There were two mass murders in the US this past weekend – one in El Paso, TX and one in Dayton, OH. In the wake of those events, the traditional media and social media channels are predictably filled with calls for law makers to take action. All the […]
The argument over prioritizing between caliber and capacity when carrying a pistol for self defense is quite possibly the most polarizing topic among gun aficionados. In fact, I have spent many hours discussing this very topic with various friends and have mentioned this something to consider when selecting […]
There is no perfect everyday carry configuration for every situation. It’s very likely that more than a one configuration will be needed to cover different forms of attire. It will also most likely evolve over time as preferences and proficiency changes.
Anyone who thinks they don’t need or wouldn’t benefit from firearms training is just plain wrong. Whether it’s for defensive or competitive reasons, get some training and run your gear better.
Selecting a firearm for concealed carry is personal choice. With so many options available, finding the right one can seem daunting. But with a little guidance it’s possible to make a good choice.
While the Supreme Court has not issued a ruling or opinion specifically regarding the constitutionality of concealed carry, the DC vs Heller and McDonal vs Chicago cases point to yes.
So far so good. 300 rounds and counting, no malfunctions, heavy striker drag on spent primers, and a splash of slide bite.
I’ve decided to let go of my first firearm. It’s bitter sweet as it’s made a great everyday carry gun, but truth be told – I don’t enjoy shooting it anymore. Alas, all good things come to an end.