump to stop would be cop killer (Video)


Missouri mayor on FBI most wanted list after $4 million cash and 2 dead bodies found in storage unit



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OverFlow - Extra Stories (SKIP THESE)


Doug Koenig jumps from Smith & Wesson to become Ruger shooting team captain


Savage releases 110 Wolverine in 450 Bushmaster


VA governor's push to ban private gun sales is defeated in committee


Ca senator Kamala Harris appointed to Senate Judiciary Committee


Texas Tech student detained by TSA for brandishing school's finger gun salute


Collector is crushed when he finds that antique gun he researched for 35 years was stolen