It’s time for yet another episode of TacticalPay Radio! This week, Brett was joined on the show by Tiffany Johnson, civil rights lawyer, law professor, firearms safety instructor, and prolific blogger at Front Sight Press. Tiffany offered advice to the NRA and other 2nd Amendment supporters on growing their brands and spreading awareness.
Tiffany is a civil rights lawyer, she teaches courses and coordinates the Legal Studies Program at University of Memphis. She’s also an instructor for Citizens Safety Academy, which educates the public on personal safety and responsible firearms ownership. When Tiffany blogs, she often writes about responsible gun ownership and effective gun rights advocacy.
Listen To The Show:
- What brought Tiffany to learn about guns.
- What does NRA does well re: marketing, and what they can do to improve.
- Whether or not any TV show has ever accurately depicted civil rights lawyers.
- If concealed carriers should keep one in the chamber.
- And much more!
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Industry Spotlight: Front Sight Press
The origins of Front Sight Press go back to a time when creator Tiffany Johnson knew nothing about guns. Since then, she has traveled far and become a dedicated firearms instructor and 2nd Amendment Advocate.
Front Sight Press began as just a personal blog to offer some extra insight on the Second Amendment from a unique perspective (a young, black, urban female lawyer who works in acadermia and teaches firearms classes). Over the course of blogging, Tiffany realized that the gun world needed a makeover. In her own words, the gun world needs “top to bottom — a complete and total rebranding.” Tiffany wonders “if the biggest threat to the Second Amendment could be our own public image.”
Finding FSP’s voice was key to it’s growth, and it has been a beacon for Tiffany’s educated and unique perspective on guns ever since. In addition to being a place where open dialogue can occur about challenging issues in the gun world, Front Sight Press also serves as an educational and entertaining vehicle on a variety of topics.
Tiffany has written on race and guns, gender and guns, law and guns, police and guns, kids and guns, coworkers and guns, friends and guns, media and guns, training and guns, and attitude (and guns). All these subjects intersect with firearms and provide an interesting backdrop for Tiffany to share her perspectives.
Lastly, given her commitment to marketing and branding, Tiffany offers website AND powerpoint services for those who wish to improve their pro-gun branding. If you’d like to learn more you can Click here to connect with FSP on Twitter!
TacticalPay Featured Community Organization of The Week
The “TacticalPay Featured Community Organization of the Week” was created to highlight the important on the ground work of local and community organizations in the firearm community. We receive nominations of organizations to recognize from our listeners. Organizations eligible to be featured include local gun clubs, hunting and shooting groups, advocacy and educational groups, and other firearms related organizations. We want to highlight the important work that the best of these organizations are accomplishing. These aren’t sponsored picks, but truly worthy mentions!
We’ve got a great one for you this week.
Centennial Gun Club:
The Centennial Gun Club is located in Centennial Colorado and has become a fixture of the local firearms community there.
It was designed was designed from the ground up to be a unique gun store, shooting range and training facility unlike any one could find in the Colorado Front Range.
Their goal is to offer enthusiasts a complete package of firearms for purchase, a place to shoot and improve their skills, and exceptional training to emphasize safety, marksmanship, and more.
When it comes to community organizations around firearms, events are so crucial… And the Centennial Gun Club hosts events for members and non members alike. They even have special events for women only, and a singles night. Lastly, they also have events for youth as well.
Beyond the events and the ranges they offer, their training offerings really help them stand out in the community. Responsible firearms ambassadorship should always have a safety and educational angle to it. Here, Centennial excels with training for beginners, youth, and women. As for specific subjects, you can find courses on marksmanship, safety and personal protection.
Non members are welcome to stop by any time… and you can find Centennial Gun Club at:
11800 E. Peakview Ave.
Centennial, CO 80111.
Huge congrats to them on their selection!