It’s time to add up to $25 worth of goodness to the budget survival kit. This month I’m adding a trauma kit.
How powerful is the .500 S&W Magnum compared to common handgun cartridges? Very. Compared to other magnum pistol cartridges? Very, with one exception.
Ever looked up when standing at the firing line of your local shooting range and noticed a nickel sized hole on the cover or ceiling above you? I’d be willing to be that hole was made with a Smith & Wesson Model S&W500.
I’m happy to see the population of gun owners grow regardless of the reason or circumstance. I welcome all of them. I encourage all of them to learn the safe gun handling as it is a responsibility that comes with ownership.
Here is a little dry practice drill I’ve been doing lately to help me develop a good consistent pistol draw.
Are you using less ammo and spending less time at the range? If so, what are you doing with your time instead? I’m getting in a little dry practice, taking inventory, and cleaning the firearms.
I’m opting to avoid non-essential outings for a little while. It’s not fun and may not be necessary, but I think limiting my exposure to individuals currently experiencing varying degrees of panic is a good choice right now.
Started a small project to build a quality survival kit on a budget. My first step is a container to place the contents of the kit in. Feel free to join in and build your own.
Runs like a champ. Makes longer shots remarkably easier. Will require some work to consistently find the dot in the window after presentation. Great pistol and carry optic option.
A dab of elbow grease and a touch of finesse is what it took to get the RMR installed on the VP9. I’m excited and can’t wait to get it out to the range.