I’d like to take a moment to introduce you to the first ever Shooter Ready Challenge. Each month we’ll be releasing these dry fire challenges that are designed to help you take your shooting proficiency to the next level one month and one challenge at a time. Let’s face it, going to the range can […]
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Today, Riley talks with Spencer Keepers of Keepers Concealment. Spencer has become known as the “Appendix Carry Guy.” His company makes arguably the best AIWB holsters on the market (some of the mos can be carried in other positions as well). But Spencer is also a really good shooter, too, having just recently earned his […]
Today, Riley talks with Jeff Gonzales, former Navy SEAL, Founder of Trident Concepts, LLC, and Director of Training at The Range at Austin. Jeff has a unique story of how he first learned how to carry a gun concealed, and he had to learn a lot of lessons the hard way. Today our goal will be to learn what sorts […]
Today, Riley and Jacob discuss a sometimes controversial subject–the concept of open carry. There are many gun owners that prefer to practice this method of carrying a gun. Are they good ambassadors? Is it a sound tactic? What’s the right approach?
Today, Riley talks with Bryan Eastridge of EDC Belt Company. Bryan is a police officer and firearms instructor. We’re going to be talking about important considerations where it comes to gear selection and setup to enhance Every Day Carry (EDC). We’ll dive into what makes his EDC Belt Company’s “Foundation Belt” work for that purpose, […]
Today, Riley and Matthew discuss the problem of overconfidence with carrying a firearm and also the secondary issue of carrying a gun without getting the proper training and mindset.