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 […]
Articles that emphasize and teach about firearm safety rules and issues at home, when carrying, and at the range.
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 […]
A dirty extractor can cause problems with casing extraction. Improperly oiled internals can wreak havoc on trigger operation. When caring for your firearm, preventive maintenance is always easier than having to do a major cleaning.
When it comes to home defense, renters, and especially those who live in an apartment, face difficulties homeowners may not need to consider. Here are some things to think about if you are considering renting, or already do and own firearms: How defendable is the place you are planning to rent? What are the strengths […]
Some safes are somewhat of a hybrid between concealment and a traditional safe. These can be mounted between studs in the wall and covered by mirrors or artwork. Or, you can use the ones that lo like
Today Riley is MIA (Missing in Action), so Jacob and Matthew decided to play while he was away by recording this episode about hosting visitors at your home or being hosted by someone else and how to handle the intricacies of those situations while being a good concealed carrier. Enjoy!