It’s been about three years since I last published a top list post. I’m still not sure I will make them a regular thing, but I figured it would be fun to share what my top five firearms by round count are. So here is that list.
Looking for a high-quality inside-the-waistband custom holster that won’t break the bank and will ship quickly? The JM Custom Kydex IWB 3 may very well fit the bill.
It didn’t take very long for the round count on the CZ Shadow 2 to go from 1,000 to 2,000 rounds. Nevertheless, that 2,000 round mark indicates it’s time for a follow up review and there are a few things to mention.
Zeroing a pistol mounted red dot sight is simple. It’s not easy, but it’s simple. Here is how I go about zeroing pistol mounted optics along with a half dozen tips y’all may find useful.
A red dot on a pistol is not necessarily a good idea, but that doesn’t mean a dot is only then an accessory for recreational purposes. Given that one of its benefits is a reduced marksmanship learning curve, maybe we should consider it as a training aid.
It pains me to admit it, but putting a red dot on a pistol isn’t for everybody or for every pistol. There are undeniable advantages to pistol mounted optics, but those advantages come with conditions that may make putting one on a pistol a nonstarter.