Handgun Skills: Dry Fire Training

Dry fire is to shooters what hitting the heavy bag is to boxers.  Ammo is expensive and live fire requires going to a range.  Dry fire requires a safe direction and distraction free environment only.  I find that the really high end competition shooters tend to either be very high round count guys, shooting tens... Continue Reading →

The Latest London Attack: Run, Hide, Tell

A few weeks ago I wrote about the deplorable Run, Hide, Fight moniker that is touted throughout the United States by government entities as being the response protocol for active shooters.  I berated the mindset of this faction of our society that promotes such an approach, mentioning Fight as only a last ditch, unarmed attempt. ... Continue Reading →

Why Do Academics Hate Guns?

Ever wonder why so many academics appose concealed carry on campus and simply despise guns in general?  Here you go.  Check out my article on American Thinker concerning the issue. The Ivory Tower Man: Why Academia Hates Guns  

The Glock 26: The Little Big Gun

There is really nothing baby like about the “Baby Glock.” The Glock 26 was dubbed the sub-compact model in the Glock 9mm line when it came out.  Of course at this point we tend to consider sub-compact as referring to the single-stack 9mm offerings so popular among concealed carriers.  While I like guns such as... Continue Reading →

Defensive Long Gun Setup

I am of the absolute opinion that the handgun is the top priority for the armed citizen.  The vast majority of defensive gun uses, even in the home, are done with a handgun.  They are small enough to be carried concealed, and also small enough to be much faster in deployment from quick-access safes in... Continue Reading →

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