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Richard Mann Launches the Empty Cases Podcast

PRINCETON, WV, April 1, 2020 – The Empty-Cases Podcast, which features stories about shooters, soldiers, lawmen, hunters, and outdoor enthusiasts, is now live. In 2008, Richard Mann launched the Empty-Cases blog. It has become one of the most trusted Internet sources for educational and entertaining content related to firearms and the outdoors. Combined, the companion social media channels for Empty-Cases have thousands of followers. With the growing popularity of podcasts, and Richard Mann’s insatiable desire to tell stories, it only made sense for there to be a weekly Empty-Cases Podcast.

Sponsored by Wilson Combat and Timney Triggers, unlike other gun and outdoor related podcasts, the Empty-Cases Podcast focuses on people. Each episode takes a deep dive into the life of one of someone who has made a name for themselves in the outdoors or with firearms. And, in keeping with the Empty-Cases, it’s all about the shot, theme, each guest will answer three questions:

1. What was the best shot you ever made.

2. What was the worst shot you ever made.

3. Where did you get or who gave you, your shot or big break.

The Empty-Cases Podcast can be found on multiple podcast directories and multiple episodes are already available for download. The podcast and all current episodes are also accessible at, www.empty-cases.com and podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/empty-cases-podcast/id1504715710

ABOUT RICHARD MANN

Born and raised in West Virginia, Richard has hunted from the Montana mountains to the green hills of Africa. He has a military, law enforcement, firearms instructing, and competitive shooting background, and has authored or edited five books. He currently contributes to a variety of gun and outdoor magazines and is the Executive Producer of the reality hunting drama, WILDCraft, which is available for streaming on Amazon Prime. Richard lives on his shooting range in West Virginia with the most understanding wife in the world, their kids, and a very protective Rhodesian Ridgeback.

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