Gun fitment is about how good feels in hand, rather it’s about how well a gun interfaces with the shooter.
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.
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.
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.