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During our SOTG Homeroom from Crossbreed Holsters, we have an example of dangerous on demand done the wrong way. Do the Four Universal Firearms Safety Rules apply during a fight? Before you answer that question, listen to this episode.

Our friend, Yehuda Remer is back. We continue with our interview of The Pew Pew Jew. You don’t need to be a member of the Hebrew faith to get something valuable from this discussion. 

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A Massachusetts man accidentally killed his neighbor with a crossbow while trying to save him from a dog attack on Wednesday, authorities said.

According to the Berkshire District Attorney’s Office, police were called to an apartment in the town of Adams over reports of a mauling by two pit bulls.

Police found the dogs “engaging in a volatile confrontation,” and they then “turned the attack onto responding officers.” The dogs, which were said to have a history of acting aggressively, were killed by the officers.

Inside the apartment, police found the body of an adult man, 27-year-old Joshua Jadusingh, who had been killed by a crossbow. A child, who was unharmed, was found in another room.

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Zachary Markel, affectionately known as the Shipping Ogre, is an intricate member of the Student of the Gun team. Zachary co-hosts the radio show, publishes the material for public consumption and produces Morning Mindset with Paul G. Markel. As the Shipping Ogre, Zach oversees the SOTG Gear store. He ensures that every package he touches is handled with care.