Guns & Ammo TV
Award-winning Guns & Ammo TV, voted by viewers as the Best Shoot Show for four consecutive years, enters 2014 by unveiling two new segments and bringing back the best of our Torture Tests. At the same time, we launch the 11th consecutive year of At The Range segments, which viewers have always tuned in to check out our exclusive firearms, ammo and optics range reports.
â€śBack To Schoolâ€ť is one of our two new segments, and we travelled to The SIG Academy in Exeter, NH, one of the best shooting venues in the country, to film 13 training segments with SIGâ€™s top-flight instructors.
â€śAmmo Labâ€ť is the other new addition to the G&A family, and we present a different twist on how the bullet and ammunition manufacturers conduct their research and development before they introduce bullets and factory loads. No costs or manpower or time is spared.
Torture Tests is brought back for an encore, by demand, from our loyal viewers who canâ€™t seem to get enough from our various torture testing teams, and theyâ€™ll bring a smile to your face as they do their best to â€śdestroyâ€ť rifles, handguns, shotguns, and optics.
The Tactical Hunter segment, hosted by Craig Boddington and Kyle Lamb, will bring you the hosts’ perspective on applying tactical elements to the hunt. Craig relies on his military background with the U.S. Marine Corps and almost 50 years hunting around the globe, while Kyle brings his expertise from years served with the U.S. Army and special operations.
Craig Boddington was born and raised in Kansas, where his early big-game experience, in the mid-1960â€˛s, included pronghorn and mule deer in Wyoming, whitetail and mule deer in Kansas, and mule deer in Colorado. When not involved with hunting and shooting, much of his early years were spent in Boy Scout activities. At 14 he became an Eagle Scout, at 16 received a Silver Palm on his Eagle, and at 17 was the youngest person to become Activities Director at his regional Boy Scout camp. A member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity, he attended the University of Kansas on an NROTC scholarship, graduating with an English degree and a regular commission in the United States Marine Corps. His outdoor writing career began in college and continued while on active duty. In 1979 he joined Petersen Publishing Company, where he served as Associate Editor, GUNS & AMMO magazine; Editor, GUNS & AMMO Specialty Publications; Executive Editor, Petersenâ€™s HUNTING Magazine; and from 1983 to 1994 Editor of Petersenâ€™s HUNTING Magazine.
His current position with InterMedia (former Petersenâ€™s and Primedia) is Executive Field Editor InterMedia Outdoors, including GUNS & AMMO, Petersenâ€™s HUNTING, and RIFLESHOOTER.
Sergeant Major Kyle E. Lamb (retired), spent more than 21 years with the United States Army, more than 15 years of which were with U.S. Army Special Operations. SGM Lamb has conducted combat operations in numerous theatres of operation, including Mogadishu, Somalia (Black Hawk Down), and has served numerous tours in Iraq and Bosnia. His expertise is derived from doing. His assignments have put him where history is being made.
SGM Lamb is the Founder and President of Viking Tactics, Inc. as well as the author of â€śGreen Eyes and Black Rifles: The Warriors Guide to the Combat Carbine.â€ť
SGM Lamb is a military and law enforcement trainer, conducting leadership training seminars, team leader planning courses, tactical commanders course, active shooter courses, dynamic tactical entry courses, as well as carbine and pistol courses.