The days of laser sights being only for the military and law enforcement only are over. As the number of competitive shooters, concealed carriers, and gun owners grows—and as technology shrinks the lasers themselves ever smaller, an increased number of manufacturers are making laser sights for the civilian market and specifically for concealed carry. Whether... Continue Reading →
Finally, there's a way to train to clear a Type 3 malfunction without faking it. When the rhythmic click-back, click-bang at the range stops with a click and no bang, you look at your ejection port and see the breech isn't closed and there's a mess of brass in there—that's a double-feed, otherwise known as... Continue Reading →
Firearm manufacturer Honor Defense is fighting back about discriminatory credit card processors! Read their story here: Exclusive: Gun Maker Fighting Back Against Credit Card Processors’ Discriminatory Practices I'm proud to support them, and proud to carry my Honor Defense Honor Guard!
Proud to announce I am contributing to the new Galco Gunleather Blog! Here's my first piece, just in time for Mother's Day! Click here to read it!
Recently, a group of contributors at Range365 spilled our range bags to let everyone know what we carried. Some contents, like staplers, were redundant, but some other items surprised me! Here's the link to what's in my range bag!
Honor Defense, the makers of the finest all-American single-stack 9mm proudly announces a new Lifetime Warranty for all of their pistols purchased in the U.S. "We recognize that pistols are an investment for our customers," says Gary Ramey President of Honor Defense LLC. "We strive to provide the best pistol by using only American materials,... Continue Reading →
Join us at the World Fishing & Outdoor Exposition, March 1 - 4, 2018 in Suffern, New York! I'll be attending a media event Friday afternoon, and will report back on the show! Here's what they have to say: The show that just keeps getting better - over 2 million have made their way though... Continue Reading →
If I told you that I was carrying at 4:30, it does not mean that late this afternoon I am going to strap on my pistol and go somewhere (though I might!). That 4:30 reference indicates where on my waist I’ll be carrying that pistol, as if it were the position of the hour hand... Continue Reading →