Instead I want to present the criteria you should be considering, and then you can take these considerations and find what fits you best. Let’s break down the considerations into four major topics: manufacturer, caliber, size and weight, and function.
Author Archive | Matthew Maruster
I am speaking about some women shooters, the elderly, and those with less hand strength due to arthritis, a physical injury or disability. For that reason, I wanted to address this important group of people who often get overloed.
Gun-control is an extremely polarizing topic. My approach to the debate has always been with facts and logic. A recent article titled ‘Knife attack makes case for gun restrictions’ caught my attention. It analyzes a recent mass killing event at a school in Japan where 17 were wounded and 2 died. The author compares this […]
Lots of everyday concealed carriers carry spare magazines, and there are many good reasons to do so. Your favorite holster manufacturers may incorporate a magazine carrier, sometimes referred to as a ‘sidecar’ into the holster. Typically these are designed for appendix, inside the waistband (AIWB) carry. Carrying like this is pretty comfortable and accessing a […]
SIG P320 XCompact Review — Several years back, Sig Sauer released the P320, and it received high praise. The gun had a nice ‘out of the box’ trigger and it was part of a fire control unit (FCU) that was able to be placed into a P320 of any caliber. Sig had various sized grip […]
Owning, storing, or carrying a firearm can be so complex and contradictory that often times, gun owners unintentionally violate laws that carry harsh implications. Take for instance the recent New Jersey Magazine capacity law that turned thousands of New Jerseyans into felons overnight. State and federal laws are also often at odds and these cases […]