Black Rifle Radio
7:00 am on 700 AM in Utah
With Brandon Nielsen & Steve Morrison
Black Rifle Radio | 2013-03-07 | Episode 1
Download MP3 | 50 MB | Total Running Time 53:25
3:25 News hosted by Clark from Utah Shooting Sports Council. Sponsored by the Urban Warfare Center & Ops Gear. There are some audio issues with background music volume in this segment.
5:50 Short bit for advertiser Impact Guns.
6:45 A few words on the XD from Stuart Wallin, CEO of Get Some Guns & Ammo and sponsor of the talk show.
7:50 Alex Robinson of Robinson Armament (RobArms) speaks on gun rights.
9:50 Advertisements until 13:00
13:20 Steve Morrison of Mars Armament speaks with Reed Knight of Knights Armament. Topics covered include Gene Stoner, KAC quad rails, the M110 sniper rifle, AR piston systems, and manufacturing.
25:42 Advertisements until 27:58
28:20 Continuing with Reed Knight, Mark Serbu of Serbu Firearms joins the conversation. Mark mentions the .50 BMG semi-auto has a foreign military contract.
30:40 The show takes a few phone calls. instead of taking advantage of the chance to speak with Reed, Alex, or Mark – the first caller asks about the XD being made in Croatia. I found it hard to listen to, knowing these manufacturing CEO’s are sitting back just listening to this. At 36:00 they are speaking with the second caller about Obama being the best gun seller or the year. A tired joke before he even took office.
37:45 Goodbyes are said to Reed Knight and lead to advertisements until 40:17
40:30 Steve speaks with Alex Robinson about the SCAR program, the XCR-L, and XCR quick change calibers.
45:00 Short bit for advertisers Impact Guns and the Urban Warfare Center.
46:00 Mark Serbu talks about the BFG-50, .50 caliber “need”, and public sales.
49:00 Short bit for Get Some.
50:40 Radio contest announcement, closing notes, and a few mentions for sponsors.
Strangely, at no time do they announce the air date. I trust I got it correct.
I typed this up at three am, when almost finished I realized I should have cropped all the advertisements out. I likely will in the near future but all of the above time references will be invalid.