In terms of value priced flashlights suitable for everyday carry including defensive use, the Fenix PD35 V3.0 stands out as an excellent choice. It’s not without drawbacks, but, with a little diligence, those can be worked around.
Revolvers are fun and interesting to me. However, I never really considered them for defensive applications before with the exception of defense against wildlife, but that’s changed recently. Here are my thoughts on a wheelgun’s use cases and limitations.
Attending a firearms training course requires a monetary and time investment. The return on that investment comes in the form of marksmanship skill improvement. How much improvement depends on the steps we take to capitalize on the investment.
Folks who are looking to improve and have figured out that dry fire is the secret sauce are often curious as to what dry fire practice sessions look like. Here is an updated look at what I do and why that some of those folks might find beneficial.
Readers have asked for my opinion on Red Balloon Industries holsters and I was unable to provide one because I had zero first hand experience with any of their products. That’s in the past now since I got my hands on a Grand Camo OWB holster.
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.