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.
Just an average Joe who loves to geek out on firearm mechanics and ballistics.
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.
A brief review of the 700 grain .500 Smith & Wesson Magnum load from Underwood Ammo.
Picking a good instructor is critical to developing defensive skills quickly. This post explores how I go about finding and selecting a highly skilled instructor.
Folks considering or using a shotgun for home defense might want to pick up a copy of this book. It’s a fountain of knowledge that dispels myth and lays a firm foundation surrounding defensive application of shotguns.
Gathered my thoughts and put together some pointed actionable suggestions for folks who are getting started with armed self defense. I cover guns, ammo, gear, and how to go about getting and staying good.
A deeper look at the Vortex Optics AR-BDC2 reticle found on their previous generation Strike Eagle LPVOs.
Short version: It’s simple. It’s functional. It works. I just wish it had a better manual.
It’s time to add up to $25 worth of goodness to the budget survival kit. This month I am looking at defensive tools.
One of the things I’ve noticed after talking with folks about pistol mounted red dot sights, is that not everyone is aware of types of failures that may occur with an RDS and how to deal with them. Spoiler: back up sights aren’t necessarily the answer. Let’s explore front sight obstructions, rear sight obstructions, and complete RDS failures.