Added by on February 21, 2018

Welcome to Episode 36 of The #AskEJShow! You ask EJ questions and he answers them!\r
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1:46 – We have a family dog- a pit bull that we rescued from a local shelter. He isnt aggressive but is protective and im sure he would engage an intruder. Knowing this, shooting an intruder would become even tougher task because I do not want to shoot the dog. What is your opinion on engaging an intruder while he is wrestling with a dog. Love and support from B-MORE!! \r
4:30 – Is there a reason you have the Eotech riding really far back on your receiver (closer your eye) but the Aimpoint is near the front of the receiver? Ive always run both toward the front, but Im curious if there is a benefit that Im not aware of.?\r
6:50 – At night when youre in bed with Mama, where do you keep your EDC (Glock 19)? Im new to firearms and was just wondering how close you recommend keeping it by at night, in case of break ins, disturbances ect. \r
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0:11 – I have a light on my pistol and carry a light on my person at all times. If I plan to run a red dot on my pistol is it smarter to run suppressor height night sites on my pistol or to have a standard 3 dot? \r
3:49 – I am looking for a light for my G19(4) for daily Cary/home defense. I have been looking at the Streamlight TLR-1 HL or the TLR-4 light/laser combo. My question is, is it better to have a higher lumen light (TLR-1 HL 800 lumen) or a lower lumen and the laser (TLR-4 110 lumen)?Thank you for you feedback.\r
7:20 – Why did you stop or cancel the best Q & A gun show on youtube? WTF?\r
7:54 – I am a deployer (currently in Iraq) (not in the military anymore) and my wife stays home with our 7 kids (all under the age of 12). She has an XDM 9mm comp (EDC) and is a very good shot, but I am trying to figure out a better way for her to defend the family that will not cost an arm and a leg. Which shot gun do you recommend most? What Gauge as well?\r
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EJ Owens proudly served his country for 14 years in the U.S. Army and Army National Guard, as an enlisted combat medic (91W) and a commissioned officer [Infantry – 11A]. EJ is a U.S. Army Hand-to-Hand Combatives Instructor, a Close Quarters Battle Instructor, and was selected for Executive Protection duties for various government officials during war time.\r
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He resigned his commission in new and started Kell-Sibley Tical where, among other taskings, he served in Afghanistan as a Department of Defense contror assigned to the Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force (CJSOTF-E).\r
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He is an NRA Certified Instructor, a former U.S. Army combat medic, a Nationally Registered Paramedic (NREMT-P), a rope rescue rappel master, a TN State Handgun Permit Instructor, the new MS State IDPA Champion (CDP), an NRA Certified Personal Protection In The Home Instructor and a Certified Glock Armorer.\r
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As a private contror for Department of Defense, he has assisted in the development of over 300 hours of various small arms trainings specifically for use by the U.S. military and for units under the direction of U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) including:\r
U.S. Navy SEALs\r
U.S. Army Special Forces\r
U.S. Army Rangers\r
U.S. Marine Corps Special Operations Command\r
U.S. Air Force Pararescue\r
And other governmental agencies\r
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His training includes:\r
Unarmed and Armed Defensive courses\r
Explosive and Dynamic Breaching \r
Precision Rifle\r
Close Quarters Shooting\r
Imp Weapons\r
And other classified training\r
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Luke 11:21 – When a strong man fully armed guards his own house, his possessions are safe.