I am not much of a runner; most of my aerobics exercise is done on stationary bikes or elliptical machines. Yeah, pretty lame, I know. High impact activity is no friend of my knees. However, during the beer flu lockdown I have been doing more running than usual. My kids ride their bikes and I... Continue Reading →
There are numerous works available that explore the many facets of criminality and the topic of criminal psychology is particularly popular. However, most books that analyze this dark niche of human behavior tend to focus on the many environmental factors that play into the development of the monsters that walk among us. Inside the Criminal... Continue Reading →
I was on the CCX2 show again and we had an entertaining, and occasionally informational, discussion on current events. We also delve into the ammo shortage, dry fire training, building mindset, carrying a gun while exercising, self-defense during riots, and a lot more. You can check it out here.
This is probably the longest single period of my adult life in which I have not fired a single round. It has been almost six months. Due to Covid, the shutting of ranges, and my own wish to avoid exposure in public places, I have not had the opportunity to shoot. Therefore, my only handgun... Continue Reading →
This might be akin to asking “what is the meaning of life?” I have tackled this subject numerous times in my writing in the past. The bottom line is, most of the time a revolver will get the armed citizen out of a jam. There is no denying that. However, I reiterate, most of the... Continue Reading →
Pocket carry is quite popular and has a number of substantial advantages: Notably, you can pre-emptively acquire a grip on the gun and look like a dude that just has his hand in his pocket. If you practice sufficiently, the draw is very fast if the grip is already established. The other benefit is that... Continue Reading →
I am a life-long multi tool junkie and I came to the conclusion long ago that a multi tool is an essential element of preparedness. If you don’t carry one on your person you should at least have one in your go bag. As a teenager I acquired the original Leatherman. I have owned some... Continue Reading →
I was a guest on the CCX2 show again and we had an excellent discussion on lethal force related to civil unrest and riots, as well as a good discussion on alternate forms of carry while exercising, and a number of other topics. If interested, check it out Here.
I have made the argument in the past that speedloaders somewhat defeat the purpose of small-frame revolvers as they prove bulky to carry and the small revolver is a gun for use when the highest of discretion and concealment is required. The more I continue to use both reloading devices the more my experience solidifies... Continue Reading →
When we discuss what is “practical” in the gun community we may as well be discussing beauty. Certainly, practicality is often only determined in the eye of the beholder. However, if we try to be pragmatic, we can come up with some generalizations. For example, carrying an equivalent tool that is less weight would certainly... Continue Reading →