Wolf & Iron Podcast #003: Aaron Jannetti on Active Shooter Defense, Krav Maga, & Strength Training

by Michael Yarbrough April 25, 2016

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I first came across Aaron Jannetti via the video below which was shared on Facebook by Glenn Beck. Aaron’s Active Shooter course seemed like one of the best and most needed ideas in a long time, so I looked him up and invited him to the podcast. Aaron’s skill set is mighty impressive: ...

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TRThursday: A Pistol With a History!

by Michael Yarbrough March 12, 2015


“This is a pistol with a history,” he said, fondling his revolver affectionately. “It was taken from the wreck of the Maine. When I took it to Cuba, I made a vow to kill at least one Spaniard with it, and I did…” – Theodore Roosevelt, The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt, Edmund Morris


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TRThursday: The Winchester – Theodore Roosevelt’s Rifle of Choice
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TRThursday: The Winchester – Theodore Roosevelt’s Rifle of Choice

by Mike Yarbrough February 26, 2015

“Personally, I have always preferred the Winchester. I now use a 45-90, with my old Buffalo gun, a 40-90 Sharps’ as spare rifle. Both, of course, have specifically tested barrels, and are stocked and sighted to suit myself.” – Theodore Roosevelt, Hunting Trips of a Ranchman

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Fireside Topic: If you could only have one rifle caliber, what would it be?

by Michael Yarbrough July 30, 2014

Vintage Winchester Rifle Print

Choose your scenario: End of Civilized Society or Super Strict Gun Laws. You have to choose one rifle caliber to see you and yours through the tough times ahead. What’s it going to be? The easily carried and plentiful .22? The battle ready 7.62×39? The hunter’s go-to choice of 30.06? A hard-hitting .308? Maybe ...

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Fireside Topic: What are your thoughts on the Second Amendment and Firearms?

by Michael Yarbrough May 07, 2014


“A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” – Fourth Article and Second Amendment of the Constitution of the United States of America

Few topics in the past decade have been as heated ...

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