Today, Riley and Matthew discuss the recent change ConcealedCarry.com made to the 4 Firearm Safety Rules as taught in our classes. The intent is to bring the rules into with modern-day curriculum and practices both on the square range…and on the streets. Do you agree or disagree with these tweaks to the rules? If […]
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This, in my opinion, is the best SHOP Talk Riley has done. This one is filled with so many gold nuggets to help you out it’s hard to explain. I’ll do my best, though. In this episode, it’s all about recoil management. Trust me, this will help you get better at shooting. He actually breaks […]
Sights. Everyone knows you need them, and not all were created equal. Not only that but if you’re like me, a fan of M&P pistols, after market sights may be a necessity. While I many of the features of the Smith and Wesson M&P series of pistols, I am NOT a fan of their […]
You’ve no doubt seen the coverage of the California gun confiscation. The dude who lived there had over 1,000 guns and apparently piles and piles of ammunition. This has raised a lot of questions and concerns about how much guns and ammo should one person have so I decided I’d attempt to answer it. Before […]
One of the first warnings I give to new concealed carriers is that they should be prepared to be less comfortable than when unarmed. It quickly becomes apparent that carrying a gun for self-defense is a bit of a hassle. But some people are surprised. Few people carry concealed consistently, because after a while the […]
While there isn’t much info out there on this new, nameless prototype, it is currently slated to have a threaded barrel, the option to install a red dot sight, and will have an accessory rail for that flashlight or laser.