Concealed Carry

  1. The Baby Browning - An OG Pocket Pistol

    The Baby Browning - An OG Pocket Pistol

    Pocket pistols mean different things to different people. In the early 1900s, the Colt 1903 and 1908 were called Pocket pistols, and they'd be tough to shove in your pocket today. Coat pocket might have been a more accurate name. However, in 1931 we got one of the first examples of a modern pocket pistol, the FN Baby Browning. Even...
  2. The Walther PPS - An Unappreciated Classic

    The Walther PPS - An Unappreciated Classic

    This oft-overlooked pistol is a fan favorite for those who know what they have. The S&W Shield was released in 2012, and the world lost its mind. Seriously, I remember people paying way above MSRP to get an original Shield. It was the single stack 9mm that everyone needed and loved. For some reason, everyone needed a Shield but ignored...
  3. Target Shooting Practice vs Defensive Shooting Training

    Target Shooting Practice vs Defensive Shooting Training

    There is a difference between bullseye shooting, where you are trying to hit the center X on the target, and training for defensive purposes. People make the mistake of shooting at a bullseye, thinking that it is good training for self-defense. It is, but it isn't because there is not a massive X on the bad guy's chest. First, a...
  4. Federal .30 Super Carry, Is It Still Relevant?

    Federal .30 Super Carry, Is It Still Relevant?

    Is the caliber a good carry idea? Federal .30 Super Carry wasn't released at the best time in the firearms world, but how could Federal have foreseen what would be happening in the world at the time of release? If you don't know, new firearms, accessories, ammunition, etc., aren't innovated overnight. There are years of work that go into developing...
  5. Slimline Shootout - Glock 43 vs. Glock 43X vs. Glock 48

    Slimline Shootout - Glock 43 vs. Glock 43X vs. Glock 48

    Glock's slimline series encapsulates their single-stack designs. These are fairly small when you look at the totality of the Glock lineup. They include the .380 ACP Glock 42, the 45 ACP Glock 36, and the 9mm triplets, the G43, G43X, and G48. Today we are going to talk about the 9mm triplets and hopefully find the right slimline Glock pistol...
  6. Smith and Wesson Gun Finishes and How They Are Applied

    Smith and Wesson Gun Finishes and How They Are Applied

    How does legacy brand Smith & Wesson make their guns looks so good? One of the primary goals of applying gun finishes is to protect a handgun against corrosion. Until recently, they often made guns out of stainless steel, or manufacturers blued the steel. Both can withstand everyday use and provide corrosion resistance. Traditionally, bluing was the most popular finish. Manufacturers...

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