Today, Riley Bowman interviews AJ Zito of Practical Performance to discuss methods and means we can enhance and optimize our training and performance in a way that’s practical. AJ is a USPSA Master shooter, as well as a multi-division Master in IDPA. He is an active competitive shooter, firearms instructor, and custom gunsmith specializing in […]
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Matthew and Jacob discuss some of the major changes of opinion the gun industry has experienced in the last few decades. Many shooters today who first learned to shoot 10, 20, and 30 years ago bring with them ideas and techniques that have been broadly dismissed and replaced with a new best practice. We discuss […]
Riley and Matthew tackle the topic of handgun safeties. Different styles both active and passive and when and how to leverage them appropriately. Based on several submitted questions by listeners this topic is important both for the novice and experienced CCWer!
I carry a handgun daily for personal defense, as I am sure many of you do, as well. Our reasons for making the decision to carry are as varied as the decisions on what firearm to carry. Some prefer polymer framed handguns, while others are comfortable with small framed revolvers. My personal preference lies […]
John Moses Browning famously crafted the handgun we know as the 1911. Did you know he’s also the mastermind of the cartridge most carried by civilians, if we consider carry as a global activity? That’s right, the .380 ACP is a Browning creation. But only recently have these products merged. The Browning Medallion Pro 1911 […]
I think I’m one of the few people on the ConcealedCarry.com team who carries a 1911 on a semi-regular basis. It’s not a problem and I know the other guys own 1911s, but I’m one of the few folks who will trust my life to one on a regular basis. There is just something about […]