It’s time to add up to $25 worth of goodness to the budget survival kit. This month I’m adding an emergency bivvy.
Just an average Joe who loves to geek out on firearm mechanics and ballistics.
Third Rule of Gun Safety Distilled: Only Place Your Finger on the Trigger When You Are Ready To Shoot
Placing a finger on the trigger should only be a deliberate and intentional act. Indexing the trigger finger along the side of the gun should be the default instinctive and habitual behavior.
There are many different bullet types found in today’s ammunition. There are also some tried and true projectile designs that work.
What does it actually mean to keep a muzzle pointed in a safe direction? Are there any exceptions to this rule?
The Incog Eclipse is a great IWB holster and I don’t hesitate recommending it to anyone looking for a good all kydex IWB option.
Never assume the condition of a firearm, always confirm it.
It can be a little frustrating to present a red dot sight equipped pistol and not find the red dot. So here is a little dry practice drill I’ve been doing lately to help that.
If you could only have one rifle to fulfill all my needs, what would it be? At first I thought my answer would be an AR-10, turns out it’s an AR-15.
If you had to go on the run during the zombie apocalypse with only one melee weapon, one blade, one pistol, and one rifle what would they be?
How much ammo is enough? Short answer: no amount of ammo is ever enough. Long answer: read the post.