The Home Defense Bag

Continuing on the theme of different bags and packs for preparedness I now seek to finish this discussion with the analysis of a final pack that is of great importance and likely of value to most, even if you have never before considered it: here I wish to point out the utility of a home... Continue Reading →

Preparedness Bags: A Simplified Solution

Preppers have a thing for bags: bug-out bags, get-home bags, go-bags, and every variation thereof.  If you are into preparedness, which is likely if you are reading this blog, then you are probably swimming in a sea of bags.  The “bug-out bag” gets the most press and usually involves a backpack with everything needed for... Continue Reading →

Review of the Vertx Clutch Runner’s Belt

My hunt for concealment solutions never ends.  I find deep concealment solutions particularly difficult to formulate, as most people probably do.  For the past several years my deep concealment solution has revolved around a Ruger LCR revolver in some kind of belly band.  Typical bands can be problematic, and the newer generation of belly bands... Continue Reading →

Shooting Platform Part V: Single Hand Shooting

The modern technique of shooting the handgun relies on using both hands, but the ability to shoot well with a single hand only, and certainly either hand only, is a fundamental skill of the accomplished handgunner.  Many shooters change their stance when shooting with a single hand, generally putting the firing-side leg forward of the... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Concealed Carry Class by Tom Givens

Among firearms training enthusiasts Tom Givens needs no introduction.  One of the most experienced trainers in the industry, Givens has written a few things along the way.  His latest iteration of work is the book Concealed Carry Class:  The ABCs of Self-Defense Tools and Tactics, and I just finished reading it.  It appears that Givens... Continue Reading →

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