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Tom McHale was born helpless, hungry and shooting-deprived. He later discovered the joys of collecting and shooting guns, reloading ammunition and writing about his adventures with a healthy dose of fun.
Tom's career has been diverse, bordering on dysfunctional, with most of it spent leading marketing teams for a variety of technology companies including Microsoft and more than a couple of high-tech startups. He's finally seen the light and given up the corporate life to pursue his passion of creating slightly crazy, but educational, content related to guns, shooting, concealed carry and self defense.
Tom runs a somewhat irreverent website focusing on the shooting industry, products, interesting people and shooting tips at MyGunCulture.com. His most recent project is publishing a series of informative books under the Insanely Practical Guides brand. You can learn more at InsanelyPracticalGuides.com.
Great book. Would have been great to have before I went to my NRA class years agoPublished 2 months ago by JoeS
Love his humor, very informative and understandable. I recommend this book.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
A totally enjoyable read with great points of interest. Many facts and insights into the shooting arena. Has a lot of web links to interesting and informative sites. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kindle Customer
Tons of useful info. Great for any beginner. Reading it with my wife. Only reason its not 5 stars are the cartoons and silly jokes the author added to the material. Read morePublished 6 months ago by M
Good information but the attempts at humor can get boring at times. The information is worthwhile but I found myself skimming the commentary to get to the better sections of the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by T. Runyan
Excellent source of information for the rookie - brief, right-to the point, clear, and so fun to read! Read morePublished 10 months ago by Vitin Alexander
Lengthy and somewhat dry but informative. I am VERY upset with the total lack of photos. This is UNACCEPTABLE in this market where photos are not just a convenience but... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Amazon Customer