I carry AIWB. I have for many years. Ever since I took my first force on force class. I also carry every day, 24-7 when I can. I have been through a variety of holsters. Enough to fill large boxes. I finally found the holsters that I feel provide the best mix of comfort, concealment, … Continue reading
I had already posted my Beretta Nano review here: Beretta Nano Pocket Nine I am very happy with it, but there are a few small things that stick out in my mind about it: 1. The fact that it still hiccups occasionally on 115gr target ammo 2. The high bore axis 3. The lack of … Continue reading
I have a passion for the 357 Magnum cartridge and a similar passion for the 10mm cartridge. Being the owner of a Glock 29SF 10mm, it only made sense for me to try out a 357 Sig drop in barrel for it. There were a few offerings by Bar-Sto, Storm Lake, and Lone Wolf. Based … Continue reading
The “one shot stop” myth is the biggest fish story in firearm circles on the Internet today. There are no reliable one shot stop statistics for handgun calibers PERIOD. END OF STORY. I cringe every time I read posts like 45 ACP knocks people over, 10mm removes extremities, the 9mm hole is too small, or … Continue reading
When I wanted a small concealable revolver, I decided to pick up a Taurus 651. When I first saw the revolver in the shop, It appealed to me. It was double/single action. Had a shrouded hammer. It was lightweight, made of steel and best of all, was sub $400.00.
Leatherman makes two version of the Skeletool. The standard and the CX. The difference is the carbon fiber scales on the CX. I decided to pick up a Skeletool CX for just shy of $60.00. it was to be a utility tool for light every day use that takes up little pocket real estate and … Continue reading