How a Card Carrying Liberal Professor Became a Card Carrying Liberal Armed American

In April, I gave the lunchtime talk at the National Firearms Law Seminar in Indianapolis. More than anything I’ve written or said, “Gun Culture 2.0, or How a Liberal Professor Became an Armed American” offered a very personal perspective on how I got into guns and the study of gun culture. I also discussed some of the many lessons I have learned on my journey so far.

Thanks to John Correia (and Jon Macek) of Active Self Protection, a video of my talk exists, and thanks to Robin Lindner of RLI Media, that video is ready for the world to see.

Leave a comment to let me know your story or your reactions to my story of gun curiosity.

3 thoughts on “How a Card Carrying Liberal Professor Became a Card Carrying Liberal Armed American

  1. Pingback: David Yaname Speaks at the National Firearms Law Seminar | 357 Magnum

  2. You have described a similar story of many Americans, of ‘many walks of life,’ who did not grow up around guns. Your voice speaks volumes helping to explain to those who do not understand, or care, or just hate the thought of……. America’s firearms! Thank you profoundly for what you bring to our nation’s discussion.

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