There are a lot of opinions when it comes to the debate between open carry versus concealed carry. Heck, I have plenty of my own. However, I think the decision can be quickly informed by looking at the application context.
Not all handguns are designed with self defense in mind and some that are aren’t particularly well suited for it. Knowing what qualities to look for in a defensive handgun helps discern the good from not so good.
I’ve held Rangemaster certified instructors in high regard for quite some time now. Never did I imagine I would become one. This after action report should provide some insight into what Rangemaster instructor certification entails.
Every gun has a story and is a chapter in the life of its owner, especially the first firearm. With a little reflection we can discover a number of lessons learned from or with that first firearm. Here are some of mine.
More capacity is never a bad thing. However, some jurisdictions limit capacity. Why they do this is beyond my comprehension, but it’s a reality we have to deal with and raises some questions. Does that impact caliber choice? If so, how?
When working towards achieving a goal, it’s important to take deliberate steps to realize it. Sometimes the preparation is met with obstacles and we are forced to compromise. Here is what I’m towards getting certified as a Rangemaster instructor.