It’s been a good first year for the blog, and I’m looking forward to seeing what this next year brings. Thank you for being a part of it.
“Less stuff, more experience” is my theme for 2020. I want compete more and hunt more. Most of all I want to really level up my pistol handling skills in 2020.
2019 was filled with a bunch of firearm firsts for me. All of which were wonderful experiences, several of which were shared with friends and family.
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This really just my birthday wish list. But maybe it will help someone else find the perfect gift for someone they care about.
Every now and then, and perhaps with increasing frequency, companies appear to make some statement…
Two topics I regularly avoid in conversations are religion and politics. It’s not that I…
I’ve put together a little list of gift ideas for those of you who happen…
Training is a learning activity that helps us level up our knowledge and skills. Things learned in training are applied through practice to turn skills into instinctual habits. But, does that make training necessary?
Teaching kids about guns and gun safety doesn’t have to be hard, but it is something that is very beneficial for all kids. I decided it was essential for my kids when firearms were introduced into our household.
I used to genuinely believe guns were only for law enforcement and criminals. That mindset changed with becoming familiar with firearms and their operation.
Whether you like bump stocks or not, the ban on this accessory is an erosion of gun rights in this country. An erosion supported by president Trump and the NRA which gun owner’s allowed to happen through their complacency.