"The only real mistake is the one from which we learn nothing" -Henry Ford
Whiskey that doesn't taste good is like a gun that won't shoot: completely worthless.
What would one gun that is the best option for all situations even look like?
This is an exploration of an idea brought up by this article here. I suggest you read it, it's useful and has some good tips for what might be the most dangerous spot that we all visit. My article is about why I believe gas stations are so dangerous. I agree that gas stations are … Continue reading The American Watering Hole
The biggest competition I've ever attended is coming up quick, and I'm terrified. Terrified might be an overstatement, but I'm not at all comfortable with the way things look right now. I have not been shooting as much as I'd like (that's been the case for the last 6 years), I've been slacking on hitting … Continue reading Desert Brutality 2019 Update
My ideal practical rifle is a spin-off of a modernized version of Col. Cooper's classic 'Scout Rifle'. A What? For what that means in detail (and see where the cover photo came from), check out this video: https://youtu.be/-x7N8hLI2yM?t=1m38s For what that means simply: A lightweight bolt or lever gun, with red dot or low power … Continue reading My Ideal Practical Rifle
On this first day of the new year, most people are making resolutions and setting goals for themselves for the future. In that same vein, I want to share a post from a blog that I frequent. This particular post has to do with one's future actions. Not necessarily ones that will happen in the … Continue reading Hard Lessons: LE, Self Reliance and Dying Well
The .300BLK started life as the proprietary ".300 Whisper" when Kevin was still in charge of AAC. He was primarily responsible for taking this wildcat cartridge and getting it SAAMI approved. This is no small task, and is the reason why it is now a ridiculously successful cartridge by all standards. His new company, Q, … Continue reading .300 BLK, 8.6 Creedmoor, and Kevin Brittingham
I know what you're thinking, and rightfully so. "Who is this Kevin guy, and why do I care?" Hang tight, and let me learn you. This started before I really got into guns, so some of this info is from what I've scavenged and remember hearing here & there. Kevin Brittingham started a little company called … Continue reading The Ballad of Kevin Brittingham
I got a holster for my Ruger LCRx in .327 Federal Magnum a while back, but haven't written about it yet. I honestly hadn't carried it a whole lot and didn't have much opinion formed about it until recently, but now I feel confident to speak on it. But, this post isn't about the gun, … Continue reading HAWG Holster Review