It’s time to add up to $25 worth of goodness to the budget survival kit. This month I’m suggesting a choice between throwing some calories in the kit or a bit of cash.
With all the growth in gun ownership in the first half of 2020, I’ve seen several people encourage new gun owners to get professional training while others suggest it’s not necessary. I’m all for getting some training, the post explains why.
I can’t imagine anyone suggesting that cleaning and maintaining firearms is silly and unnecessary. At the same time, I’m certain that others have different suggestions in regards to what is sufficient and necessary. Here is what I do. Most of the time.
Have you considered or do you carry a .44 Magnum revolver for self defense? If so, have you considered the differences between .44 Special and .44 Magnum for self defense applications. I’ve given it some thought and here are my opinions.
Purchasing a silencer is quite involved. It takes time, money, and a bit of legal gymnastics in addition to passing background checks. Yes, there is more than one background check involved. Still, it’s not an impossible task.
It’s time to add up to $25 worth of goodness to the budget survival kit. This month I’m adding a water filtration system.
Making the most of a firearms training course isn’t rocket science. Just make sure to bring the required equipment. If possible, add a few extras to maximize comfort and avoid circumstances that could prevent the successful completion of the course.
My opinion of the top 5 guns for concealed carry in available the market today.
Wrapping up the fundamentals of safe gun handling with this post on the fourth rule. Short version… only press the trigger when you are certain and confident of what will follow as you will be responsible and accountable for it.
It’s time to add up to $25 worth of goodness to the budget survival kit. This month I’m adding an emergency bivvy.