Let's face it, if your not in shape it hinders you. If you conceal carry, are looking to get your conceal carry permit or even "SHTF", you better get your ass in shape! As Tim Kennedy says "Be hard to kill". Being agile and somehwat athletic means you have options. Options in a self defense situation. If you are prepping for SHTF, well hell you better be getting in shape. McDonalds won't be around when SHTF hits, so better get ready now! But what does "getting in shape" mean?
This is a loaded question (pun intended). When someone asks me what is the best pistol to purchase, particularly for their first pistol, a lot of thought goes into an answer. My first pistol I purchased was a Taurus PT92. I think I watched the Lethal Weapon movie franchise like 100x as a teenager. I idolized Martin Riggs. A no nonsense dude who was in the business of getting shit done. What is not to like? He used a Beretta 92. But when money comes into things and with Taurus
What is the best Glock upgrade? I have a few Glocks and they are all model 19 (9mm). I love the Glock 19. I also love upgrading my Glock 19's. Who wouldn't? The Glock 19 in my opinion is one of the most versatile pistols to own. Don't get me wrong, I love my 1911, but as a go to gun the Glock 19 works for me best. Glocks are easy to upgrade and modify and holster manufactures have a gazillion options for Glock pistols. Maybe it is the simplicity, durability or accuracy. I jus
So you decided you want to conceal carry a gun for your protection. Congratulations. But how do you get started? This article will help supplement your research on concealed carry. Before we get started let's discuss safety. There are four main rules for gun safety. They are: Always treat every firearm as though it is loaded, always keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction, keep your finger outside the trigger guard until ready to shoot and always be sure of your target an
Is Appendix Carry (AIWB) Dangerous? Does Concealed Carry Appendix Carry (AIWB) Work? Why do people Appendix Carry? "If you Appendix Carry you will shoot your wiener off!". I have heard it all. It is like a bad word to so many. It brings our the claws in some circles when discussing concealed carry. These same people will look at something like the Urban Carry Holster, which does not have a rigged shell around the trigger guard like kydex, and praise it. Subtle leather allows
I have heard a lot of people talk about concealed carry. Instructors, friends, Internet gun puppets, etc. I have studied different ways to carry, the benefits and negatives of said ways. I have trained with different ways including appendix carry. When I first began carrying concealed I was a 3 o'clock carrier. For many purposes 3 o'clock is a great position to carry. I trained for years carrying at that position. It works. But in recent years I have moved over to appendix ca