Dianna Muller is a retired police officer, who served 22 years with the Tulsa Police Department. She is the former Captain of Team Benelli 3-Gun, a Certified Firearms Instructor, and is the Co-host of Shooting Gallery on the Outdoor Channel.
Dianna also is the Founder of The DC Project: Women for Gun Rights, an educational, nonpartisan group of women from all 50 states who advocate for Second Amendment education over legislation. Gun rights are women’s rights and every woman must be prepared to be their own first responder. Women gun owners make firearms safety and education a top priority.
DC Project Mission statement: We are women from all across the nation who are dedicated to safeguarding the Second Amendment and our right to self defense. The DC Project Foundation is a 501(c)4 organization.
In November of 2018 Dianna appeared on the cover of Time Magazine, on their issue titled “Guns In America: What 245 Americans Think About The Issue.”
Dianna also became well-known for her 2019 testimony in front of the House Judiciary Committee on “Protecting America from Assault Weapons” (while sitting on the same panel as David Chipman) when she stated “I will not comply.” (At the 5:30 mark on the link)
Jacqueline Carrizosa is an extreme athlete and Navy Veteran who competes in multi-disciplined shooting matches, Hollywood technical advisor, involved in Stunt work, and races dirtbike offroad races anytime she can and more. Her most recent accomplishment was over 530 miles in the Desert in a race called Vegas To Reno.
Jacqueline is on staff with our Sponsor, AZFirearms.com. She is both a customer consultant, aiding people in making informed decisions about their firearm purchases, as well as spearheading Social Media campaigns.
She is now involved in training with JP Rifles for another big match in December 2018.
Jacqueline is also featured in a Veteran’s Day Special Project. SafariLand has created a film called “The Lionhearted Film” that will be playing in the Smithsonian and the artwork will be forever hung in the Chicago’s Veterans Art Museum.
Zeke Stout is the Host and celebrity judge for the competition series, “Master of Arms” on the Discovery Channel.
Zeke is a certified firearms specialist. He has served as an executive at one of the largest firearms, technology, and gunsmithing schools in the country. In that role, he was certified as a higher education professional in leadership, an Armorer in several platforms, including the 1911 and Penn arms grenade launcher.
Zeke is co-host of the Talking Lead Podcast. And also Projectile Dysfunction Radio.
In 2018, Zeke Hosted and joined a panel of celebrity judges for the Discovery Channel competition series, “Master of Arms”.
TUNE-IN: Master of Arms airs Fridays at 10 PM ET/PT on Discovery Channel.
Jeremy Griffin is the Owner of Dropzone Gunner and Co-Owner of Grizzly Targets.
Jeremy grew up working in construction in Rochester NY for his uncle’s business, Wright Bros. Contractors. Jeremy started working side jobs doing painting and drywall at the age of seventeen. By twenty-one, he was insured as a company and on his own professionally. Along the way Jeremy attended Monroe Community College. He was inspired by a marketing professor to take the plunge and go into the field. By twenty-six, Jeremy transferred to the University of Tampa and finished a marketing degree four years later with a 3.4 GPA.
Currently running a handful of small businesses including:
Mike Detty is a competitive shooter, a writer for gun magazines, law enforcement and military journals, and the author of the book, Operation Wide Receiver: An Informant’s Struggle to Expose the Corruption and Deceit That Led to Operation Fast and Furious.
Motivated by a sense of patriotic duty Tucson gun dealer and author, Mike Detty, alerted the local ATF office when he was first approached by suspected cartel associates.
Detty made the commitment and assumed the risks involved to help the feds make their case, often selling guns to these thugs from his home in the dead of night. Originally told the investigation would last just weeks, Detty’s undercover involvement in Operation Wide Receiver, the precursor to Operation Fast & Furious, stretched on for an astonishing three years.
Though the case took several twists and turns perhaps the cruelest turn was his betrayal by the very agency he risked everything to help.
From Mike: I have been writing for consumer gun magazines, law enforcement and military journals for over 25 years and have well over 700 articles published. My involvement in the firearms industry started with my competitive shooting endeavors. I participated in USPSA and 3-Gun competitions. A quest to learn more about the latest technology made me a natural for product evaluations. Before their closure I contributed to Harris Publications and now work for the Athlon Outdoor Group, which has over 40 gun-related magazines with their well known Combat Handguns as their flagship. I also write for the NRA’s American Rifleman.
I received a BS from the University of Arizona in 1982 in Criminal Justice Administration and entered the officer ranks of the US Marine Corps. A medical discharge precluded me for joining the FBI, which had been my original career goal.
I joined my father’s business, Pro Orthopedic Devices, following the Marines. The company manufactured sports medicine braces and I sold these products to sporting goods and drug store chains. I designed and patented 3 universal fit braces that have been sold in every Walmart, Target and Walgreens in the United States. In 2001 I left to start my own company, Mad Dawg Global Marketing, Inc. and became a distributor for Armalite, Rock River and DPMS and sold these guns at Arizona gunshows. This is where I ran into the criminal element that led to Operation Wide Receiver.
Due to my involvement with Operation Wide Receiver and knowledge of ATF investigatory practices I have been interviewed by CBS’ investigative reporter, Sharyl Attkisson and Fox News’ William LaJeunesse as well as NPR. Paul Barrett, a writer for Bloomberg’s Businessweek, also wrote a feature article about my experience in dealing with the ATF and traffickers.”
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