CZ 75 SP-01 Tactical Vs. Beretta M9A1

Every time I look up “Beretta v CZ” I get one of two results typically. It’s either the PX4 Compact versus the P-07, or it’s the CZ 75 versus the Beretta 92 FS. The PX4 Compact v the P-07 is a good comparison, they’re both polymer compacts holding 15rds, and they’re DA/SA pistols. The 92FS versus the 75 isn’t a bad comparison either…but it’s kind of dated if you ask me.

HK VP9 Gets MIL Contract

Alright boys and girls, something happened in early December 2019 that kind of flew under everyone’s radar. The Heckler & Koch HK VP9 (or SFP9 as it’s know everywhere else in the world) got it’s first ever military contract. Who got it? Well, we’ll get to that. Prior to this new contract that HK picked up, the VP9 had only been adopted by a limited number of law enforcement agencies (predominantly German ones), and was being passed over for the M&P line or the Glock line.

We’ve Never Been Free of Tyranny

How does the eminent domain process work? Essentially, the federal, state, or local government can decide they want to build something on your land (or they want to sell it to another private entity), they send you a notice, then they send out an appraiser that they hired (with your tax money) that has a government issued license to appraise your property at “fair market value.”

Why and When You Should Trim Cat Nails

Be sure to check out the new Facebook Page! Why and When You Should Trim Cat Nails Alright, what’s a blog with “cat” in the name without some good ol’ fashion animal advice? Well, today we’re going over the oddity that is trimming cat claws. Oddly enough, I didn’t stumble upon any of the “medical”

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.

Streamlight TLR-7A Released

Streamlight TLR-7A Released Well, it looks like the Streamlight TLR-7A has been released, but it’s not on the market quite yet (give it a week). As many of you know, my biggest complaint about the TLR-7 was the controls. The light color is less than optimal in my opinion, but I’d take it over the

SCOTUS, Are You There?

Today the news broke that “The Supreme Court ruled that families of Sandy Hook can sue Remington.” This is a lie and the truth is both tragic and…well, a blessing. For those that aren’t familiar with the situation, the families affected by the Sandy Hook Shooting in 2012 began trying to sue Remington in 2015. In Connecticut Remington tried citing the¬†Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act as protection against the lawsuit.

Blue Alpha Gear Low Profile EDC Belt Review

This Blue Alpha Gear EDC belt is probably the simplest gun belt on the market. There’s no holes, there’s no complicated buckling procedure like a Formula 1 car seat, there’s just velcro and nylon. It’s cheap, low mass, sturdy, and it does it’s job.

For complete honesty, the logged hours I have with the belt on is not the total amount of time it was used. I was getting used to logging all of the data after use, so there’s definitely a lot of hours missing from the list. From the numbers I have though it’s been worn with a firearm for over 1,000 hours, and I haven’t been taking care of this thing in the slightest.