On this episode of the Riton Podcast, host Brady Speth reminisces with Internal Riton Optics employee, Jerimiah Alexander, Riton’s Director of Product Development, on the early days of Riton Optics and products. This funny duo brings up some of the fun and off the wall adventures they have had together.
Be The Riton Revolution
Brady Speth 0:07
Welcome everybody to The Riton Podcast. Today’s special guest is actually internal, Riton employee Jeremiah Alexander.
We’ll let him dig into his background here in a little bit and he’s remote today up in Utah, probably not the balmy 85 degrees it is here in Tucson today.
I don’t know. That’s lucky. So lucky him because it’s still perpetual summer, like late November here. So, but we’ll go into Jerimiah’s background a little bit, kind of me and Jer could talk for hours about hunting and shooting and Reticles and Scopes and
But just kind of wanted to introduce you to some of our team kind of told you in previous podcasts that our whole goal behind doing this is to kind of introduce you to our team introduce you to who’s kind of behind Riton Optics. A big thing for us is letting you guys get to kind of know us a little bit better. Know kind of how we go about doing things and how we come up with optics, how we go about, you know, creating new optics. So Jeremiah is a perfect example of this. He is our Director of Product Development.
So welcome, Jeremiah.
Jerimiah Alexander 1:13
Brady Speth 1:16
Thanks for being on here today. I will kind of throw it to you. Why don’t you give us a little background? And then tell us a little bit about kind of your path through Riton?
Jerimiah Alexander 1:25
Okay. Well, I am, as Brady mentioned, remotely internal. So
I’ve been with Riton, I would say from day one, and it it’s fun from a lifelong love of shooting and hunting. I’ve been shooting since elementary school. And it’s always been a passion. You know, I never for some reason, like thought about I should do that for a living. Right? It didn’t feel like that was like you just shoot for a living. Right? I guess it wasn’t a good enough shot. So consider that. And then I you know, I marry Brady’s cousin.
And she tells me my cousin has this optics company. I’m like, cool, you know, that’s cool. I’ll hit him up. So I think I Facebook messaged Brady because I didn’t even have his phone number. And he sent me a 6-24
And asked if I put it on my 30-378 Weatherby Magnum, and I was like, No way, dude. I got a scope that’s been on there like 16 years. And he’s like, come on, just put it on there. And I’ll keep the brand name to myself. But the Riton was surprisingly clear, and amazing. And I thought, well, maybe I can. Maybe I can help sell these things just as a side hustle.
Brady Speth 2:43
I don’t know if I should take offense to the surprisingly clear like, like you didn’t expect that. But I’ll let that slide. Continue
Jerimiah Alexander 2:49
Brady Speth 2:51
Surprisingly clear, I had no expectations. So,
Jerimiah Alexander 2:54
You know, I was I was working a full time job and still, you know, shooting and hunting and having fun, but reached out and just said, Hey, you know, if ever you’re ready, holler at me. And I’d like to do more work with you. So I came on, I guess probably more of a sales capacity when you say right out of the box.
Brady Speth 3:13
Yeah, that’s probably a good way to describe it. Jeremiah to his credit is kind of a jack of all trades for Riton.
And I told him that early on when he when he had some interest in this was, hey, here’s the deal, I promise I will always take care of you as long as you could just do whatever it is that needs to get done. So to Jeremiah’s credit, he started as a sales guy, and we’ll kind of let you describe what that was actually like.
Our naivety as a company at the time, poor Jeremiah was out on the road trying to sell scopes.
Jerimiah Alexander 3:43
Yeah, well, first off, I didn’t even I don’t have a gun case. Right. I need to put them in a case. So I had a 5.11 backpacks. So beautiful backpacks, you know, just pristine, that I was going around very presumptuously to stores in Utah, and saying, hey, you should buy these scopes. And you know, they would ask for info and I’d be like, Oh, yeah, sure. I left that at home. And then I come home with like a Brady I need some info on on on the scopes. And then I take it back into like, you know, what about MAP pricing? And I’m like, Oh, yeah, sure. left out at home. Also. Go back home. Get my
Brady Speth 4:21
Real amateur hour in the beginning little did we know.
Jerimiah Alexander 4:25
We had like spiral bound. You know, notebooks full of printed info. And, man actually, what would you I think Utah’s gotta be top three probably states in the country for sales because I’ve been adding someone’s been
Brady Speth 4:41
One of the longest. Yeah,
Jerimiah Alexander 4:43
As long as only Arizona. We’re only second Arizona. So I did that forever. Um, you know, I tell Brady sales isn’t really my passion. You know, I like development a product I I’m not Super nerdy about many things but man ballistics, scopes, reticles, design. I love that and you know, there wasn’t a need for it at the time we need marketing was the next step. So I moved into a marketing role. And I you know, I’ve been training Brazilian Jiu Jitsu forever, I’ve been shooting forever, just kind of like, made some friends along the way. And I think probably our first shot show
or my second shot show would have been y’alls first or second was my second I think, or my first and
ran into Royce Gracie, we ran into some like tier one military guys. And I’m telling him about these scopes and they you know, they end up coming to the booth and hanging out.
Brady Speth 5:44
I love how you’re downplaying the fact that you were giddy like a school child. meeting some of these guys, so don’t don’t just class right over that.
Don’t be you’re not too cool for this podcast tell the truth.
Jerimiah Alexander 5:55
My children would say that they were quite annoyed by them. Like we’re driving down the road and everybody’s talking. I’m like, wait, wait, wait, Royce Gracie is calling me. Just be quiet for a minute. I gotta take this phone call.
Brady Speth 6:09
So in the grand scheme of things, it’s Royce and then and then your kids and the importance level,
Jerimiah Alexander 6:14
They figured out quickly that if Royce was calling. I was gonna pick it up. So yes, I was giddy like a little school boy to meet some of these guys. And we met some guys, you know, along the way at some like veterans fundraisers, some veterans only range days.
You know, it really just started coming together. With all the people I noticed pretty quickly that the firearms world and accessories you know, like it’s a pretty small group of people. Everybody seems to know everybody. So
this is the birth of our pro staff in our brand ambassador program. So, you know, we started calling people I think when Bill Kazmaier called you didn’t he?
Brady Speth 6:57
Yeah, we definitely had some some people along the way that we started to make friends with and started to draw some attention from so that was a I still actually remember I’ll give you my my schoolboy moment for for a minute. I’ll let you off the hook. I remember I was sitting on a family vacation. And I think I was at the pool with the kids or something like that. And I come back. And there’s a voicemail. And, and I will have him on the show here pretty soon. Because we’ve stayed friends to this day. I know you’ve stayed in touch with Bill as well. But there’s this voicemail and in his his typical voice of announcing world strongman competitions and competing, he gives me this whole like three minute long voicemail. This is Bill Kazmaier. And I was like, ahhhhh
I can remember runnin’ it out to my wife. I’m like, the World’s Strongest Man just called me and he was one of those geek moments just because like, I’d spent my childhood you know, the Saturday mornings watching World’s Strongest Man competitions from Victoria Falls where they’re bending rebar over their head and they’re, you know, doing picking up cars and throwing them in whatever the hell they used to do.
And literally like, literally now like Bill Kazmaier is on my voicemail at uh, yeah, that was there we ended up hanging out up in Idaho or not Alaska. We were at a range event up in Alaska and we hung out with him up there for a weekend and kind of stayed friends ever since. But yeah, there’s kind of interesting the people that you don’t think that like would be a big influencer don’t think you would, you know get giddy about and all sudden you’re like, Hey, I remember this kid this guy when I was a kid, you know? So we all have those moments. So don’t feel bad about your Royce moments.
Jerimiah Alexander 8:29
Hey, Saturday morning was was all about was World’s Strongman videos.
Funny, quick side story. We so we go to Alaska to do this show. And we go is it JBER? Is that the names like an Army and Air Force?
Brady Speth 8:45
Yeah. Up in Anchorage.
Jerimiah Alexander 8:47
And one of Brady’s longtime friends is there so we stay with him? And I’m sleeping in a
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle room.
With a bed about this long.
Brady Speth 9:02
About the size of a half shell.
Jerimiah Alexander 9:03
Yeah, yeah. And I wake up, and I like jump out like, well, I fell out of bed because I the bed was much closer to the ground than I thought it was. So I kind of took a big step off into nowhere.
And it’s light outside and I’m like, holy crap, you know, like, they probably left me and I’m fumbling around and Shawn comes in and he’s like, Dude, are you good? Are you okay? And I’m like, I’m so sorry. What time is it? He’s like, it’s a 3:28am
I was like, I look outside. He’s like, yeah, yeah, it’s gonna be light all the time. Dude, this is dark.
Brady Speth 9:35
Welcome to Alaska in the Summer.
Jerimiah Alexander 9:36
I go back to bed and was like Oh my God this is stupid.
Brady Speth 9:40
Don’t feel bad because I’ve had that same moment in Alaska when I jumped up, I had a meeting at like 7am and I jumped up, got dressed and then realized it was like 2:33 in the morning and then just went right back to bed. So
Oh, Alaska in the summer.
Jerimiah Alexander 9:55
fully clothed. Yeah. Yeah.
Brady Speth 9:57
Yeah, that’s that’s kind of funny.
Jerimiah Alexander 10:00
Bill asked me at that show, hey, like, well, how would your jujitsu work on a guy like me? And I said, Well, honestly, Bill, I would I would run from you.
And I’ve watched you off. And I could tell those knees have been through hell and back. He’s like, lets just say, we were, you know, we were like, at a distance where I could grab you. And I was like, well, Bill, I believe jujitsu is probably all around the best self defense, martial art. But I’ve seen you roll a frying pan up on your side.
You’re like, if you got a hold of me in any way, shape, form or fashion?
Brady Speth 10:39
Pretty much over.
Jerimiah Alexander 10:40
It could be very bad for me. So I carry a gun for guys like, you Bill, so don’t get into fights.
Brady Speth 10:51
Stay friends with Bill. It’s good to have him on our side. Yeah. So yeah, so now you’re good. So back to kind of your progression. So marketing, Jeremiah’s awesome, he kind of started our gave him the task of starting our pro staff team.
The we have a lot of people now that are throughout the entire country that are part of our pro staff team out there kind of working kind of showing off the product and getting us into new areas. So Jeremiah ran that for a while, kind of did a lot of different things within the marketing team still does actually in his current role, just because it’s an interface with every kind of bit of the company, his product development. So tell the story, Jeremiah so, from the beginning, Jeremiah had kind of, Hey, I think we should put this reticle in, Hey, I got a lot of people asking about this reticle. And I got a lot of people saying, hey, maybe this would be a cool reticle one. And at the time, we had our product line, and it was what it was, we’ve always planned on, you know, expanding that or building different reticles. So at one point in time, I’m pretty sure I told Jeremiah, I never want to hear the word reticle again, because every phone call we had was about reticles.
But then tell kind of take off from there, Jeremiah, how what actually happened. And then obviously, that leads to your current product development role.
Jerimiah Alexander 12:02
Well, and so just to go back to 2017, one of the guys Brady and Riton introduced me to was a, a Navy SEAL like 25 years and a sniper and was teaching people and I you know, I hit it off with him. big tall guy with a red with a mullet. You know, just a big redneck. So we hit it off, and I started teaching with him in about 17 and about middle of 2018. Our I’m talking to Brady, and I’m going to dealers and they’re like, you got a Christmas tree reticle. Well, you got Horus, you got the H59 Horus in anything? And I’m like, No, no, we got this nice, clean MIL dot we got a BDC for a 5.56. And like, yeah, Christmas trees. So everywhere I’m going they want these fancy reticles. And yeah, I’m telling Brady, every phone call. Yeah, yeah, we gotta do some reticles. We gotta do some reticles. And yeah, there was a point where Brady says, Listen, Jeremiah, I hear what you’re saying about the reticles. But I don’t want to hear it anymore. I don’t I don’t even say the word reticles until I bring it up to you. And I was like, Roger that. Okay, so
I did feel like he did preface with I hear you, I hear what you’re saying. It’s not going on unheard. But I would, I would like to not hear it until I bring it up to you
Brady Speth 13:26
until we can actually do something about it.
Jerimiah Alexander 13:28
I continue to teach and continue shooting and I you know, continue on the marketing team. And same thing with marketing or we’re doing surveys, I’m talking to people, I’m talking to pro staff. I’m talking to brand ambassadors. And you may not know this ready, but between when you said don’t talk to me about reticles, and you call me about reticles, there were a few more people that reached out to me about reticles.
Brady Speth 13:52
So I’ve heard more than twice,
Jerimiah Alexander 13:56
So you know, eventually, Brady he says so hey remember that reticle conversation and I probably sarcastically was like, oh, we’re it’s been a year we’re gonna talk about reticles.
Brady Speth 14:06
we’re talking about radicals now.
Jerimiah Alexander 14:07
Yeah, and he’s like, yeah, you know,
yeah, it’s time to make some new reticles. So maybe about 14, 18 reticles just jump on that. And I was like, Well, I I said we need better reticles. I didn’t say I have a stockpile of better reticles in my basement by any means. And he knew from for me teaching shooting and just from my passion of ballistics, and just my nerdiness I guess he knew somehow that we would do it and yeah, so we one day we’ll frame I my hope at Riton I have just notebook or printer pieces of paper.
Brady Speth 14:45
Yeah for some of the first ones we came up with
Jerimiah Alexander 14:47
sketching and sketching and sending and Brady was like No, Yes.
Brady Speth 14:50
let’s set the record straight real quick. It wasn’t that I thought you could do it. It was more of a let’s prove a point here. He wanted to talk about reticles every phone call we had. Let’s
let’s actually go ahead and see how this goes from here forward. put your money where your mouth is, buddy. See how this just comes out?
Jerimiah Alexander 15:08
I think put your money where your mouth is we’re actually the words that you use for that. And I guess I’m just stupid because I wasn’t. I wasn’t anything but excited. I knew that I could do it. I knew, you know, I’d already been thinking about it. I, you know, I did have some sketches of what I thought would be cool. More for like low power variable stuff, like, you know, 1-6’s right. But we started that process. And, man, that was some of the like, best times I’ve had with Riton so far was, you know, getting to develop and design and getting to be part of that. And then about that time.
Brady Speth 15:47
year, year and a half that took Yeah,
Jerimiah Alexander 15:49
I took Yeah, it took me 18 months might be a more fair time. So
Brady Speth 15:54
Just for reference, we’re kind of talking about our X series here. So our new Primal Conquer Tactix lines. This was a labor of love for me and Jeremiah back in What 2018? I guess probably was when the reticle design started on these
Jerimiah Alexander 16:07
from like, mid 2018. Yeah, to Yeah.
Brady Speth 16:11
still ongoing now, but
Jerimiah Alexander 16:13
going on. =You know what really scared me was I was talking to people. And they were like, dude, everyone’s picking their scope based on reticles now it doesn’t even matter. They’re just picking based on reticles. I kept hearing,
Brady Speth 16:27
Jerimiah Alexander 16:28
Because I was thinking as I kept hearing it, and I at one point, probably December 2019, I thought, we’re gonna launch an entire new product line,
in a month at SHOT Show. And if people are picking by reticles, there’s a whole new line of reticles. And Brady and I are the ones that do these reticles. Well I’m screwed if we don’t sell scopes.
Brady Speth 16:50
If These don’t work We’re done.
Jerimiah Alexander 16:52
Everyone at Riton is screwed.
again, just, I guess who I am. I was only excited till till mid December when I started to be really anxious about what people would say, about reticles because we have kept it under wraps really well, you know, even internally, most folks didn’t have a great idea of what we had going on in the way of reticles because we just didn’t want anybody to copy them. You know, I think we’d even have scopes, we’ve been out, you know, longer than some other companies. And people were like, Hey, your scopes look like this. And I was like, No, their scopes look like ours.
We paid for the tooling, like I remember the whole process. And so we kept it really tight. And yeah, so, man, I’ve been nothing but excited ever since you know, and I now get to do product development all the time. Which is funny, because, you know, initially at Riton, I feel like I did product development, sweep the back, stocking, inventory, sales, marketing, social media pictures, you know. And, you know, as a director of product development, I thought, cool, I’ll just really get into my niche here, product development, but now, you know, sales needs to know about new products, marketing needs, and all the guy. So we’re right back where we started from day one. But I get to do what I love every day. So I appreciate it.
Brady Speth 18:18
Yeah, that’s been a fun transition. It’s that was an anxious moment back to back December of 20 what 2019. When I’m Remember, we’re sitting here like we’re launching 22 new scopes in a matter of like, three weeks, four weeks. Hope we got this, right. Yeah, it sounded right. So now sitting here, November of 2020. We know we got it. Right. So kudos, I guess to you and to the hard work that went into this because I don’t know that we could have predicted that when me and you are sitting there sketching out reticles on on pieces of paper?
Jerimiah Alexander 18:50
Brady Speth 18:50
three years ago.
Jerimiah Alexander 18:52
And I think it’s good to admit, you know, teaching long range shooting, learning, shooting, you know, just the community I was in and then, you know, I was answering questions to that whole time. I was like the guy that answered the technical questions online. So I really do feel like the the Riton supporters do these reticles or gave us this info, right? Someone like a while back to
you gave me the ingredients, I made the soup. And I guess that’s what happened. So and to Brady’s credit. I was saying things in 2018. Like we need 5-25’s in this price range, but they gotta have 34 millimeter tubes. I gotta have these kind of zero stops and at the time, no one was doing it for that price point. And Brady said, no one’s has 34 mil tubes in this price range. You know, this is not and I was like, it’s coming. Like I can see it come and it’s gonna be here. And I think we launched ours and what was it like? A month later, some big name brands came out exactly.
couple months Yeah.
So I think we we hit the nail on the head, and I won’t forget that it was listening to our customers and supporters is what got us to where we are today. So
Brady Speth 20:13
So now on the product development side, more full time, obviously, like we kind of talked about, you’re still you’re still integrally twined with everyone. So you don’t really have a way of getting away from that. But
thought process on kind of now that that gets to take up more full time is that is that something that you can kind of push harder on to the reticle side? Is it something that you’re looking at other products without obviously giving away? Too much? I maybe know the answer to some of these, but people listening don’t. So what’s your thought process on how we do we, you know, keep refining what we have adding new products? I know, I had a question a while back, what’s more important coming up with something new, or refining the stuff that you already have? And obviously, there’s a kind of a middle ground in there. But what’s your thought process?
Jerimiah Alexander 20:59
Yes, is the answer to that, right?
Brady Speth 21:01
Jerimiah Alexander 21:03
To find a way to be innovative, and to just better what we have. And so I have, you know, a three foot stack of reticles that are different versions of what we have, we’ll mix and match, you know, popular scope magnification and popular reticles. There are some obvious things that Riton as an optics company doesn’t have that some optics companies have. So I’ve been crazy, crazy hard pushing for, you know, hopefully, it’s, I guess you’ll just cut it out if I can’t say but, you know, different levels of binos spotting scopes, you know, just the things that we’ve been missing rangefinders so I’m, I’m pulling all that stuff, making sure I keep an eye on what’s popular and what we have. Because if we have a scope so to me that most perfect scope magnification is a 3-18. I just think it’s perfect, it works for up close, and you can shoot three miles with 18 power. So I love that one. So I would eventually love to see different reticles in our like 7 conquer 3-18 right now it was designed more for like designated shooters and stuff. Internal adjustment, you know, it’s like 42 mils of internal adjust now I love to throw different stuff in there. But it’s a split time between the things that we’re missing, that people are asking for and then we ask bettering everything we have this step by step making a better
Brady Speth 22:34
look at that diplomatic answer, just kind of making sure we please everyone. Now and I think that’s something that and I’ve alluded to this before in the past, it’s no secret our whole goal is you know, to build out that’s why we have an X1 and X3, X5, X7. That’s why we have our Primal Conquer Tactix, they’re meant to be full lines from riflescopes red dots, binoculars, and we’ve made no secrets about that. Our biggest thing is is we’re a rifle scope, optics company, that’s what our bread and butter is, that’s what we do very very well. So adding in those other kind of accessories or kind of tertiary secondary type optics is something that we’ve always wanted to do but in due time is is kind of always been the answer and luckily we’re getting to the point with our product development and our ability to to actually refine exactly what we want that we’re getting a lot closer to kind of adding in those what I consider kind of secondary or additional to our rifle scope kind of lineup.
Jerimiah Alexander 23:25
Right? So red dots have evolved that way they’ve been really popular and I think in all fairness it’s it’s no secret right in these weird times. Lots try to buy an AR right now. I dare you right now to go online.
Brady Speth 23:38
Jerimiah Alexander 23:38
it’s in a month posted today. I don’t care try to go buy an AR 15 right now and let me know how that goes for you. So people are buying them up so our red dots have done really well so I kind of like ignited a new passion for our red dots. I mean they’re they’re here sitting on my desk you know because I’m like what can we do better what can we do for our law enforcement guys? What can we do for our competition guys so man I don’t know I could go you know crazy gushing about how much I love my job but it’s so many different directions to go the the real job the real tough job is for Brady to shoot bring me into a lane and just say stay in this lane.
Go over to switch lanes for low go down this lane
Brady Speth 24:23
admitted it is the key Jeremiah did it the trouble that I have been dealing with is bringing it back in here. This is kind of the direction I needed to go not that way not that way. So we’re here so the now and that’s actually why I love Jeremiah in this role is he’s he brings me everything. It’s my job to kind of sort through it and then try to have the strategic level kind of to to make sure that we are going that right direction. So
I’ll just kind of jump in here real quick. Jeremiah is definitely going to be on again, he’s gonna kind of be a co host.
On some other ones some more technical would have tapped into Jeremiah’s technical expertise.
With some long range shooters or snipers, some different people some more optics, kind of deeper conversations we’re having kind of want to introduce you to Jeremiah today. Just get you kind of understanding kind of the that side of product development for Riton.
So I will hit you with this with Jeremiah, since it’s your first time on here.
We were doing this five questions at the end of each one. I got it right here. So I’ll give you a little look. So you can. So I’m going to hit you with five questions. The only goal here is you got to answer and what the first thing that comes to your mind. I know you’ll probably have some good answers on this one. So entertaining words and things that we will edit as necessary. So feel free to just whatever comes to your mind.
Jerimiah Alexander 25:42
You got it!
Brady Speth 25:43
All right. If you had a superpower, what would it be?
Jerimiah Alexander 25:48
Brady Speth 25:52
I don’t know that that’s a superpower. But I’ll take it a high form of it.
Jerimiah Alexander 25:56
You could be pretty smart.
Brady Speth 25:59
Okay, I’ll move to the next one. So, oh jeez that one got me.
I was supposed to go through these fast so that would make me laugh. All right. I know you don’t drink beer. So we’ll throw this out there if you could have a Dr. Pepper with one person. Who would it be alive dead past present future.
Jerimiah Alexander 26:16
I would love to have a Dos Equis with a green lime in it with Marcus Luttrell.
Brady Speth 26:23
Fair enough, we actually could probably make that one happen. So that one’s
the people that pulled out George Washington and some of those guys I can’t help you with but we could probably actually get Marcus to have a beer with you.
If you had to eat one food for the rest of your life, what would it be
Jerimiah Alexander 26:37
Brady Speth 26:39
What kind of pizza?
Jerimiah Alexander 26:40
Brady Speth 26:42
Okay, like that’s a good one. What would the title of your biography be?
Jerimiah Alexander 26:47
Who’s the man
Brady Speth 26:50
it’s dead look into the camera didn’t even flinch on that.
All right, if I handed you a million dollars cash, what’s the first thing you would buy?
Jerimiah Alexander 27:00
Well, I would probably just pay off some of my bills.
Brady Speth 27:03
No. That’s a good answer. Let’s try one again. You gotta buy something fun. I thought you’re gonna say some bullshit about buying something for your wife. First thing you’d buy if I handed you a stack of cash in a million dollars. He’s probably sitting over there listening so that’s why I figured it was about her.
Jerimiah Alexander 27:17
My grandpa told me that years ago I said what would you do if you had a million dollars and he was out a little bit of my debt?
Brady Speth 27:24
That’s true. Wow.
All right. Ready take for if I had to do a stack of cash million dollars. Well, first thing you’d buy?
Jerimiah Alexander 27:33
it would be I was thinking time so I was thinking how I would love to do like
Brady Speth 27:45
so so poetic.
Jerimiah Alexander 27:46
Yeah, so yeah
Brady Speth 27:47
you can’t buyback time
Jerimiah Alexander 27:48
for well for kids that are like terminally ill
Brady Speth 27:52
oh geez it make me feel bad. You’re supposed to say like Ferrari or something Jeremiah do we gotta do like a take six. All right, your five questions are over. That’s all you get. Put those away. Make me feel like an ass for jumping out here for that last one.
Jerimiah Alexander 28:06
Remember Ron Belen
Brady Speth 28:07
just say like a bunch of gods. What’s that
Jerimiah Alexander 28:09
hair? Remember when Ron Belen cut his hair?
Brady Speth 28:13
Jerimiah Alexander 28:14
What is the deal with that? And I was first you ask how he lost his eye.
and I was here like, some helicopter accident or something like that well he had cancer, and they found it after the helicopter
Brady Speth 28:26
after the helicopter
Jerimiah Alexander 28:28
then he had the accident. And then like and then in the same sentence, he’s like, you see his hair? He I don’t know if I like his hair that short. I was like, Yeah, I cut it. For kids with cancer. The Locks of Love. And you weren’t just like, alright I’m done.
Brady Speth 28:41
Cant win with this guy.
Oh, I miss Ron knew the good dude. And his hair.
Jerimiah Alexander 28:47
Yes, he’s a he’s a good guy.
Brady Speth 28:51
A legend, man. That’s hilarious. So well cool Jeremiah. That’s all we got time for today. You’ll definitely be back. So if anybody has any, like technical questions, optics deep, any reticle questions, save those up or email them in actually, too. You can do that and we’ll we’ll address them next time. Jeremiah’s on. We’ll do a deep dive into some technical stuff next time you’re on here too. So we will we’ll go a little deeper and all things optics. So stay tuned for that one. Appreciate your time today, dude.
Jerimiah Alexander 29:19
I’m tactical Gordon Ramsay also. So if you have any cooking tips that you would like. let me know on that.
Brady Speth 29:25
had to get that plug in.
You’re an idiot dude. I love it. Alright, buddy. I appreciate it. I’ll talk to you soon.
All right, Alright thanks see you!
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