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In his book, On the Shores of Politics, Jacques Ranciere argues that the Western Platonic project of utopian politics has been based upon 'an anti-maritime polemic'. The treacherous boundaries of the political are imagined as island shores, riverbanks, and abysses. Its enemies are the mutinous waves and the drunken sailor. 'In order to save politics', writes Ranciere, 'it must be pulled aground among the shepherds'. And yet, as Ranciere points out, this always entails the paradox that to fou ...
 
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The Everyday Sniper Podcast: 2 Hour Thanksgiving Special Welcome to the Everyday Sniper's Holiday Extravaganza! By popular demand, we have a 2-hour episode with Mike Menchaca. Yes, Mike is back and on the Everyday Sniper Podcast. Stories, jokes, a little drinking before the holiday, it's all there. We hit on performance anxiety, doing your worst at…
 
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: Sick Day Episode, Tippy Toe I am at home sick, maybe covid, maybe the flu, totally nothing but annoying. So I decided to read the user comments and in doing so I have to break my own rules. The comments crossed into my new year's resolution so I had to break it, but I metered my breaks. Thanks to all the listeners who c…
 
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: New Years Eve Resolutions 2021 Feels like a holiday to me, 2020 cannot end quickly enough so I am jumping ahead to 2021. I am putting out my New Years' Eve Resolutions for the new season. Yesterday was Friday the 13th so I was being reflective on my mental well being so I decided to put together my resolution. My three …
 
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: Vudoo Gunworks Mike Bush Interview This episode features Mike Bush from Vudoo Gunworks. We spent the week filming an episode of Shooting Gallery together so we wanted to talk rimfire Mike does a deep dive into the Vudoo mindset and philosophy, how they go about designing the very best rimfire money can buy. Hope you enj…
 
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: My Level Best I gotta level with you guys, you make it too easy to push your buttons. You know I am trolling but you take it so seriously and get all butt hurt over it, makes me a bit sad for you. I honestly have no issue with levels, and I understand the use and employment better than you realize. Sure I firmly believe…
 
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: Phil Velayo Birthday Extravaganza First off, Happy Belated Birthday Phil, thanks for coming on the podcast and dropping some knowledge bombs, this was a fun conversation. Phil and I wanted to get together to talk about some past podcasts and to clarify some previous statements. it was a lot of fun throwing some of these…
 
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: Patterns, we are looking at Patterns Another quick episode to hold you over. Patterns, we are looking at patterns, we use patterns to determine direction. I like patterns, I want to see patterns in your shooting because they tell a story. Lighter 338 bullets are better, I demonstrated it this weekend to a shooter who wa…
 
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: Episode 276: Training and Practice I think this is episode 276, I honestly don't know as I messed with the numbering up on the Everyday Sniper Podcast.I have a class happening with Brian Whalen in New Mexico next month. Check out www.cprifle.com Read Chris Roberts post from Facebook, that was a topical and important rea…
 
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: I'm busy, how about you, Back in AK Your Fix is in, another episode of the Everyday Sniper Podcast, because apparently I have been slacking on my listeners. Or maybe I spoiled you all by posting so many episodes one right after another, when I need a short break I get slack in the comments. Motivate me, Topics of this E…
 
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: Wheels and the Legman Interview Two of the top competitor out there, Serge and Jorge join us today to talk competition, local matches and just some general get out and shoot philosophies with me. I was bored again, wanted to talk to someone besides myself so I rang up Serge and Jorge to talk smack on the podcast. A litt…
 
In this episode, Jimmy Bell talks about his upbringing in rural Texas, and how that shaped him to become the tip of the spear as a Force Recon Marine. He then continues to talk about his exploits and experience in the firearms industry and why he chose to start Texas Ordnance Depot, a boutique shooting supply store and training area in central Texa…
 
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: Bored, I'm bored, so bored, totally bored. Tired of repeating myself unless it's something important or something that needs to be said, but I personally feel I have said it all, more than once. With that, I am bored and just rambling like an idiot. Sure there may be a nugget or two in there, but odds are, I am saying a…
 
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: Straight Jacket Armory with Bartlein Barrels, Supply & Demand May you live in interesting times! The firearm industry is on fire right now, demand has never been greater and we living through the perfect storm of violence in the streets, politics, and the pandemic. All this has combined to put a huge crush on the indust…
 
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: Episode 271:End of the Roadtrip Back from our epic road trip across the United States. Ending in Tennesse at Treadproof we had a great group of shooters. They are making improvements as we speak and the target package was nice. Tons of small steel plates scattered across the range. Overall we had a kick-ass group of stu…
 
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: Berger No BS BC Part 8 Reloading Welcome to Part 8 of the Berger No BS BC Series, Reloading for Long Range Shooting Part 2. We continue the conversation with Bryan and Emil in regards to reloading for long range shooting. In this episode we talk: Determining your powder charge Seating Depth Mindset for the Reloader Samp…
 
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: Ted Hoeger Interviews Marc & Frank We are in Iowa teaching a precision rifle class on our midwest tour, and Ted Hoeger creator of the Weaponized Math Cheat Sheets wanted to go James Lipton on us. We do a nice a insider Q&A with Ted, answering a variety of questions. I was a little horse from teaching and talking, someth…
 
In this episode, we talk to Dustin Ellermann, a well-known instructor and all-around great person who loves the Lord and gives back through service ministries that help young kids with personal development. Check out www.Camphisway.com & www.marksmancamp.com for more info on Dustin's ministries. Also Check out his social media outlets on instagram …
 
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: Episode 269 Road Tripping Okay Everyday Sniper Listeners, Marc and Frank are on the Road driving to Dubuque Iowa for our next set of classes. We just left Minnesota after a short pit stop at JP Rifles. Happy Birthday Adam! We had a great class in MN with the guys at the Gopher Rifle and Revolver club, we more importantl…
 
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: Nebraska After Action, American Pie Edition Hello from the heartland everybody, Marc and Frank have taken the show on the road and we are coming at you from Imperial Nebraska. Home to JM Precision, and we just finished a class for Jake McDaniel. We out here on the road building marksman and giving you our lessons learne…
 
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: Berger No BS BC Part 7, Reloading for Long Range This is Part One of Reloading for Long Range Shooting. This is another masterclass lesson on the Do's and Don't of precision reloading. In Part One we go over: Brass Prep Primers and details around Primer depth and methodology Reloading Equipment Dies and Primer Tools As …
 
The Everyday Sniper Episode 265: Alaska in July Marc & Frank After finishing our July block of classes in Alaska, both a PR 1 & PR2, Marc and Frank sit down in Anchorage to discuss the lessons learned. We breakdown the lessons learned and what we take away from having several group students on the firing line. It's always a learning experience on b…
 
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: Berger No BS BC w/ Bryan and Emil Part 6 Another Masterclass episode from the Berger No BS BC Series. Bryan and Emil answer some listener questions, Sectional Density Form Factor Custom / Experimental Bullets Berger Manufacturing Premium Materials and Consistency of design and manufacturing I really appreciate Berger, B…
 
The Everyday Sniper Podcast Episode 263 Bizzaro World Respect for the Departed We are truly living in Bizarre times so I am calling this Bizarro Episode, but more to the point it's out of Respect for Frank DeSomma and Robert Gradous Two icons in our industry passed away recently and I wanted to bring attention to it. These are two awesome individua…
 
Mr Hwang is a prominent figure in the US firearms industry as the founder and owner of Rainierarms.com John comes on the podcast to discuss his beginnings and expansion in the firearms sector both here in the US and abroad! He also speaks about his personal interests and what it's like living in the beautiful Pacific Northwest region.…
 
The Everyday Sniper Podcast: Berger No BS BC Part 5 The Wind Welcome to the Berger No BS BC-Series on the Everday Sniper Podcast. In this episode, I wanted to take advantage of having Bryan and Emil on the show by highlighting the wind. Emil is known for his wind reading skills so not digging deeper into this part of shooting would be a crime. We t…
 
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