Revolver Reliability Is Over-exaggerated

One of the daily discussions that’s had is comparing the reliability of revolvers to the reliability of semi-autos. Without any evidence being provided this conversation usually ends with: “Yeah, revolvers are more reliable.” This isn’t supported with any kind of evidence, just anecdotal claims from the days of old.

It is my opinion, based on everything I have seen, that modern quality semi-autos are just as reliable, if not more reliable than revolvers. 

Making Change: Hold My Guns

Unfortunately, not many people are taking that energy to find things that could actually make a difference. So, when I hear about organizations trying to make a difference like “Hold My Guns” it makes me happy. Instead of diving into the divisive politics and heating the political debates up even more, we have people that are trying to make a difference without stripping everyone of their natural rights.

To Carry Or Not To Carry

To Carry Or Not To Carry If this question is ever asked, the answer should always be “to carry”. Obviously if you decide not to for employment reasons, no ones going to pass judgement on you. If you decided to carry regardless of that, awesome! Remember there’s an indisputable fact that wrecks any “Eh, I’m

Dunning, Kruger, Murphy, and You

Whether those shots end up on the target, or in the wall behind them is another discussion. The point is, you will miss. The world’s best marksman miss, the world’s best trainers miss, and they all miss without the adrenaline rush that comes from having your life threatened. What does that mean?
It means you can and/or will miss; especially if you’re only shooting at paper targets in your favorite isosceles stance that was overly stressed in your basic concealed carry course to get your permit.

Flashlights, what matters?

As I said in the beginning, I’m fascinated with lights, especially with looking at the different emitters and seeing how different companies get the output that they’re getting. I think there’s a place for most lights out there and there’s a bunch out there that are well… Snake Oil. Kinda like those Gas Station Specials that claim to be 10,000 lumens while running 10 low quality LED bulbs.

Picking A Defensive Pistol

Picking A Defensive Pistol Every media personality and writer has their opinion on what handgun is the best for concealed carry or general defensive purposes. Truth be told, you have excellent options and bad options with there being little between those two. A while ago I published the sections of my First Time Buyer’s Guide

The Bystander Effect and Concealed Carry

The Bystander Effect and Concealed Carry “The bystander effect of bystander apathy, is a social psychological claim that individuals are less likely to offer help to a victim when other people are present. The greater number of bystanders, the less likely it is that one of them will help.” This effect was “discovered” and named

The Best Holster for Concealed Carry…

The Best Holster for Concealed Carry… Once a person get’s their first handgun, their first question is almost always: “What holster is the best to conceal this gun with?” Immediately after hundreds of people flock to the comments section giving their opinion. They don’t give any reasoning (most the time), they just tag the company,

Pocket Carry; Some Pointers

1. Back Pockets: Just don’t. Backpocket carry is on the list of “Worst Possible Ideas” when it comes to carrying a firearm.

Backpockets don’t have the same security as front pockets, I don’t think this is disputable. Their inability to stay closed at all times is why wallets get lost. This issue becomes even more of a problem when one starts to get active. Past the lack of “retention” if you will, your draw is going to be significantly slower than if the gun were in your front pocket. To add insult to injury, have fun getting to it while in a seated position.

Self Defense Insurance?

Contrary to what people say on the internet, you can’t plea the 2nd Amendment to get out of criminal charges for injuring/killing another individual; even if it was in self defense. Beyond that, as well as you may know your state’s laws, you do not know or fully understand how all the bylaws, statutes, and case law can affect your case. And unless you’re an attorney, you won’t understand how they can affect you.

The statutes, bylaws, and the case law are all written in legalese or lawyer speak. These things can say one thing, but actually mean something entirely different; basically the equivalent of your girlfriend telling you to have fun with the boys.