Break Contact Guns

When analyzing the role of the small, deep concealment gun I consider it a tool that is a last resort in forcing a “break in contact” with the criminal entity.  I have heard Claude Werner use this term when he refers to the mission of the armed citizen, which is to “force a break in... Continue Reading →

The Mailbox Gun

The defensive firearms community has paid some lip service to the “run to the store gun” or “grab a gallon of milk gun” gun, but the issue I take with that is going to such places is by no means low on the risk profile.  There is a reason that gas stations are called “stop... Continue Reading →

The 5 Star Speedloader for the Ruger LCR

Since it’s inception I have far preferred the Ruger LCR over the ubiquitous Smith and Wesson J Frame variants.  The LCR has an excellent trigger out of the box.  The J frame has an atrocious trigger out of the box, and even after extensive work it usually remains only mediocre.  The J Frame, however, is... Continue Reading →

Ruger LCR vs SP101: Clash of the Tiny Titans

I am outspoken in my love for small-frame revolvers, even though I am not necessarily a revolver “enthusiast.”  What I mean is, I would never carry a revolver over a double-stack auto loader if not restricted due to dress or circumstance.  Since I live according to reality, I occasionally need deep concealment, and I have... Continue Reading →

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