Adopting a New Concealed Carry Pistol…

Long time readers of this blog know of my affinity for and dedication to the Glock pistol, specifically the Glock 19. Indeed, this year marks a decade of experience carrying and training with Glocks, and I have acquired nearly a half-dozen of them over the years. My reasons for doing so are simple, and Robert […]

Boresight Solutions and Another Gunfighter’s Pistol…

A couple of years ago, I wrote a four post series on useful modifications to the Glock pistol. I can’t even tell you how many times I’ve considered deleting that series, simply because such modifications are highly subjective. I hesitate to even do gear reviews anymore, simply because of this fact. However, I still think […]

Practicing the Drawstroke….

This past week, I spent some time working on my concealed draw at the range. As I mentioned in a recent AAR, lately I’ve been practicing the draw as taught by Mike Seeklander. He teaches a one handed draw that can basically be described as drawing a large circle around the gun. The strong hand […]

Shooting the “New” (2019 version) FBI Pistol Qualification

Ten months ago I wrote an article entitled Shooting the FBI Handgun Qualification.  In that article, I outlined some reasons for shooting law enforcement—in particular the FBI—qualifications.  I also described the course of fire, which consisted of 60 rounds fired over 15 stages shot from 3 yards out to 25 yards.  The course incorporated one […]

A Gunfighter’s Gun

One of the side benefits of taking classes is the opportunity that sometimes presents itself to sample someone else’s  gear.  Students show up to classes with all sort of gear—some good, some not so good—and I have found members of the community in such venues to be very open and accommodating when it comes to […]