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 […]

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 […]

Some Thoughts on Holstering a Pistol…

Recently, Robert was kind enough to send me a spare copy of John Farnam’s “The Farnam Method of Defensive Handgunning.” While skimming through it, I was surprised to see a photo with a caption describing holstering the pistol without looking at the holster. Apparently, at least in the book (2005), Farnam advises to keep one’s […]

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 Other Strong Hand

Readers of this blog are most likely familiar with the term “the other strong hand”.  Many firearms instructors use this terminology (Bill Rapier used this term in this class) in lieu of “weak hand”.  Words have meaning, and the idea is to use positive words (“other strong”) versus words with more of a negative tone […]