Kevin the Tac Daddy, Tim Knight & More – Next Week on Lock-N-Load w/ Bill Frady

Bill Frady
Bill Frady
Genesis Communications Network, Inc.
Genesis Communications Network, Inc.

Burnsville, MN -( Genesis Communications Network is excited to announce its Monday morning lineup with Bill Frady on Lock-N-Load starting July 6th, 2015.

  • Tuesday, 10 am EST: Instructors Corner with the shy and introverted head of Sentinel Concepts, Steve “Yeti” Fisher.
  • Wednesday, 10 am EST: Update as the Recall effort in NJ pushes forward with Tim Knight.
  • Thursday, 10 am EST: Legal perspective from the President of 2nd Call Defense, Sean Maloney.

Listeners and affiliates can listen to Lock-N-Load with Bill Frady; live on Genesis Communications Network, Monday through Friday from 8:00am – 10:00am (CST). Visit for more information or to live stream Lock-N-Load or any of GCN’s other programs.

Contact GCN Affiliate Relations at (877)996-4327 ext. 241, 148 or 123 for more information regarding Lock-N-Load with host Bill Frady.

About The Genesis Communications Network, Inc.

The Genesis Communications Network, Inc. (GCN) was founded in 1997 by Ted Anderson as a way to fill the vast media void with hard hitting programming highlighting the most detrimental events and topics to the public at the present time, but most importantly, providing viable solutions for any future scenario. Through the years, GCN has established itself as the largest independently owned and operated talk radio network in the country.

For more information, please visit

1 Comment
Most Voted
Newest Oldest
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Dan Nagai

Dear Mr. Steve Fischer: Please do not take my comment in a negative way, as I mean to be very constructive and to help you with your show. I am not bragging here and have never been LE or military, but I have trained with Louie Awerbuck, Clint Smith, Pat Rogers, Larry Muggett and several other trainers. In the past, I have learned to: – Bring your non-shooting hand to your chest (During the 4 count draw) – Scan after shooting, 180 ° then 360° (maybe Sul) prior to re-holstering – Not to look during reholstering – Be consistant, do… Read more »