Equipment Review: Hunter Rifleworks AR-15 HBAR Upper

Backstory Those who have read John’s article, The Case for Duplicate Guns, can well understand the advantages of having “doubles” of certain firearms available. One day earlier this year I found myself looking into my safe and realizing that I had only one “true” AR-15 carbine (gasp!). How was this possible? I thought these things […]

Another F3 Holsters Review…

A few months ago I learned of F3 Holsters when my blogging partner purchased a new OWB holster for training (you can read his review of that holster here). I was interested in a new appendix holster for my Glock 19 and considering the competitive pricing of F3 holsters, I ordered both an IWB and […]

Giddy Giddy Bang-Bang!

I am a child. Well, not really. But I sometimes act like one. Certainly a child at heart. I say this because right now I’m a little giddy. Why? Travel Tomorrow I head off to see my blog partner, John. Believe it or not, we haven’t actually SEEN each other since we trained together in […]

Umpqua Community College – Monday Morning Quarterback

The news has been hot since last week about the shooting at Umpqua Community College in Oregon. John provided some thoughts here, and I agree with everything he said.   On the rest of the web and cable news networks, there’s been the usual discussion of the murderer (notice I did not say “shooter.” I am […]

The Importance of Physical Fitness

Here on the blog, we’ve discussed choosing a concealed carry handgun, getting training, learning tactics and techniques, and maintaining situational awareness. To this point, however, we’ve only tangentially touched on physical fitness. I am NOT a fitness guru. I consider myself pretty fit, but there is still plenty of room for improvement. The purpose of […]