I have heard a variation of this story many, many times: “I tried every holster out there, and none had all the features I wanted. So I decided to make my own.” The number of companies making holsters sometimes makes me shrug and say, ay what are you doing that this other company isn’t? But […]
Laser attachments are often a selling point for a new gun, as well as a pricey add-on that many people choose. Is a laser really superior to traditional sights including night sights? In general, I don’t think so. However, there are occasions and people for whom a laser is beneficial. There are also some caveats […]
New to the world of firearm ownership? This article will give you a place to start when buying a gun for the first time.
How would you like to ask live questions to the guy who led the P365 project over at SIG? If you’re a member of Guardian Nation you’ll have the opportunity to do just that this Thursday, November 29th at 7 MST (9pm Eastern, 8pm Central, 6pm Pacific). One thing that all attendees is having the […]
I’m going to make a prediction. Much in the same way that some cities have become a safe-haven for illegal immigrants, some cities and towns will be enacting a sort of “Second Amendment Sanctuary City” status. After all, if you’re reading this humble website I can bet that we likely agree on one thing: Gun […]
Surviving a Mass Killer Rampage: a treasure trove of insights on the news and training Native Briton, naturalized American, and former law enforcement officer Chris Bird has compiled a bo that deserves attention than it gets. Surviving a Mass Killer Rampage was released in 2016. Reading it for the first time, I realized that […]