Should you carry a handheld light (HHL) or weapon-mounted light (WML)? The answer is surprisingly simple-get both. Each light has a place and purpose. Using one type of light when the other is appropriate can be very dangerous. If you want to continue reading, I’m happy to explain the justification behind my recommendation. Basic Requirements […]
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Today, Riley Bowman and Jacob Paulsen discuss priorities…priorities in gear, priorities in training. Should you carry that spare mag? Or should you carry a tourniquet? Should you invest in a “better” gun? Or should you take that 2-day shooting class coming to your local area? All great things to consider, so TUNE IN!!!
You may be surprised by what you find inside your flashlight when it is time to replace the batteries. Chances are, you won’t pull out the well-known 1.5 volt AA, AAA, or D cell batteries. Instead, you will likely find a short, thick battery labeled 123, CR123, or CR123A. I hope to clear up the […]
I’ve been on the receiving end of a lot of different weapon mounted lights as of late, and I figured it has been a while since we’ve covered anything on this topic and that it might be a good idea to talk about it. Let’s go over some considerations for a weapon mounted light, if […]
I think it’s safe to say that most of us have the EDC gun thing down pat. I think that if you’re here reading this blog that chances are great you don’t need me to tell you that you should be carrying a gun on your person for self-defense. But, what if there were other […]
Today we host Rich Brown, of The American Warrior Society and discuss a recent article he published about 10 core Tips to Carrying Concealed. Don’t be deceived by the title, there are some great and critical insights hidden in the dialogue!