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What every shotgun shooter wants to hear! The Dead Pair project is a family oriented, informative and entertaining podcast aimed at providing valuable “real-world” information for both recreational and competitive men, women and youth clay shooters. Our program content will benefit those with beginner thru intermediate skill levels, featuring discussions from some of the sport’s best shooters and coaches, as well as product and service specialists. It is our goal is to draw new shooters into ...
 
Join me as we talk to various people within the shooting sports in Canada. Learn about the many shooting sports and possibly find a new one to enjoy. Also, explore the community that is bred and just how awesome it is. We talk to range officers, match directors, sponsored competitors as well as your average recreational / hobby competitor.
 
Discussing both modern and vintage field and sporting shotguns along with the outdoor pursuits, sporting literature, and the gear & accessories that compliment them. Whether you hunt birds with a Beretta or Fox, smash clays with a Krieghoff or Perazzi, or covet a Purdey or Holland & Holland - A Break in the Action has something for you.
 
Clays and Birds is a podcast that strives to bring knowledge, reviews, and experience from hunters, shooters, and industry representatives to the hunting and clay shooting community. I will try to cover everything from the newest shotguns to dog food. If you live to shoot anything that flies with a shotgun like I do, this is the podcast for you.
 
Nowadays it seems like everyone is fascinated or intrigued by true crime cases, whether they want to admit it or not. Best friends, Arielle and Amanda, are no different. Join them as they discuss and analyze various true crime cases from murders and abductions to unsolved mysteries. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/homicidehomegirls/support
 
My name is Rabbi Matt Schneeweiss. I am, first and foremost, an Orthodox Jew. My primary area of focus is the teachings of Shlomo ha'Melech (King Solomon) in Mishlei (Proverbs) and Koheles (Ecclesiastes). I also consider myself to be a student of the Stoic masters: Epictetus, Seneca, and Marcus Aurelius. Over the past two decades I have been exploring the relationship between Judaism and Stoicism - where they overlap, where they differ, and how they complement each other. This year I started ...
 
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The 2022 Gator Cup has left Florida for good. Now in March of 2022, the huge tournament heads to Georgia and will be hosted at the beautiful Cherokee Rose located in Griffin. The Gator Cup, owned by Fred and Maria Fanizzi, has always been an extremely well ran shoot. You will always find everything in place that enables all of the attendees to have…
 
Synopsis: In today’s episode I reflect on a real-world example that I’ve passed by on my walk to yeshiva every day involving two totaled cars; from there we extend the insight to our reputations, in light of an excerpt from Awareness, by Anthony de Mello. Today’s Torah content is dedicated to the joyous occasion of the marriage of Jon Deutsch and A…
 
Today’s Guests: Brett Elkman with Vail Valley Anglers to talk more about the partnership with Grand Hyatt Vail. Ask about their Grand Gold Water Fly Fishing Package. Now you can enjoy a fly fishing getaway weekend. Grand Hyatt offers some great dining spots and you can always relax in the spa. You will also receive a 20% discount off of their fly f…
 
Synopsis: In today’s episode I discuss the three Stoic medallions I purchased – what they say, how their ideas are based in Judaism, and why I purchased them – as well as the fourth medallion which I have not yet purchased because I’m not on the level. This week's Torah content has been sponsored by Sol and Chummie Azose, in honor of the upcoming 8…
 
We are joined in studio by Paul Weaver, owner of the new Airport Ridge Sporting clays in Millersburg Ohio! Mr. Weaver discusses everything his new club has to offer as well as something that other clubs don't! As a shooter, its always exciting when a new club opens up, and this one does not disappoint! We catch up with David Radulovich, fresh back …
 
In this episode, Reid chats with Ronnie Boehme (The Hunting Dog Podcast) and Justin McGrail (Black Creek Dog Training) about the launch of their shared venture, The Upland Institute, which uses a series of short videos to provide a linear, comprehensive dog training program. Coupling Ronnie’s experience around dogs and video and Justin’s unique ski…
 
Today’s Guests: Will Marquardt, Owner of Davis Tent called in reporting from Park City, Utah the location of the 2021 RMEF Elk Camp. Then Brett Elkman with Vail Valley Anglers was with us to talk more about the partnership with Grand Hyatt Vail that we introduced on last weeks show. Ask about their Grand Gold Water Fly Fishing Package. Now you can …
 
Synopsis: Today's ANTI-planned episode is about how to turn your problems into non-problems, how to make yourself immune to hurt, and how to turn any stumbling block into a stepping stone. How's THAT for a synopsis? This week's Torah content has been sponsored by Sol and Chummie Azose, in honor of the upcoming 81st birthday of the Rosh ha'Yeshiva, …
 
Synopsis: Last night I held a dying old man in my arms. This episode is about that experience. Today’s episode of The Stoic Jew Podcast is dedicated to the joyous occasion of the marriage of Isaac Lichter and Aviva Rubenstein. Isaac is my talmid chaver: my dear friend, my fellow student of Torah and chochmah, and a talmid who attended ALL of my shi…
 
This week's Torah content is sponsored by a generous donor who wishes to remain anonymous, and told me, "No thanks needed!" so I'm not going to thank them. Synopsis: In today’s episode I discuss my conflicted feelings about my imminent return to New York and how Marcus Aurelius helped me to accept, use, and “love my fate.” Related Rabbi Schneeweiss…
 
On this episode of the Podcast, Reid chats with Charlie Jordan of the website and social media platform Missing Sucks. Charlie grew up hunting internationally, and has retained a passion for incorporating bird hunting and shooting into his travels to this day. He is a gourmand, oenophile, and one who appreciates old-world style gundogs. He and Reid…
 
We are joined in studio by Barepelt founders Erich and Heather Roden as we call up Haylyn Hanks to touch on a variety of topics! Erich and Heather discuss with us the climate at Barepelt as well as some exciting things to come! Then we get Haylyn Hanks on the phone to cover everything from her new coaching school to techniques, and whats next for h…
 
Mark actually got into shooting by accident when he was 12 years old. He didn't come from a shooting background at all, so when his dad was invited to go clay shooting by a friend, he asked if Mark could go in his place instead. It was literally the first time Mark had ever seen a gun; He hadn't even held an air rifle before. But by all accounts Ma…
 
Between 2002 and 2004, unassuming, seemingly normal Cleveland area bus driver and father of 4, Ariel Castro, kidnapped three young women: Michelle Knight, Amanda Berry, and Gina DeJesus. These women were held captive for over a decade until their brave escape from Castro's house of horrors in May 2013. Join Arielle and Amanda for part 2 of a 3 part…
 
This week's Torah content is sponsored by a generous donor who wishes to remain anonymous, and told me, "No thanks needed!" so I'm not going to thank them. Synopsis: I accidentally lived a day to its fullest, and that day was Tishah b’Av. This episode is a debriefing in which I “follow the bright spots,” examining what led to this unexpected succes…
 
Today’s Guests: Tim Christopherson and Mark Rice join the show as we announce our new partnership with Shoot Indoors located in Aurora. Tim and Mark explain the variety of classes they teach and discounts are offered to Military/Veterans, Police Officers, Firefighters, EMT’s, Nurses and Doctors. Memberships are available and Walk Ins are welcome. V…
 
This week's Torah content is sponsored by a generous donor who wishes to remain anonymous, and told me, "No thanks needed!" so I'm not going to thank them. Synopsis: In today’s (unplanned, longer-than-usual) episode I share some (unorganized, more meandering-than-usual) thoughts about how to apply Seneca’s Stoic technique of Premeditatio Malorum (“…
 
This week's Torah content is sponsored by the Reznik family in dedication to the loving memory of Silvia Tanzer (Sora Hesha bas Chaim Moshe) and Irving Tanzer (Yisroel ben Yechezkel). Synopsis: Today’s episode was inspired by Irving Tanzer, in whose memory this content was dedicated. His granddaughter described him as "happy being happy," and I wan…
 
Today’s Guests: Austin Parr of Discount Fishing Tackle joins us to give a fishing report around the State of Colorado. Austin also shares some great techniques and strategies with the warmer weather fishing. Also, Terry Gleason, from Outdoor Buddies gives us a call from Murdoch’s in Parker as they are selling Raffle Tickets and Terry tells about th…
 
Madelynn’s (Maddy) clay target shooting experience began when she was just 12 years old at a local 4-H club, shooting American trap. A few years later, her father introduced her to her local high school team where she shot American trap, skeet, and sporting clays through the Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP). Eventually, Maddy branched out into…
 
Although currently residing in St Augustine Florida, John Woolley is originally from England, having come to the United States in 1991. After becoming a citizen in 2010, John was a Hall of Fame inductee in 2015. John Woolley is truly one of the Legends. Woolley’s list of accomplishments is lengthy and goes back over decades. He has competed as a me…
 
This week's Torah content is sponsored by the Reznik family in dedication to the loving memory of Silvia Tanzer (Sora Hesha bas Chaim Moshe) and Irving Tanzer (Yisroel ben Yechezkel). Synopsis: Today’s episode was as unplanned as my unplanned 4-hours of sleep last night. Thankfully, I was able to use the Stoic method of “the obstacle is the way” – …
 
This week's Torah content is sponsored by the Reznik family in dedication to the loving memory of Silvia Tanzer (Sora Hesha bas Chaim Moshe) and Irving Tanzer (Yisroel ben Yechezkel). Synopsis: Today’s episode focuses on something that Judaism and Stoicism have in common, namely, a recognition that it is the soul, not the body, that is the essence …
 
Synopsis: My post-Sacred Pause summer has been filled with a number of experiments. One of these was proposed by my chavrusa yesterday, and is the subject of today’s episode. I hope that some of you decide to join us in this experiment, and pair up with your own gratitude accountability buddy. If you do, let me know how it goes! Related Rabbi Schne…
 
Kolar is based out of Wisconsin and has been producing a high quality line of American made skeet, sporting and trap shotguns since 1996. We sat down with a very busy Sean Mainland, Director of Operations, Sales and Marketing at Kolar Arms, at the 2021 US Open for a quick episode. Sean covers manufacturing, barrels and finishes, Kolar's warranty, s…
 
We are joined by Blaser shotguns staff, Yim Szeto, Sales and Marketing operation, Andrej Gorjup, Gunsmith and technical service manager, Tom Argubright, Gunsmith , and of course Blaser sponsored shooter, rad Chad Roberts! Blaser shotguns has become a staple for many shooters in sporting clays, skeet, and trap. Their F3 model has the ability to be f…
 
In this installment of the podcast, Reid and Orvis Gunroom Manager Greg Carpiniello seek answers to a listener question, namely about available options for new/contemporary entry-level side-by-sides. Greg and Reid dive into specific option from Orvis and elsewhere, discussing guns of current manufacture as well as guns that have come and gone over …
 
Today’s Guests: We welcome Heath Stencel, General Manager of Longmeadow Game Resort, Clays Club & Event Center back with us. Last week Heath talked about an overview of what they have to offer and the 2021 Rocky Mountain Classic Clay Shoot July 8-11th. Over 1400 targets available. Register at: www.ScoreChaser.com. For more information and Sponsorsh…
 
Between 2002 and 2004, unassuming, seemingly normal Cleveland area bus driver and father of 4, Ariel Castro, kidnapped three young women: Michelle Knight, Amanda Berry, and Gina DeJesus. These women were held captive for over a decade until their brave escape from Castro's house of horrors in May 2013. Join Arielle and Amanda for part 1 of a 3 part…
 
Synopsis: I’m back, after my much-needed Sacred Pause! In this episode I discuss my attempt to make my first episode of TSJ Season 5, which was thwarted by an injury, which was then converted into an episode. I also discuss my summer plans for TSJ. Related Rabbi Schneeweiss Content: - TSJ Intercession: Putting The Stoic Jew Podcast on Sacred Pause …
 
We are joined in studio with one of Ohio's premier sporting grounds owners Dan Bailey and manager Christina Loundenslager! Dan Bailey is a National FITASC champion, and has established one of the nicest Sporting clay, FITASC, and American Field Sporting clubs in the midwest! Originally, Dan's vision was that of a FITASC training grounds, but realiz…
 
In this podcast, Reid and Del Whitman of D.C. Whitman Custom Gunsmithing go deep on the firing pins, discussing function, failures, and the related fixes. This podcast fleshes out a collaborative article the duo wrote for an upcoming issue of Shooting Sportsman Magazine, and Del lends his technical know-how to explain the inner workings of firing p…
 
Scott has 33 years of experience in Sporting Clays and 40 years of competition experience. Scott started competing in Skeet and Trap at age 8. In those 40 years, Scott has won 14 National Sporting Clay Championships and is a 47 time All American. Scott is the most accomplished Small Gauge Champion of all time with 2 HOA World Championships, 5 event…
 
Today’s Guests: Heath Stencel, General Manager of Longmeadow Game Resort, Clays Club and Event Center talks about all they have to offer and Heath says they have a few slots left for the 2021 Rocky Mountain Classic Clay Shoot July 8-11th. Over 1400 Targets Available. Register at: www.ScoreChaser.com. For more information and Sponsorship Opportuniti…
 
If you are interested in a custom fitted shotgun, from altering an existing gun or a brand new custom stock, Jim Greenwood is the best in the business and has all of the knowledge and expertise to handle the details. Starting with the fitting or building a pattern stock to the help in choosing a checkering pattern through to the finished job. When …
 
We sit down with one of the most controversial shooters in the sport! Ben Husthwaite joins us from across the pond to take our questions ranging from his shooting instruction and how his online presence has grown, to the 2019 World English at Northbrook! Ben Husthwaite has won numerous world championships in sporting and FITASC, as well as several …
 
Today’s Guests: Our good friend Mike Slinkard, President of HECS, shares some insights on the HECS® patented technology and how it blocks your naturally occurring electrical signature and lets people get a closer, safer, interaction with wildlife and nature. Mike also recaps his recent awesome bear hunt in Alaska. Mike also will tell us about new i…
 
Today’s Guests: Austin Parr with Discount Fishing Tackle gives us a great fishing report and Austin shares some great tips and strategies. Get by Discount Fishing Tackle for all of your fishing needs. Sergio & Jill Alcazar with ALC Global Adventures are in studio to discuss all ALC has to offer in helping you find your next great hunt. We also talk…
 
In this episode, Reid again sits down with Durrell Smith of The Gundog Notebook to discuss the complex role that race has played, and continues to play, in the bird hunting culture of the American Southeast. Recognizing the sensitivity of the subject and a history that has indeed included racial stratification, Reid and Durrell lean into some tough…
 
Synopsis: In this last episode of the season, which is the last season of the first year of this podcast, I reflect on the year as a whole and on the role of this podcast in my year. If this episode is more “rambly” than usual, it’s only because I had a lot to say, and had to decide (in real time) what ought to be said, and how. Shlomo ha’Melech sa…
 
Synopsis: In today’s episode I share an interesting experience I had this past Sunday involving a fly, an unexpected burst of compassion, and renewed insight into a couple of pesukim I say in Ashrei three times each day – all of which enhanced my appreciation of the mission of The Stoic Jew Podcast. Related Episodes: - Stoic Strategies for Coping w…
 
Derrick grew up on a small farm in southeast Kansas and developed a love of the outdoors at an early age tagging along with his dad while quail and deer hunting. Got started in sporting clays at age 8 joining his dad in a small league at a local club. With the help of his dad, he began to develop his skills as a competitive shooter. Has been compet…
 
Synopsis: Today’s episode focuses on a practical application of Stoic techniques to one of the banes of my existence: the kosher ice cream truck, and its daemonic song. If you, too, have been subjected to this brutal strain and have employed your own successful coping strategies, please share them with me. As you’ll hear in my words and tone, this …
 
Braxton Oliver is a multiple time all American, 5x Team USA, 2x Team USA gold and a North Carolina state champion. We caught up with him while he was at the US Open for a short interview and some insights from this 23 year old hot shoe! This episode is a little shorter than usual, but we did not want to keep Braxton on for very long, since he was j…
 
The 2021 Georgia State Sporting Clays Championship will be held at the oldest and largest continuously operated gun club in the country. There are a lot of things planned that will interest everyone all from the beautiful city of Savannah Georgia.
 
Synopsis: Today’s episode may be thought of as a further elucidation of the concepts I’ve been speaking about in relation to my Mezuzah Experiment that’s been going on for the last two weeks. Although you can definitely listen to this one on its own, it’ll make more sense in context to listen to the “Sacred Pause”-related episodes linked below. As …
 
Synopsis: In today’s episode we explore what is possibly a new technique or avenue of internalizing Stoic insights. The insight was sparked by Naval Ravikant’s explanation of why he takes cold showers, which – surprise surprise! – I couldn’t help but read through the lens of Tara Brach’s Radical Acceptance and Shlomo ha’Melech’s Sefer Mishlei. I de…
 
Synopsis: Today’s episode is a follow-up on the “Sacred Pause as Applied to Mezuzah” experiment I initiated last Friday. I was asked a question about this experiment which happens to relate to Parashas Korach. My response to this question clarifies what mitzvos are, how they are intended to function, and what I endeavor to do in my application of n…
 
In the second collaborative effort between Orvis and Purina Pro Plan, Reid chats with Veterinarian RuthAnn Lobos about the myths and misconceptions that surround the pet food industry. RuthAnn is a dog owner, upland hunter, and Lead Veterinarian for Merrick Pet Care. Prior to her role at Merrick she spent 15 years with Purina Pro Plan, working clos…
 
My apologies for the late upload this morning! This will be addressed in the episode itself. Synopsis: Ordinarily I would say what the episode is about, but the nature of the episode has inclined me not to do so. I know that people tend to listen to these recordings in a variety of situations and while doing a variety of things, but I have four rec…
 
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