TacCat’s First Time Buyer’s Guide for Handguns Below you’ll find the links for each portion of the First Time Buyer’s Guide for Handguns. Part 0: Stuff You Should Know Before Buying ——- Part 1: Handgun Actions Explained ——- Part 2: Handgun Frames Explained ——- Part 3: Handgun Calibers Explained ——- Part 4: Handgun Holsters…
Looking for a video on how to clean or takedown your new Walther CCP M2? Well you’ve come to the right place! In this article you’ll find videos for both of those things.
One of the things that I have found to be the more difficult aspect of gun ownership is figuring out if a light will fit on a particular handgun that I have. I have been misled by Amazon reviews and I honestly don’t want to modify my lights to make them fit on one specific…
This article holds a video about how to clean and lubricate the Beretta 92/M9 series of pistol and I’ve linked a video on how to field strip and reassemble the pistol that I did as well.
What is the National Firearms Act of 1934? If you’re new to the gun world or even just getting involved, you may have heard the term “NFA” floating around, because of that you might be wondering what the NFA is. Well, the NFA is the acronym for the National Firearms Act of 1934. This is…
My answer for the best all around gun for a prospective buyer has changed from what it was a year ago, or even two years ago. Before both out of ignorance and an unconscious bias, I would have recommended a DA/SA pistol with a decocker or a safety depending on the user’s preference. Since then though I’ve learned quite a bit.
There’s a video inside of this post. In the video I discuss the seated dry fire practice I’ve been doing to better myself with the firearms I carry on a daily basis.
I was recently asked on Facebook about if there was a complete medical kit that I would recommend for serious use. Honestly, a lot of the ones I have seen are overly expensive, or they come with gear that isn’t suited for the tasks they’re “designed” for (such as RATS tourniquets). There’s also a difference in medical kits. You have your “first-aid kits” which are designed for non-serious injuries. Minor burns, scrapes, headaches, etc. Stuff that your 4 year old child can take care of.
Above arguments aside, there’s a lot of reasons why carry permits aren’t reasonable. LOTS of reasons.
The initial one we’ll talk about is abuse of power. You have a lot of sheriff’s offices, police departments, etc. that absolutely do not approve carry permits for anyone that isn’t a cop, connected to a cop, or connected to a politician in some way. This turns it into the haves versus the have nots. That isn’t how rights are supposed to work.
To add insult to injury, not all states allow you to go to a friendlier jurisdiction to complete the application for getting your carry permit. Therefore, how far a person can exercise their inalienable rights can be determined by some fat ass sheriff who probably drives home drunk.
The most common argument I hear against AIWB is that it’s not “comfortable”.
Reflecting back to when I first started carrying strong side IWB, it wasn’t particularly comfortable either.