Concealed Carry

  1. 4 Reasons I Love DA/SA Guns

    4 Reasons I Love DA/SA Guns

    DA/SA guns can take some getting used to. But they can be great once you're familiar.   I fell in love with the CZ 75 and Beretta 92 at a very young age in my shooting career. As such, I’ve long been a fan of these handguns and the Double action / single-action trigger system, aka the DA/SA. In recent...
  2. Family and Holidays: How to Prepare Your Gun-Friendly Home for Visits

    Family and Holidays: How to Prepare Your Gun-Friendly Home for Visits

    The family is coming for the holidays, but they aren't all comfortable with guns. What do you do?   I was raised in a very gun-friendly home where it was not uncommon to come across one or two loaded firearms in a day. Of course, I was taught the rules of firearm safety, to respect guns, and how to unload...
  3. The S300 Grip Module - Blend your P320 and P365

    The S300 Grip Module - Blend your P320 and P365

    One grip module to rule them all? Well, one grip to rule at least a couple of SIG models.   Hasn’t SIG been killing it lately? The P365 started a revolution and sold like crazy. The P320 became the Army’s latest service pistol. SIG’s optics, suppressors, and rifles have taken off and gained massive popularity in the police, military, and...
  4. Book Smart: Five Must Reads For Concealed Carry

    Book Smart: Five Must Reads For Concealed Carry

    Supplement your on-range training with some written insights from Jeff Copper and others.   Believe it or not, there is a lot to be said about being book smart about firearms. Firearms might be more of an active participation event, but they also provide a good bit of practical advice. As a concealed carrier, I constantly strive to improve, and...
  5. Night Sights - The Big Tritium Debate

    Night Sights - The Big Tritium Debate

    Night sights or no night sights? That is the question.   Night sights, who doesn't love them? They've become the standard for law enforcement and military use. They seem to be quite widely available on carry guns these days. Heck, good luck buying a SIG without some XRAY3 sights. That makes us ask, are they the best option? Do they...
  6. The Glock 20 - Too Much For Concealed Carry?

    The Glock 20 - Too Much For Concealed Carry?

    Is 10mm a good choice for you? Check out Travis' advice and decide for yourself.   In 1983, the 10mm Auto was invented, and we reached peak perfection for automatic pistol calibers. That's what the cult of 10mm will say anyway. It's true the 10mm offers a lot of power for an automatic cartridge and reaches 357 Magnum power with...

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