Uncle Ted Hits the SHOT Show Media Room

Everyone’s favorite gunny uncle and gonzo gun rights guru made a scheduled appearance in the SHOT Show media room, courtesy of Universal Hunter magazine, to take a couple of questions. On NRA-fave, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, the guitar animal seems on board: “The most important guy in a war is our guy in their foxhole.”

17 Responses to Uncle Ted Hits the SHOT Show Media Room

  1. avatarWilliam says:

    I always said, “Never trust a man who doesn’t drink.”

    And he doesn’t.

    AND I DON’T.

    • avatarRon Burgundy says:

      So one could say Ted has a drinking problem?

      • avatarCasey T says:

        There are a lot of us who don’t drink that are completely trustworthy. Like children of alcoholics who want to ensure they never develop a drinking problem themselves.

    • avatarGS650G says:

      I don’t trust chronic drinkers much, with good reason. I’ve never met a non-drinker who wasn’t a decent upstanding man.

  2. avatarAlan says:

    I hate to be a smart A**, but how did Ted get into the show…..

    HomeAttendeesFrequently Asked Questions
    Who can attend the 2013 SHOT Show?
    Attendance at the SHOT Show is RESTRICTED to shooting, hunting and outdoor trade professionals and commercial buyers and sellers of military, law enforcement and tactical products and services ONLY. The SHOT Show is not open to the general consuming public (e.g., private visitors, hunters, sports shooters, members of hunting and sports shooting clubs, etc.). NO one under age 16 admitted (including infants).

    Admission to the show requires government-issued photo identification plus documentation demonstrating direct, professional affiliation to the trade. Show exhibitors and media are subject to different credentialing requirements.

    • He’s the host to several TV shows that air on channels that are probably sponsors. Think of him as the same level of booth babes, but he gets attention because of his political outspokeness and not his looks. Plus he plays a pretty mean guitar.

      • avatarAlan says:

        I agree with the guitar. Are those shows on the outdoor life channel?(probably on a cable package I dont have)

    • avatarI_Like_Pie says:

      I have gotten in with nothing more than my 03 FFL.

      And yes…that was kinda a smart a** question. He was on the board of NRA for years.

  3. avatarstateisevil says:

    He’s a big advocate of militarized police and the war on [some] drugs. GOA also gives Harry Reid an “F”. So, I don’t know how much I trust Ted either.

  4. avatarAharon says:

    ‘NBC/WSJ poll: NRA more popular than entertainment industry’

    “Forty-one percent of adults see the NRA — the nation’s top gun lobby — in a positive light, while 34 percent view it in a negative light.
    By comparison, just 24 percent have positive feelings about the entertainment industry, and 39 percent have negative ones.
    The NRA’s fav/unfav score is virtually unchanged from its 41 percent-to-29 percent rating in the Jan. 2011 NBC/WSJ poll, nearly two years before the Newtown shootings.”

    http://firstread.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/01/17/16567367-nbcwsj-poll-nra-more-popular-than-entertainment-industry?lite

    — The NRA is more popular than Obummer, Congress, the Entertainment Industry, and I believe the mass media. It is funny to think about.

  5. avatarJPD says:

    With his mouth, plus Yeager, and don’t forget LaPierre. Three idiots that do more harm than good.

    • avatarmike marriam says:

      So I guess if you just be nice and do what you are told the bad guys will leave you alone right?
      Maybe you don’t feel comfortable with the way those folks express their convictions because you don’t have any yourself, or else you’re just a troll. Get some backbone or stop wasting my time with your petty complaints.

    • avatarAPBTFan says:

      I don’t agree about LaPierre or Nugent because they manage reasonable arguments but characters like Yeager and Jones, no matter how well intentioned, are a freakin’ wet dream for the lefties. Those two gave the MSM all they needed to paint them as representing all gun owners.

  6. avatarRalph says:

    After what POTUS, Cuomo and Patrick have done, I’m beginning to think of Ted as a soft-spoken moderate. Plus he’s right about Reid. He’s the key to action or inaction in the Senate, just as Boehmer is the key to the House. We need them both. Without them both, we’re gonna get an@ly probed without so much as a reach-around.

  7. avatarSwarf says:

    I’ll bet he is having a pants-shitting good time of it, too.

  8. avatarGS650G says:

    I’d like to hear about his Alaskan bear hunting trip that made the news, hear it from him.

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