Where in the world is Doc? – Episode #142

This episode again is mostly about Gun Rights Policy Conference and a conversation that we recorded with Eric Shelton & Larry Piekarski in room 662 of the Hyatt Regency O’Hare hotel the night before GRPC started. The conversation was recorded with the Edirol R-09HR High-Resolution WAVE/MP3 Recorder.

GRPC 2011 Video

eric shelton, larry piekarski

Second Amendment Patriots North
Kodiak Firing Range and Training Facility
Sig Sauer SP2022 9mm – Giveaway


Equipment used to stream from GRPC 2011:
JVC GR-D850 MiniDV Camcorder with 35x Optical Zoom
Manfrotto 190XPROB 3 Section Aluminum Pro Tripod
Apple MacBook Pro MC700LL/A 13.3-Inch Laptop
Tripp Lite F019-006 IEEE 1394b Firewire 800 Gold Hi-speed Cable, 9pin/4pin – 6ft
Electro-Voice EV Cobalt 7 Premium Vocal Mic
Cakewalk UA-25EX USB Audio and MIDI Interface
HTC EVO 4G Android Phone (Sprint)
bambusetor.com  to stream and archive the video


Follow-Up to Evansville Indiana Lawsuit

There have been some developments after my interview with Guy Relford in the last episode of the podcast. It appears that some people that should know better have decided that it’s a good idea to attack Mr. Benjamin A. Magenheimer for exercising his rights under not only the Second Amendment of the United States but also under the Indiana Constitution and Indiana law.

Mr. Benjamin A. Magenheimer the plaintiff in the case against the city of Evansville was doing nothing more than exercising his right to carry a firearm. Indiana state law does not limit our right to carry only a concealed firearm. Far too often though individuals who are licensed to carry a firearm in our state are not familiar enough with the law to know that there is no reason why legally they cannot carry openly. So it causes confusion and when someone does at sometimes frightens individuals who are more ignorant of our laws.

Of course the media does not help and for some reason some of our citizens would much rather take the position that the media is pushing then using their own thought processes and thinking it out thoroughly before commenting in public. That is very unfortunate.

This past weekend I spent at the Gun Rights Policy Conference in Chicago in a room with nearly 800 Illinois residents who are working hard to have just the slimmest of rights that Indiana residents already take for granted. Let’s not go backwards with our freedoms and please think before you comment on something you have no direct knowledge of.

Here is a link to a letter from Guy Relford the attorney of Benjamin A. Magenheimer.


Mark Vanderberg created the Gun Rights Radio Network (GRRN) to host those independent voices among the pro-gun owners’ rights community. Since its founding in early 2008, the group has expanded to some 18 regular podcasts. Podcasts are like radio shows that are held in archives and can be downloaded at listeners’ convenience. Visit: www.gunrightsradio.com


Interview with Guy Relford – Episode #141

This episode of the Gun Rights Advocates Podcast we have two interviews. The first is with John Richardson from the blog “NO LAWYERS – ONLY GUNS AND MONEY”. We talk about the upcoming Gun Rights Policy Conference which starts September 23, 2011.

Second interview is with Guy Relford an Indiana attorney, we talk about the changes made to Indiana’s preemption law and about the lawsuit that he has filed in Hammond Indiana and a lawsuit that he has filed against the city of Evansville on behalf of a client.

If it wasn’t for the Gun Rights Policy Conference on September 24 I would instead be going to Guy Relford’s Comprehensive Indiana Gun Law class (NWI) taking place at Cabela’s Hammond, Indiana 9:00 am – 5:00 pm. Listen to the interview and you’ll find out that he will be teaching you everything you need to know about Indiana firearm laws. There still time to register at Tactical Firearms Training, LLC.

Hammond cops ordered not to enforce city gun carry lawSig_SP2022_250

GRRN is giving away a Sig Sauer SP2022 9mm and you can get a free entry into the drawing if you are attending the Gun Rights Policy Conference in Chicago next weekend and you find me and ask for the entry.