About Jordan Buck

Hi, I’m Jordan Buck. My friends call me Jordy. I am the sole writer and worker for Gun Tradition. It’s definitely a lot of work, but I love it. I grew up as a part of America’s gun culture. I am a better outdoorsman than a writer, but can’t always be running the woods these days.

The goal of my life is to help people. With Gun Tradition, I want to help people become safer, and self-reliant in their lives. To do that, we must understand what the Founding Fathers meant when they wrote the phrase “A well-regulated militia is necessary”. If you want to live in freedom, you have to prepare to take care of yourself and your family.

In my personal life, I put Christ first and Family next. That’s what keeps me strong and helps my thoughts and actions line up with what is right. I’m not overly churchy, but I do my best to live right, pray, and read my Bible. After all, I’ve got kids who need me to set a good example.

I have taught several marksmanship and firearm handling courses, mainly to beginners and intermediate shooters. At 12 years old, my father taught me to handle a gun, and I intend to pass it on to as many people as I can before I die. We don’t know how long we have, only that we are here right now. I once told a group of teenagers “live life so the crying at your funeral is genuine”. In other words, do what you can to help other people and be a good part of their story.

I suppose the best way for you to see the kind of person I am is to share with you a list of my life goals and ambitions. So, here’s my bucket (bucket not included).

  • Drive a racecar *done* I drove a ferrocious 2 laps on the Berlin Raceway. Someone didn’t put the hood pins back in. I crashed on corner 4 and took out several other vehicles.
  • Become a professional writer *done* I write regular articles for several outdoor companies.
  • Learn how to fight *done* I have black belts in 4 martial arts and yes, I can fight.
  • Go sheep hunting up north
  • Own a piece of wilderness property
  • Hunt all North America dangerous game
  • Meet real Eskimos in the Arctic.
  • Explore the Congo
  • Canoe the backwaters of the Amazon Rainforest
  • Open a self-defense school
  • Go treasure hunting
  • Build a log cabin with my own two hands
  • Own a house on 40 acres
  • Do missionary work in a remote tribal area
  • Have a small farm/ homestead
  • Be a positive male role model for fatherless children
  • Spend a year off-grid in Alaska
  • Compete in a cage fight
  • Have an appearance on a podcast
  • Run for a local public office

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