Steve ponders how many Van Halen songs there are that can be used for intro music before they start to be repeated... decides he doesn't care! (We'll probably get sued before too many get repeated!)
Then, a brief update on nicotine withdrawal and sleep deprivation goodness, and finally:
a. Some news on the new book
b. What is a "limiting factor" in your shooting and what should be done about it.
c. Barking dogs and expensive pickups: Listening at your own risk.
Have a great day!!!!!
Today we get Hyder back on and discuss, bullet weights, comps, powders and come to the inevitable conclusion that Steve is always right!
Also discussed: the gap betwen live fire and dry fire, and whether taking a break is good for you!
Steve answers some listener questions about steel vs. paper, goes on a very mini-rant about mini targets again, and complains about his Dobermans squeezing him out of bed like, uh, toothpaste?
What exactly did you expect?
Is there a coherent shooting analogy contained within Van Halen, Shoes, and Cockroaches? Steve thinks so.
Also covered in this brief episode are:
a. The words you must never say at the Circleville Range
b. The BEST gun for Dry Fire
c. The True Effect of Regular Training on a positive self-image
Look for Part 2 of the Andrew Hyder hour soon...
Steve gets a late start, blames Andrew Hyder, and then discusses:
a. CZs, Spiders and Hornets
b. Bullet Weight and Powder Choice
c. Glocks, Recoil, and Grip Tape
d. The Coalition to remove assault weapons?
Today we spend an hour with the great Andrew Hyder and talk about about his favorite topic.
How many springs can he name in 10 seconds? All of them.
Today Steve wraps up a topic from yesterday, namely stage breakdown and planning.
Then we get a text from the great Andrew Hyder, and you know what that means!
As advertised, Steve lets the listeners pick the topics and calls a very surpried Bill Seevers for assistance!
Frustration in Training
The Dry Fire Live Fire Gap
And the super secret workout!
And of course, Steve gets mesmerized by van Halen...
Today gets you not one but TWO Van Halen songs, a more detailed description of what you get in the live fire class (which you can take for FREE if you organize it) and Steve basks in the validation of shot calling after a Brian Enos blessing.
Then, Clay K from VA texts in and gets put on the air.
You wanna be on, lemme know or just text me early in the morning.
Steve has either:
a. Died and gone to heaven
b. Been selected for a reality TV show without his knowledge
c. Been kidnapped by people even crazier than he is
I guess we'll find out soon enough...we'll also find out why:
a. Micah Barcelo is not allowed to choose intro music
b. why you should possibly throw your FO front sight into the nearest body of water.
Steve rambles through more side effects of quitting smoking, visits the fabulous brianenos.com shooting forums for the first time in awhile and stumbles across a question that is tailor made for him: Why Dry Fire?
Steve had a dry fire tune-up at the Woodlands Dojo, and the shooter was already so good that we were worried we couldn't help him!
Turns out, our shooter is simply a little too smart for for his own good sometimes...
And if anybody can make something a little less too smart, it's our humble host Steve Anderson!
Steve share a very Zen moment during yesterday's smokeless dry firing and tries desperately to get you to understand it.
But first, unapologetic Van halen lyric analysis turned into life advice.
Finally, the joy of tiny movements is examined.
This is Christmas day, also known as Steve's second day of non-smoking. He's feeling much better, and a hilarious James Brown Christmas song causes him to get a little silly. It's amazing what clean air can do to a juvenile mind. Look out.
then, we announce the official start of the third book and make fun of Christmas Singing and two old ladies with broken legs. (We make fun of them kindly, gently, and affectionately, at least)
Merry Christmas Gang! Hug those little ones for me!
Steve quits smoking, takes guns to the airport, United calls the cops and TSA over 17 rds of .38 Special ammo.