Several weeks ago, the credit service Intuit (the maker of Turbo Tax and QuickBooks) stopped processing credit card payments for gun related purchases. Without any warning, small businesses dealing with firearms found themselves in the hole as Intuit credited back payments for services already rendered. One business affected was Gunsite Academy, a company in Paulden, […]
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Stance. Grip. Sight alignment. Sight picture. Breath. Trigger press. Follow through. These are the seven fundamentals that every competent shooter applies, even if they don’t call them by those labels. There is plenty of information around about developing skills for six of the fundamentals. But where concealed carry is concerned, breath is often ignored. That’s […]
Here we are again with another Inside the Waistband (IWB), all-Kydex holster review. This time it is a holster from the well-known company, Tulster. In addition to the holster, I’m reviewing their new Echo Mag carrier as well. Holster Overview: There isn’t a tremendous amount of difference from a Kydex holster made by one company compared […]
If you are traveling through states that otherwise don’t honor your permit(s) then you can either attempt to research and follow that state’s law relative to the transporting and vehicle possession of a firearm or you can just follow the requirements of 926A which you know protect you anywhere.
The anti-gun crowd is really going to hate this. The FBI is really hard to argue with whenever they release information at the middle levels. A report was just released saying that out of the 50 active shooter incidents for the study, four of them were stopped by a good guy with a gun. Of […]
First of all, I feel it prudent to say that I’ve never once received a phone call to participate in a gun or “gun violence” survey in my entire life. Also, I’ve worked for the gun industry for long enough to know a few people and none of them have ever participated in one, either. […]