Today, Riley and Matthew discuss the recent change ConcealedCarry.com made to the 4 Firearm Safety Rules as taught in our classes. The intent is to bring the rules into with modern-day curriculum and practices both on the square range…and on the streets. Do you agree or disagree with these tweaks to the rules? If […]
Articles that emphasize and teach about firearm safety rules and issues at home, when carrying, and at the range.
Anything you can do to minimize the tasks you must perform is beneficial and frees up your mind to focus on the other critical calculations and decisions that are processing through your brain at an unbelievably fast rate.
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.
The well-documented use of tourniquets on the battlefields of Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) and Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) has saved countless lives, and their use has increased in popularity in recent years especially within the firearm and first responder communities. Anyone who has the foresight to put together a medical bag for any reason probably […]
I’m not the end all (not even close) for all things firearm and concealed carry. However, I’ve been doing this for over a decade and am lucky to rub shoulders with some of the best of the best and this is one of those soap box issue articles that I’m sure I’ll regret writing at […]
Smith & Wesson issued what they’re calling a consumer safety alert for all M&P15-22 rifles and pistols manufactured before February 1, 2019. At this time, if you own one of the affected rifles manufactured before that date, please stop use and have it inspected. Smith & Wesson found two M&P15-22 firearms where the breech face […]