Some Drills Are Best Served Cold…

Last week, Robert wrote about the importance of using training drills when you go to the range. I have also been thinking about the subject, and I wanted to share my thoughts here as a follow-up to Robert’s post. For the past few months, I’ve been starting all of my live fire range sessions with […]

To Clip, or Not to Clip…

Recently, I’ve changed how I carry and conceal my EDC flashlight, and I thought I might explain how and why. When I first purchased my Streamlight ProTac 1L, I really liked that it was small enough that it virtually disappeared when clipped in my pocket and didn’t interfere with my overall EDC system. I carry […]

Equipment Review: New Holsters for the RM380!

As I promised in this post, I am posting an update regarding my RM380 and holster selections. The little gun is still performing well for what it is, and I recommend it to anyone looking for a small .380 for concealed carry. While I am more often than not carrying a G19, there are occasions […]

The 2018 Great American Outdoor Show

This past weekend, I had the opportunity to visit the NRA Great American Outdoor Show held at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex. As I’ve written about here on the blog in past years, the show is a sprawling collection of multiple exhibit halls and arenas. Covering firearms, archery, hunting, fishing, boating, and outdoor living and […]

Back to Basics: “Get a Grip!”

One of my consistent goals of late has been to focus on my pistol fundamentals, and become as good as I can with the weapon that I’m most likely to have on hand in an armed encounter. To that end, I usually attempt to get to the range at least once a week, dry fire […]

Old School for the New Year

With the constant goal of shooting better in mind, I decided to go somewhat old school for the new year. To start with, I’m breaking a couple of oldies but goodies out of the safe. First, as I type this, my original Glock, a Gen3 G19, is en route to Boresight Solutions for a grip […]