Bug Out Plans for All

No matter who you are, where you live, or what your environment is, having a bug out plan is a necessary part of your preparedness.  Do you live isolated in the Rocky Mountains?  Why would you need to bug out and leave your bunker?  Well, do you want to stay when the next forest fire... Continue Reading →

Urban Filth

I was unfortunate enough to have to travel to Baltimore for work recently.  This was the first time in three years I have set foot in that cesspool (a blue utopia, apparently, because this is what they keep voting for).  While I try not to be overtly political, I can’t help but proclaim the obvious. ... Continue Reading →

Focused Practice

A consistent trait that all high-level practitioners of almost any craft seem to share in common is an ability to focus on improvement when practicing.  Pertaining to shooting, there is a difference between “practicing” and actually focusing on making progress.  Perhaps you have heard this said, that every round fired should serve a purpose.  The... Continue Reading →

Wedging Holsters

The use of wings, or what is often called a claw, on holsters designed for appendix position carry, have been an absolute game changer in concealment as these devices draw the grip into the body, thus greatly aiding concealment.  Another tool that has long been used to enhance AIWB concealment is wedging, which typically involves... Continue Reading →

The Deep Concealment Quandary

Wearing tools of personal protection is not very difficult to do when wearing casual clothing such as jeans and a T-shirt, or jeans and a sweater or jacket, etc…, but formal clothing, or gym shorts, make such carry much more challenging.  While wearing jeans and an un-tucked shirt I carry a compact pistol and that... Continue Reading →

Another Option for Carrying Medical

Several weeks back I ran an article on carrying medical gear.  In that article I showed my methods for actually carrying this gear on-body.  I always have a Soft-T Wide tourniquet in my pocket, but when doing activities that are more dangerous than usual I have an ankle kit that carries a tourniquet, packing gauze,... Continue Reading →

The Inherent Stupidity in the Search for Motive

So, here we go again, another mass shooting, this time at a dance hall in California.  Interestingly, the suspect is a 72-year-old Asian man.  Obviously, this is an unusual demographic of perpetrator.  All ethnic groups tend to put up a pretty consistent representation among mass killing commensurate with their percentage of overall population; FBI stats... Continue Reading →

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