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Sheldon Richman and Lucy Steigerwald understand liberty like Steve Irwin understood crocodiles. They’re masters, plain and simple.

This week, we turn to realism, utopianism, and guns.

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Meet the hosts

Contributing editor/Columnist for VICE.comAntiwar.comRare.us, Playboy.com and Editor in Chief of The Stag Blog.
Sheldon Richman, author of America's Counter-Revolution: The Constitution Revisited, keeps the blog Free Association and is affiliated with the Center for a Stateless Society both as chair of the trustees and as a senior fellow. You can support his blog at Patreon.

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  • Kick off the discussion on the upcoming guide, Building an Armory from Scratch! Questions, comments, observations or elaborations? Either reply here or create a new discussion using the tag Guide_building-an-armory-from-scratch.

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  • Can government “buy-back” programs of fire arms may lead to the government selling them on the black market for profit.

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  • I’ve had several. 45 cal. Colt 1911, 357 mag, Glock .40 cal. Several semi- auto shotguns. Which is your favorite?

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  • I can not begin to explain what is right about this video. It is like a dream come true for a wakeboarding anarcho-capitalist. I especially like the connection between “alternative energy” and dead cows. 😉 Enjoy.

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  • My name Is Kyler, and I was a Marksmanship instructor for the United States Marine corps for over 3 years. While there I was sent to a school on how to teach, and how to develop training courses.  I have taught more people to shoot than I can possibly remember, and after a life time spent around weapons I have come to the conclusion that EVERYONE should have proper training. Even those who do not currently own a weapon and have no intention to do so. The training that can be provided over the internet is limited, but there is still a lot we can do. I have a long list of classes I would be willing to make available/teach, and while I may not be able to go out to the range with you and observe your shooting, if you have a friend record you and you take pictures of your target I can analyze it and do personal coaching with you. I don’t know how open the liberty.me community would be to this idea tho, so please let me know what you think.

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