Dr John Edeen is a Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon in San Antonio, TX and is active in seeking the right to carry for qualified hospital staff. At Doctors For Responsible Gun Ownership (DRGO), he oversees membership development.
As part of its Mission Implementation, DRGO publishes Position Statements on topics relevant to the intersection of Gun Rights and Medicine, Medical and Public Health Research and the resultant policy recommendations.
Where appropriate, DRGO makes available resources for use by health care practitioners and patients.
This index will be updated as new topics emerge and existing ones evolve.
Kristy Titus serves as host of NRA Women TV Tips & Tactics, is co-host of The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Team Elk Television Show, and she is launching a new digital television series called Pursue the Wild in 2017.
Additionally, she’s an ambassador for Cabela’s, Swarovski Optik, Buck Knives, Montana Silversmiths, and Wilderness Athlete. She is a hunting and nutrition editor for Western Hunter Magazine. Her greatest hope is to inspire others, giving them the confidence to tackle the most demanding outdoor activities.
Kristy is also an NRA Refuse to be a Victim and Basic Pistol Instructor.
Gabby Franco is an Olympian, firearms instructor, author and NRA commentator who has been shooting competitively for over 18 years. Gabby is the author of the popular shooting manual “TroubleShooting: Mastering your Pistol Marksmanship. As a firearms instructor, Gabby has taught men and women all over the country including law enforcement and military personal. Gabby’s style of teaching combines the fundamentals and the mental aspect of precision shooting with a twist of speed.
Gabby grew up in Venezuela. As a child She was very active and practiced different sports like swimming, gymnastics, running, etc. Until one day her Dad took her to the shooting range when she was only 11 years old. Since day one she knew she wanted to know more about the Shooting Sport.
Gabby became a Olympic Pistol shooter, and she used to train 6 days a week 4-5 hours a day after school.
At the age of 16 after a few years of training Gabby became part of the Venezuelan Olympic Team and won her first International Silver Medal at the Bolivarian Games in Peru (1997). Since then Gabby became one of favorite pistol shooter of the Venezuelan Team competing in 14 different countries in 5 years and earning at least a dozen of International titles. Gabby became Venezuelan National Champion for several years.
Gabby moved to the United States in 2002 shortly after her last match in Brazil (South American Games) where She won 3 Gold medals. In USA Gabby started working in the Firearms Industry becoming more involved in the USPSA and Tactical shooting.
Currently Gabby is FIREARMS INSTRUCTOR and an active competitor in USPSA, and facilitator of Mental Dynamics of Target Shooting.
Raelene Keller is the past President and current Treasurer for the Kansas Governor’s Ringneck Classic, Inc.
She has served on numerous non-profit boards and has a passion for her rural community and its growth. Raelene has been involved with this organization since the beginning when the Governor took office in 2011. The Governor’s initiative was to promote hunting tourism and have a local economic impact in northwest Kansas.
The Ringneck Classic is a non-profit organization that holds a 4 day event centered around a pheasant hunt. It is completely a grass root endeavor with all volunteers. Each year they host approximately 80 hunters and all proceeds go to land conservation and wildlife habitat efforts.
Tayler McNeil, International Olympic Trap Shooter and four time Arizona State Olympic Trap Champion.
Tayler has competed on the National platform for the past 4 years and has earned recognition by AZ State Governor, Doug Ducey as an outstanding Arizona athlete.
Her recent achievements have included competing at the USA Olympic Trials, USA National Shotgun Finals, USA National Junior Olympics, AZ State Junior Olympics and USA Selection Matches for World Cup events to have earned 14 gold and 4 bronze medals.
Tayler began shooting in March of 2011 by participating in a beginners summer league at Ben Avery Clay Target Center in Phoenix, Arizona. She began by shooting Sporting Clays then onto Skeet and Trap. Before joining the women’s league, Tayler had only been hunting with her father and family. Soon after starting with shooting sports, she quickly found her passion.
After seeking the advice from her Dad and fellow competitors, she felt the need to challenge herself to shoot International Trap. This is where she began to follow her dream of becoming an Olympic athlete. She became a member of the USA Shooting organization and started competing with Olympic shooters from all around the nation. She since has competed in the Junior Olympics and USAS National competitions.
Currently Tayler is attending college at Glendale Community College working towards a Masters degree in Mechanical Engineering. Tayler enjoys shooting and the outdoors and spending time with her family. She is often found at the bunker trap field but when she’s not training she always finds time to talk to other young people about her Olympic path. Tayler speaks at elementary schools and shares her passion of gun safety and youth shooting sports with the students. She is passionate about making others aware that female shooters can make a difference.
Gun Freedom Radio EP 79 Healthy, Happy and Gun Wise
Hour #1 Guests:
– John Edeen – Doctors for Responsible Gun Ownership (DRGO) and poses the possibility that terrorists and other bad guys may see the Gun Free Hospital Zones as inviting targets.
– Kristy Titus – who serves as host of NRA Women TV Tips & Tactics, is co-host of The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Team Elk Television Show, and she is launching a new digital television series called Pursue the Wild this year.
Hour #2 Guests:
– Tayler McNeil – International Olympic Trap Shooter and four time Arizona State Olympic Trap Champion. She has won 14 gold and 4 bronze medals and been recognized by our own AZ Gov Doug Ducey.
– Gabby Franco – Gabby Franco is an Olympian, firearms instructor, author and NRA commentator who has been shooting competitively for over 18 years. Gabby is the author of the popular shooting manual “TroubleShooting: Mastering your Pistol Marksmanship. As a firearms instructor, Gabby has taught men and women all over the country including law enforcement and military personal. Gabby’s style of teaching combines the fundamentals and the mental aspect of precision shooting with a twist of speed.
here to talk about the Mental Dynamics of Target Shooting
– Raelene Keller – President and current Treasurer for Kansas Governor’s Ringneck Classic Pheasant Hunt a non-profit grassroots organization that hosts approximately 80 hunters and all proceeds go to land conservation and wildlife habitat efforts.
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