Is Your Holster Craptastic?
Not all holsters are created equal and horrible ones are astonishingly available in abundance. Bad holsters are unacceptable. They help form bad habits at best and are unsafe at worst. Here are some ways to discern between the good, the bad, and the ugly.
Preparing for My First Major USPSA Match
Not long ago, the thought of competing in a major USPSA match was not something I ever entertained. Now, my first major match is on the horizon and it’s time to start getting ready for it. I have a plan. Not sure it’s good or bad, but it’s a plan nevertheless.
So You Bought a Handgun for Personal Protection, Now What?
Owning a handgun for personal protection doesn’t mean one is adequately prepared to use it for that purpose. Just like owning a car doesn’t mean one is ready to start driving it. There is some learning and skill development that should take place first.
What Is Uncle Zo’s Gun Cleaning Setup Like?
Regular preventive maintenance is critical to preserve firearms and to keep them running well. The principles are universal: clean and lubricate. The application of the principles are personal and biased.
Cajunized CZ Shadow 2 Optics-Ready and Trijicon SRO 1000 Rounds Later
The CZ Shadow 2 and the Trijicon SRO have now sent around 1,000 rounds down range. That means it’s time to see how both the USPSA Carry Optics setup and my opinion of it have evolved since their initial review.
Are You Mentally Prepared To Defend Yourself?
In his book, The Way is in Training, Matthew Little wrote, “Technical skill and physical preparedness are both useless without a commensurate development of the mind.” Let’s take a stab at exploring that in the context of the armed civilian.