Concealed Carry

  1. P365 Upgrades - The Top 5 You Can Do Today

    P365 Upgrades - The Top 5 You Can Do Today

    Jazz up your Sig P365 with some easy and effective upgrades.   The SIG P365 is a revolutionary handgun and has already surpassed the millionth mark in sales. As such a popular and revolutionary weapon, we are bound to see a growing aftermarket. The aftermarket is not quite AR Kits big, but it's getting there. This aftermarket often peddles upgrades...
  2. The Tiny but Powerful Springfield 911 with Rubber Grips

    The Tiny but Powerful Springfield 911 with Rubber Grips

    A small but mighty version of the venerable and beloved design.   Springfield Armory’s introduction of the 911 could have not been timed any better. Introduced at SHOT Show 2018, the micro 1911 lookalike hit during the peak of the micro pistol obsession in the industry. Every manufacturer had at least one sub-sub compact semi-auto either already on the market...
  3. The Top 5 Arthritis Friendly Guns

    The Top 5 Arthritis Friendly Guns

    Got Arthritis? Well, We Have Gun Options for You   Got arthritis? I know I do. It runs in the family, and I developed it when I was 23 years old. I’ve also been working with a new shooter who has terrible arthritis in her hands. We worked on learning basic gun safety, marksmanship fundamentals, and the very basics of...
  4. The Top 5 Handguns of John Browning

    The Top 5 Handguns of John Browning

    John Browning created enough guns to have a book written about him, and he has. Today is all about his top 5 most influential handguns.    John Browning is the patron saint of American firearm designers. He designed weapons that have been in service for more than 100 years. He was a mastermind of firearms design. Today we are going...
  5. Features Every Holster Must Have

    Features Every Holster Must Have

    These two features are essential for safe carry.   There are a ton of great holsters out there, from stand-alone Kydex or Boltaron to all-leather to hybrids with a mix of materials. Each one has its place and can work well as a safe way to keep your gun handy while you’re carrying. While style of holster is a personal...
  6. Force-on-Force: A Concealed Carry Necessity?

    Force-on-Force: A Concealed Carry Necessity?

    Injecting real life into training.   Force-on-force training is a concealed carry necessity as far as I’m concerned. If you are seeking out self-defense training, consider this style of training, especially right now when actual ammo is scant. It doesn’t replace live fire training but compliments it very well. I did plenty of these simulated gunfights in my time in...