The Four Draws Part I: The Default Draw

I have previously written articles, on this blog and elsewhere, telling concealed carriers that they should be practicing “all four” draw strokes.  You can read that article on this blog here.  The four primary draw strokes are: The Default DrawThe Single-Handed DrawThe Support-Hand Only DrawThe Surreptitious Draw In this series of articles I wish to... Continue Reading →

Remora 2-in-1 Holsters

I have used Remora Holsters for a long time.  I use no-clip holsters of this sort exclusively for small revolvers due to their versatility, being able to go from a pocket to the waistband.  This versatility makes these sorts of holsters an ideal pairing with a deep concealment gun for use during beach vacations or... Continue Reading →

A Realistic Approach to Battle Kit

The focus of this blog is the use of the handgun as a personal-protection tool against unexpected criminal assault.  With that said, I believe all citizens should be well-armed with the ability to be a combatant, thus the true intention of the Second Amendment.  However, I think too many people in the firearms culture have... Continue Reading →

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