• Capacity Over Caliber Part Deux

    Every time I engage in the caliber vs capacity debate, I end up ruffling some feathers. The feather ruffling often yields conversations that challenge my opinion and help me grow. So, here we go again.

  • Capacity Over Caliber

    My updated opinion on the caliber vs capacity debate. Short version: there would be no debate if we detach emotion and put aside personal preferences as objective weapon selection naturally yields caliber for capacity.

  • Aimpoint Micro T-2 Red Dot Reflex Sight

    My review of the Aimpoint Micro T-2 Red Dot Reflex Sight. In short, it’s a small and lightweight red dot optic that is a fantastic choice for duty or home defense carbines. Especially so, when combined with night vision devices.

  • Building a Quality Survival Kit on a Budget: Part 16

    This is the final installment of the Building a Quality Survival Kit on a Budget series. In this installment we review the reasoning and the contents of the kit while making a few suggestions of what to do next with it.

  • The Bang Cycle

    Ready, aim, fire! While that is all takes for fire a shot, it’s an over simplified way to describe the process of taking a shot. This post explores the shooting cycle in a bit more depth.

  • Vortex Optics Razor HD Gen III 1-10×24 FFP Riflescope

    A review of the Vortex Optics Razor HD Gen III 1-10×24 FFP low powered variable optic. Spoiler, it’s magnanimous.

  • The 3 C’s of Carrying a Handgun: Comfort, Concealment, and Capability

    Comfort, concealment, and capability are three simple aspects of carrying a handgun that folks often discuss. As simple as they are independently, optimizing one of those aspects implies compromising the other two.

  • Building a Quality Survival Kit on a Budget: Part 15

    It’s time to add up to $25 worth of goodness to the budget survival kit. This month I am looking a couple of items that can improve our ability to send and receive information.

  • Deer Rifle for Under $1000

    Here is what Uncle Zo would do if he had $1000 to spend on a deer rifle today.

  • Underwood Ammo 700gr .500 S&W Magnum

    A brief review of the 700 grain .500 Smith & Wesson Magnum load from Underwood Ammo.

Every time I engage in the caliber vs capacity debate, I end up ruffling some feathers. The feather ruffling often yields conversations that challenge my opinion and help me grow. So, here we go again.

My updated opinion on the caliber vs capacity debate. Short version: there would be no debate if we detach emotion and put aside personal preferences as objective weapon selection naturally yields caliber for capacity.

My review of the Aimpoint Micro T-2 Red Dot Reflex Sight. In short, it’s a small and lightweight red dot optic that is a fantastic choice for duty or home defense carbines. Especially so, when combined with night vision devices.

This is the final installment of the Building a Quality Survival Kit on a Budget series. In this installment we review the reasoning and the contents of the kit while making a few suggestions of what to do next with it.

My review of the Trijicon RMR Type 2 Adjustable LED Reflex Sight. While it’s not perfect, it’s a fantastic red dot sight that is ideal for defensive carry and duty pistols.

Ready, aim, fire! While that is all takes for fire a shot, it’s an over simplified way to describe the process of taking a shot. This post explores the shooting cycle in a bit more depth.

A review of the Vortex Optics Razor HD Gen III 1-10×24 FFP low powered variable optic. Spoiler, it’s magnanimous.

Comfort, concealment, and capability are three simple aspects of carrying a handgun that folks often discuss. As simple as they are independently, optimizing one of those aspects implies compromising the other two.

It’s time to add up to $25 worth of goodness to the budget survival kit. This month I am looking a couple of items that can improve our ability to send and receive information.

Here is what Uncle Zo would do if he had $1000 to spend on a deer rifle today.