Hosted by Felix Mena and Scott Drake
Felix Mena and Scott Drake are both avid firearms enthusiasts. Scott is an Army veteran, meanwhile, Felix is a Staff Sergeant currently on active duty (as of October 2017). The pair met at Scott's gun store in West El Paso when Felix responded to a social media post from Scott which advertised a 1941 Lee Enfield .303 rifle. However, a mutual friend, Stephen van Epps had been wanting to introduce them to each other when Felix moved from East to West El Paso. They quickly became friends and given Felix' background in multimedia production, the idea for "Straight Shooting" was born.
Felix Mena - Felix, age 48, is a native of Southern California, however, his adventurous life and unconventional careers have taken him all around the world. He is a former tennis professional, radio talk show host, DJ and multimedia content producer. Seeking a radical change in the direction of his life, he enlisted in the US Army in 2008, at the ripe age of 40.
His official MOS is Fire Direction Specialist, however, his expertise behind the camera is quickly recognized by his command teams and he often ends up performing public affairs duties. He is an accomplished photographer whose work can be seen at his various photography web sites including: FelixGPhoto.com FelixGPhoto.smugmug.com Facebook.com/FelixGPhoto and Instagram.com/felixgphoto
He published a photography book which highlights the three years he spent in South Korea while serving near the demilitarized zone. "Three Years in the Land of the Morning Calm"
Scott Drake - Scott is an avid collector of AR15 rifles. In fact, he has over 48 AR15 variants in his collection, including an Armalite with a very low serial number! When Scott isn't at his gun shop, Drake Fine Sporting Arms, he can be found snuggle up in a onsie, usually with an AR15 wrapped up in his arms.
Spokesmodel - Francesca E. Ricciuti
Francesca (AKA The Bunny Blaster)) has won numerous awards for rabbit hunting. She takes great pride in displaying the heads of the bunnies she blasts over her fireplace mantle, like so many big game trophies. She's set to compete in the little known, and secretive, 2018 Bunny Shoot Off competition in which competitors have 60 seconds to shoot as many rabbits as possible within the confines of a rudimentary cock-fighting arena some where in Northern Mexico.