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Get The Strap Show filmed at Gun For Hire

Jack Thriller has taken 50 Cent's catch phrase “Get The Strap” to heart by teaming up with Not 4 Nothin Studios and creating a new hit show taking Talk Show style celebrity interviews out of the studio audience and into a state of the art competitive gun range in the New Jersey/New York Metropolitan area. Accompanied by Celebrity guests hosts, world famous Startenders, radio personalities, and sports greats Jack Thriller offers both entertainment and education providing an intriguing balance which will engage a broad and divers audience. The women’s self defense segment “Safe Zone” offers practical training on not only how to handle weapons and hand to hand tactics but also preventative measures to avoid a troubling situation all together. “Gun Talk” is a forum where current local and world wide events effecting our guests and audience can be discussed. From Gun Control to Bullying and everything in between “Gun Talk” is a bold, informative segment sure to stir conversation and spark change. Music and artistry is always in the forefront in the up and coming artist segment “Keys To The Range” There is no better place for artists on the rise to be seen and heard!

By |2019-03-19T15:30:37-04:00March 19th, 2019|Categories: Friends, The Range|Comments Off on Get The Strap Show filmed at Gun For Hire

FU Bloomberg Outdoor Lounge Now Open

Welcome to the GFH "FU Mike Bloomberg Outdoor Lounge" Where we welcome - Exercising of the 1st and 2nd Amendment as well as, Big Gulps, Smoking in public, Vaping in public, Salt, Sugar, Trans Fats, Loud Headphones, Styrofoam cups, and Music over 45 decibels. Come Join Us and Celebrate Freedom as we say FU Mike Bloomberg! 

By |2014-06-02T18:06:04-04:00June 2nd, 2014|Categories: Fighting for our Rights, The Range|0 Comments

Inside the X Ring

A great post by Jim from X Ring. A few weeks back I had the pleasure of spending some time on the 50 yard line with a few of the very lovely and talented Gotham City Cheerleaders, (aka the unofficial cheerleaders for the New York Football Giants).  However, it wasn’t the usual 50 yard line associated with cheerleaders.  We were on the 50 yard line of an indoor shooting range.  Yeah, it’s a tough job, but somebody’s gotta do it, and you can’t deny how perfectly this fits into my AR series!  (In case you were too distracted by the pretty smiles and pom-poms, two of the young ladies in the picture are holding AR-15 rifles.) The picture above was taken when I attended a breast cancer charity event hosted by Gun For Hire at the Woodland Park Range.  It had all the makings of a Bond movie, (X Ring, Inside The X Ring), itwas for a good cause, and it was a great time! However, it got me thinking more broadly about women with guns, and their participation in shooting sports. Mom’s a Dead-Eye It started for Mom and Dad well before I was born, but from the time I was five, target shooting was a family activity.  My Dad is a retired New Jersey State Trooper, and as one of the tools of his trade, guns were in the house.  It was a responsibility he took seriously, so he wanted Mom and me to know how to safely and properly use a gun, for all of the reasons you can imagine.  (For me at the time, at the age of 5, it was more about, hey, real guns are NOT toys, they are extremely powerful.  There is a right way and a [...]

By |2017-05-19T12:09:42-04:00February 1st, 2014|Categories: The Range|0 Comments