Welcome to Concealed Wisconsin Radio

Concealed Wisconsin RadioConcealed Wisconsin Radio is a show by Andy Anderson, a gun enthusiast, NRA Member, and muli-state concealed carry license holder.

His love of guns and desire to educate other about their constitutional rights and personal responsibility to defend themselves and others in the face of danger, make this broadcast a priority and a pleasure.

Concealed Wisconsin Radio is dedicated to telling others about Wisconsin’s Concealed Carry Law and encouraging others to be their own first responder, because although the police are valuable parts of law enforcement, they are rarely available when you need them in a crisis. It then becomes our responsibility to protect ourselves.

Welcome to Concealed Wisconsin! A podcast about Guns, Wisconsin, and YOU!  In today’s show, we’ll talk about the tragic mass murder in a Brookfield, WI spa & salon, the negatives of posting your business, and the upcoming presidential election and what’s at stake for gun owners if Obama wins.

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Length: 17 min.

Today’s show has been sponsored by:

Clevelands Holsters

Cleveland’s Holsters are a Wisconsin product with materials produced 100% in the USA.  Head on over to Cleveland’s Holsters to check out their quality products; they won’t disappoint!

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In today’s broadcast, we’ll cover the latest tragic news from Brookfield, WI and the Mass Murder at the Spa and Salon – killing three and injuring four.  We’ll also discuss the Presidential election and Obama’s record against guns.  The election is on November 6, 2012, just 14 days away.

Spa and Salon Murder - Milwaukee Journal Sentinal

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Copyright 2012

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Welcome to Concealed Wisconsin! A podcast about Guns, Wisconsin, and YOU!  In today’s show, we’re reviewing the 2 tragic mass murder’s that happened recently in Aurora Colorado and Oak Creek Wisconsin and discussing the importance of training with Dominic Ferraro of Advanced Protection Group, LLC.

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Length: 55 min.

Today’s show has been sponsored by:

Clevelands Holsters

Cleveland’s Holsters are a Wisconsin product with materials produced 100% in the USA.  Head on over to Cleveland’s Holsters to check out their quality products; they won’t disappoint!

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In today’s broadcast, we’ll be talking with Dominic Ferraro, the President of Advanced Protection Group, LLC.  Advanced Protection Group provides personal defense training, specialized law enforcement training, private security solutions, and investigative consulting services.

Advanced Protection Group consists of current and former law enforcement officers, investigators, certified firearms instructors, military personnel, firefighters, insurance adjusters, and security experts.

Advanced Protection Group is a family owned and operated company located in central Wisconsin with associates are strategically positioned throughout the state to ensure maximum coverage and efficient operations.

Dominic is going to walk through the active shooter incidents in Aurora and Oak Creek and also discuss the importance of ongoing training

We’ll be talking about all of this and much, much more!

Links from today’s show:

Advanced Protection Group, LLC
Post Office Box 411
Westfield, WI  53964-0411

608-218-4636 | Office
855-942-2779 | Toll-free
www.apgwi.com

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Copyright 2012

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Welcome to Concealed Wisconsin!  A podcast about Guns, Wisconsin, and YOU!  In today’s show, I’m talking with the legally armed citizen who thwarted the armed robbery at the Aldi’s Grocery store in Milwaukee back on January 30th.

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Length: 61 min.

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See the related blog on this episode of Concealed Wisconsin: First Concealed Carry Self Defense Case for Wisconsin

On January 30, 2012, Nazir Al-Mujaahid entered the Aldi’s grocery story to get some items for dinner.  While inside, he faced the barrel of a sawed off shot gun in an armed robbery.  Protecting himself, his wife and other customers led to events that ended the robbery and have drawn attention to why Concealed Carry is so important in our society.

Nazir wasn’t looking for the spot light, but has chosen to use his experiences to Advocate Concealed Carry to others who want to protect themselves and their family criminals like the ones who robbed Aldi’s.

Please listen to this episode and leave a comment below!  Also, click the share button to spread the word about Concealed Wisconsin.

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Welcome to Concealed Wisconsin! A podcast about Guns, Wisconsin, and YOU!  In today’s show, I’ll evaluate the scenario surrounding Hope Melton, a 30 year old woman, stopped at a convenience store in the town of Jefferson, unaware that a violent man was watching her.

That man, 23 year old Nickolas Jermaine Miller,  was seen in surveillance video in he convenience store harassing the Melton and then following her car as she left the parking lot.  She  was abducted, raped, and beaten to death.

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Length: 13 min.

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See the related blog on this episode of Concealed Wisconsin: Would a firearm have saved the South Carolina women kidnapped raped and beaten to death?

Beverly Hope MeltonMiller, the man charged with abducting, raping and killing Melton was seen on surveillance video opening the store’s door for Melton, purchasing a beer and sitting in his car in waiting for her to leave.

When Melton finished pumping her gas, she left and Miller followed in his SUV.  Melton turned on to Angelus Road, heading to her grandmother’s house when she likely noticed that she was being followed.

This begs the question, “what if she had a gun?”   What if Hope Melton was a licensed concealed carry gun owner who choose to arm herself that day?  Would she still be alive today to tell the story?  I say yes!  And this should be a wake up call for women to choose ‘not to be a victim.’

Not a Victim!By evaluating this story, I mean no disrespect to Hope Melton’s family, but I do want consider the scenario under different conditions.

It is safe to say that people who choose to carry a weapon for self defense tend to be more alert to suspicious people, uncomfortable circumstances, and potential crimes.  In fact, they tend to carry themselves differently.

They can be less attractive as a target, because they are “too alert” and there are easier targets out there.

However, being alert doesn’t mean criminals won’t target you; some criminals, like Nickolas Jermaine Miller were willing to go to extremes to accomplish his plans and being alert would not have enough to deter him.

So, let’s re-evaluate the scenario, but this time we’ll give Hope Melton a gun.

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Concealed Wisconsin is a unique online community and we encourage you become part of it. Looking for ways to get connect? Leave us a comment, become a fan on Facebook, or leave us feedback on the Concealed Carry Feedback Hotline at 608-305-GUNS – that’s (608) 305-4867.

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To contact the host of this program with questions, show ideas, or any other reason, email him at: andy@concealedwisconsin.com.

Copyright 2011

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008 Concealed Wisconsin Interview with Gun Author Michael Martin and Wisconsin Gun News!

December 8, 2011

Welcome to Concealed Wisconsin! A podcast about Guns, Wisconsin, and YOU! In today’s show, I get a chance to sit down with Michael Martin, the author of Several books on Concealed Carry.

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007 Concealed Wisconsin Where is My License? and Wisconsin Gun News!

November 26, 2011

Welcome to Concealed Wisconsin!  In today’s show I’m going to vent a little, because I still haven’t gotten my Concealed Weapons License in the mail yet and I sent the application in on November 1st!  Next, there are a couple things in the news that I’d like to cover and bring to your attention, then […]

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006 Concealed Wisconsin – Discussing Concealed Carry with Dominic Ferraro of Advanced Protection Group

November 4, 2011

Update on the Castle Doctrine – as of November 3rd, 2011 – the Senate passed an amended version of the Castle Doctrine bill. This means that the bill goes back to the Assembly for debate. If it is passed as is, it will be delivered to the Governor for his signature. This bill brings protection to Wisconsin citizens who defend themselves against attacks in their own homes, cars and businesses.

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005 Interview with Attorney Adam Jarchow Discussing Concealed Carry

November 1, 2011

Congratulations Wisconsin! Our state has finally recognized the constitutionally guaranteed right to use a firearm to protect ourselves against criminals who seek to do us harm!

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004 Concealed Wisconsin – Man on the Street at the the Open Carry Tea Party in Hudson, WI

October 22, 2011

[Audio clip: view full post to listen] Featured Segment Andy of the Concealed Wisconsin Podcast traveled down to beautiful Hudson, WI to listen to speakers, mingle with fellow 2nd Amendment supporters, and enjoy a couple of hours of openly carrying a firearm just because it is my constitutional right to do so. In just 10 […]

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003 Concealed Wisconsin – Wisconsin Concealed Carry Law – Important Information & FAQ

July 15, 2011

[Audio clip: view full post to listen] Featured Segment Since the Wisconsin Senate passed SB-93 on June 14, 2011, there have been questions and answers floating around the internet regarding the contents of the now signed law called Act 35. Unfortunately, many of the answer are not accurate and the information  come packaged in the […]

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