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2nd-Amendment

The Second Amendment

There aren’t a whole lot of things my pie hole can spew from memory. John 3:16, my kids’ birthdays, and the Second Amendment. And, if you hadn’t noticed, two out of those three are controversial to at least some degree for some people. I get goose bumples all the time whenever I stop and think, […]

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Train How You Are

I see signage everywhere at gun ranges, training academies, and in firearms forums/social media groups that say something like this: wear appropriate range attire. I wonder, though, what is proper “range attire,” and why would I want to wear it to the range if I’m not always walking around the town wearing it? Sure, there […]

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Ruger Issues Recall on Some “Ruger American” Pistols

Ruger is, no joke, one of the most-on-top-of-safety gun manufacturers out there. When other companies doubt and shrug off any issues, Ruger leads the pack with excellent customer service and a sheer willingness to take care of their customers. We got wind today (yesterday actually, but I was on vacation) that Ruger issued a recall […]

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A SWAT T fits nicely into a cargo pocket. The fastest, easiest way to carry a TQ

Got Training, Got Tourniquet, Now Where To Put It? Four Ideas For TQ Carry

Today‚Äôs concealed carriers are, at least by my observations, an increasingly sophisticated lot, expanding their skills repertoire beyond shooting to include disciplines like facility security, team tactics, and emergency medical intervention. Pursuant to that, many who carry guns, including myself, now carry tourniquets (TQs) too. With proper training on the tourniquet of your choice, your […]

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