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 […]

2017: Looking Back

As I have done each year since the blog’s inception, I thought it worthwhile to revisit my goals for 2017 to see what I did, what goals were met, and how I (hopefully) improved. Formal Training I ended up taking 7 courses in 2017, six of which were one-day affairs (one was a two-day class).  […]

Kids and Guns…

Recently, Melody Lauer of Citizens Defense Research posted an excellent and sobering blog article on kids and gun safety. She conducted an informal experiment with her own children and toy guns, and recorded the results of leaving the toy guns unsecured in her children’s play areas. You should go read it. The article spurred my […]

Useful Shotgun Modifications

I am by no means an expert on the shotgun.  To date, I have sat in on part of Tom Givens’ shotgun seminar at The Rangemaster Tactical Conference and also completed a one-day shotgun class with OnSight Firearms Training.  Beyond that, my experience with the shotgun has been through the occasional trip to the range […]