Exploring the Limitations of EDC Choices…

A few weeks ago, I managed to make two trips to the range… I shot the same drill each time with two different handguns that I commonly carry, and I thought I would discuss my experiences here in this post. The August Drill of the Month from Tom Givens’ Rangemaster Newsletter was his “Five-Second Standards.” The […]

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 […]