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  • Ed Wilks is the Building Maintenance Coordinator at the Belton Church of Christ. He is married to Becky and has two grown children, David and Sarah , and five grandchildren. He attended Abilene Christian University and Baylor University. Ed likes fixing things, riding motorcycles, playing golf and watching his grandkids play sports. He also enjoys his iPhone and listening to sermons from apps.

    A Rifle family is in the running to get their own television show. Firecracker Films, a production company, and Metal Flower Media, a casting agency, is searching for a family to be the subject of their new show, Americana. The show is aimed at showcasing the American way of life, with the first season being a family that celebrates the 2nd Amendment in their everyday life.

    Enter the Wilks family. The family of six owns and operates Tradesmen Gun Store and Advanced Combat Training in Rifle, and teaches gun safety classes. They're also one of 10 families in the running to be featured in the first season of Americana. "They're trying to show what made America great," said Edward Wilks. The production companies continually work on creating reality shows. They've brought to life hit shows like TLC's My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding. The Wilks say their family and friends saw a posting on Facebook about the show, so they decided to apply.

    "Our hope is to break down those misconceptions," said Edward Wilks, "that people who own guns, they're right-wing conspirators, they're home-grown terrorists, they're gun nuts, they're trigger happy." Edward and Gloria's four kids have grown up around guns, even getting one as a gift on their third birthday. "They [the production company] wants to follow Gloria and the children and their shooting activities," said Edward Wilks. They say the show would also showcase their classes and business.

    There's no secret that the name of their town is an added bonus. "When they saw our location was Rifle, Colorado, that was one of the selling points," said Wilks. While some families may worry about what being the part of a reality show might do to them, the Wilks don't worry though about their family dynamics or values changing. "We hope for it to be a positive experience for our family and a good example to America about guns," said Gloria Wilks. "If things were to change we would pull it immediately," said Edward Wilks.

    Officials at Metal Flower Media say the family that makes the show will be chosen in the first part of 2012. They say it's too early to say when shooting might begin. Although the show has been picked up by a network, the company isn't able to say which one yet.

  • A Rifle family is in the running to get their own television show. Firecracker Films, a production company, and Metal Flower Media, a casting agency, is searching for a family to be the subject of their new show, Americana. The show is aimed at showcasing the American way of life, with the first season being a family that celebrates the 2nd Amendment in their everyday life.

    Enter the Wilks family. The family of six owns and operates Tradesmen Gun Store and Advanced Combat Training in Rifle, and teaches gun safety classes. They're also one of 10 families in the running to be featured in the first season of Americana. "They're trying to show what made America great," said Edward Wilks. The production companies continually work on creating reality shows. They've brought to life hit shows like TLC's My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding. The Wilks say their family and friends saw a posting on Facebook about the show, so they decided to apply.

    "Our hope is to break down those misconceptions," said Edward Wilks, "that people who own guns, they're right-wing conspirators, they're home-grown terrorists, they're gun nuts, they're trigger happy." Edward and Gloria's four kids have grown up around guns, even getting one as a gift on their third birthday. "They [the production company] wants to follow Gloria and the children and their shooting activities," said Edward Wilks. They say the show would also showcase their classes and business.

    There's no secret that the name of their town is an added bonus. "When they saw our location was Rifle, Colorado, that was one of the selling points," said Wilks. While some families may worry about what being the part of a reality show might do to them, the Wilks don't worry though about their family dynamics or values changing. "We hope for it to be a positive experience for our family and a good example to America about guns," said Gloria Wilks. "If things were to change we would pull it immediately," said Edward Wilks.

    Officials at Metal Flower Media say the family that makes the show will be chosen in the first part of 2012. They say it's too early to say when shooting might begin. Although the show has been picked up by a network, the company isn't able to say which one yet.

    At The Tradesmen, owner Edward Wilks sees a number of related trends that begin with more women than ever taking the establishment’s concealed carry certification class.

     

     

     12 Jan 1912 ~ Samuel Theodore Wilks and wife Euna Herring Family: Presley, C. T., Euna Opal, P. L., Beryl, Martha Fay, La Fawn, and Freddie Wilks

     Alicie Anna "Annie" Wilks Mayfield, abt 1890?

  • Edward Wilks - Tai here is shooting his "Full-auto" Remington 700 .300 RUM Sendero. Just some fun we were having one day... Too bad it's not real. Man. Fully Automatic .300 RUM. If you ever got attacked by 30 elk all at once, charging you from 700 yards away... that would be the gun!

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