Riley Bowman and Jacob Paulsen tackle a very valid question: what are the best practices for defending oneself or one’s campsite, tent, RV, etc. when out enjoying the great outdoors? How can we limit our risk from both human and animal threats?
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The gun industry is booming right now across the board. And, while it’s kind of a pain in the you know what because nobody can find ammo right now, this is a good thing. Let’s take a deeper lo into this whole thing as we can offer a bit of a different perspective since we’re […]
There are a few topics that can really get people heated and cause arguments. One of those topics is if it’s a good idea to fire warning shots, and another is if you should carry with a round in the chamber or not. Just so we’re absolutely clear we take the stance that warning shots […]
If you’re anything like me, chances are good that you’re on YouTube a lot. I HATE YouTube, don’t get me wrong. Let me re-word that so you understand me, I despise YouTube because they are unfair in their algorithms toward gun content creators. I’ve experienced this firsthand. Yet, there are some channels on that platform […]
Can you get a good holster for $25? Before I answer that, we need to understand that when I evaluate a product, there are both subjective and objective qualities that I am loing at. Over the last 4 or 5 years of reviewing holsters, I have gotten pickier with what I feel are holster “must-haves”. […]
Don’t let the title of this article fool you, I actually enjoy carrying in an OWB (outside the waistband) holster. It’s just that there are some drawbacks to consider for a new concealed carrier. These are things that must be taken into account. Every method of carrying (yes, even appendix, though they’d to tell […]