Fresh off from winning its third consecutive Sportsman Choice Award for “Best Shoot/Gun Show,” Guns & Ammo celebrates its 10th year on the air by reloading the show with four new and creative segments: Tactics of the Green Berets, Direct Fire, Personal Defense and ARs…On Target.
All of the new footage will complement our At The Range segments, which again this year will feature the most exclusive reviews on firearms, ammo and optics.
We’re introducing a new co-host for the show to work with veteran Craig Boddington. Kyle Lamb, a former U.S. Special Forces operator/soldier, will offer his expertise to help Guns & Ammo cover better than any other show all aspects of tactical and sporting firearms, ammo, optics, accessories and training techniques.
Craig Boddington was born and raised in Kansas. When not involved with hunting and shooting, much of his early years were spent in Boy Scout activities. At 14 he became an Eagle Scout, at 16 received a Silver Palm on his Eagle, and at 17 was the youngest person to become Activities Director at his regional Boy Scout camp. A member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity, he attended the University of Kansas on an NROTC scholarship, graduating with an English degree and a regular commission in the United States Marine Corps.
His current position with InterMedia (former Petersen’s and Primedia) is Executive Field Editor InterMedia Outdoors, including GUNS & AMMO, Petersen’s HUNTING, and RIFLESHOOTER.
Sergeant Major Kyle E. Lamb (retired), spent more than 21 years with the United States Army, more than 15 years of which were with U.S. Army Special Operations.SGM Lamb has conducted combat operations in numerous theatres of operation, including Mogadishu, Somalia (Black Hawk Down), and has served numerous tours in Iraq and Bosnia.
SGM Lamb is a military and law enforcement trainer, conducting leadership-training seminars, team leader planning courses, tactical commanders course, active shooter courses, dynamic tactical entry courses, as well as carbine and pistol courses.