For most of us the firearm sits concealed on our torso, near the waist. This creates a number of challenges when one walks into a bathroom stall and drops the pants. In this article we will explore the ins and outs of how to deal with this situation safely and tactically.
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In two unrelated incidents last month in Colorado, two children died from accidental self-inflicted gunshot wounds. Police charged all four parents with various criminal offenses. Three of the four parents turned themselves over to police, but as of April 29th, one parent is still on the run. Two children unintentionally shoot themselves — The first […]
Riley Bowman and Jacob Paulsen with you our current approach to conducting dry fire practice SAFELY! Dry fire practice is important, it helps develop skill, but it should never come at the cost of injuring oneself or another person. There are simple things we can do to ensure a mistake is never made. We […]
If you installed an Apex Tactical Glock Slim Frame Action Enhancement Kit, you want to read on to find out if this mandatory recall affects your trigger kit. Below is the notification from Apex Tactical: Apex Tactical Mandatory Recall — Apex Tactical Specialties announces a mandatory recall of a limited number of Apex Action Enhancement Kits for […]
For those of you who own one of the popular SR22 pistols from Ruger, please read this bulletin to see if your gun is affected by this potentially dangerous issue. Ruger SR22 Safety Notice — The following is directly from Ruger’s Recall and Safety Announcements page: In rare instances, if the left and right frame […]
I want to answer two questions. First, why is an inert gun better than a cleared gun for dry fire practice? And secondly, what tools can you use to make sure your gun is not only clear, but that it’s impossible to make a mistake and unintentionally shoot a round in dry fire? The best […]