Bozeman’s David Spady arms himself at the SHOT Show in Vegas

You go to the gym. You stay in shape. You are doing quite well. But then you’re standing next to “Big Dan” Rodimer…

Bozeman, David Spady of Montana is an avid world traveler. The week before the big SHOT Show in Las Vegas, we spotted him at Mar a Lago hanging out with Donald Trump, Jr. Here he is pictured above showing off the DFNDR body armor with Dan Rodimer in Las Vegas. (Spady is on the left, if you were wondering)

Credit David Spady

Credit David Spady

We caught up with David Spady of the radio line at the SHOT Show and told him about DFNDR body armor and more.

One of the coolest things Spady told us about was the DNFDR Bulletproof Backpack. Think of a normal backpack, but it has a body armor plate inside to cover your back… flip it to the front and you have a cover there too.

David Spady: It’s the lightest body armor that the US military has committed to, and there’s also a consumer line that, if you go to DFNDR.com, is available to the public. My kids all went to school with body armor in their backpacks…the company has these panels that fit very easily in a briefcase, or a kids backpack, and I wear them one with me in my briefcase and work backpack. It is an excellent product, very light. You don’t even really know you have it in there, but it will stop a gun at close range. I tried.

He also paid tribute to the Montana Outdoor Legacy Foundation, with which he has been involved for several years. Spady told us, “You can’t have hunting without constant conservation; you really don’t have conservation without hunting.

David Spady on MT Outdoor Legacy Foundation: This is a Montana-based group that works with Fish, Wildlife and Parks in Montana to make property acquisitions near rivers…to provide more access to the great outdoors of Montana in areas where we’d like to go and recreate.

Check out the full audio above.

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