Armed American Radio Continues Its Exceptional Growth

Armed American Radio Continues Its Exceptional Growth

Armed American Radio
Armed American Radio

Atlanta GA –-( Nationally syndicated Armed American Radio continues its unprecedented growth across the nation’s airwaves this week with the addition of 4 more affiliates.

The nations only nationally syndicated radio broadcast dedicated entirely to the right to carry a firearm for personal defense adds the following cities:

  • Shreveport, LA on KFLO 90.3 FM
  • Bedford, PA on WBFD 1310 AM
  • West Plains, MO on KBMV 107.1 FM
  • Abilene, TX on KWKC 1340 AM

Syndicated host Mark Walters said, “The continued growth of Armed American Radio is evidence that law-abiding Americans who have made a decision to carry a firearm or may be considering it, have found their home on the radio dial. I am thrilled to be “filling their prescription for freedom” from coast to coast and educating the CCW community to the things that matter to them most. A warm welcome to listeners in all four cities”!

Adding affiliate stations at an unprecedented pace since its syndication less than two years ago, AAR now airs in dozens of markets across America from Florida to Alaska every Sunday evening from 8-11pm ET, 5-8 pm PT and is the fastest growing nationally syndicated, pro-gun radio broadcast in America. Focusing on the right to carry a firearm, Mark Walters and the Armed American Radio Network bring listeners the news, information and truth about the right to carry a firearm that the mainstream media simply ignore!

Mark Walters

Armed American Radio Network
[email protected]
386-AAR-Mark (386)-227-6275

Armed American Radio is syndicated on the Salem Radio Network. For media kit information, please visit

Armed American Radio is the most free-thinking, politically incorrect radio station in the U.S.A. We discuss liberty, self-defense, weapons, family, friends, and life. Visit:

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Jimmy Lowrey

I need to find out how I can listen to the station. I live 40 miles east of Tulsa, Ok.