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
"I am a man of simple tastes..."
I finally made it to the range this week. This is the first time I've been for the sole purpose of practice in... let's just say a while. First thing I did was the Press Check "No Fail Shot", as it is designed to be shot cold. From 25 yards, draw and fire 1 shot … Continue reading Range Day and Testing the New Carry Piece
First, we need to agree upon terms. These are what these terms mean, and how they will be used for the rest of the post. Kinetic Energy = (1/2)*mass*velocity², and is measured in foot-pounds. (a grain is 1/7000th of a pound) Momentum = Mass*velocity, and is measured in pound-mass-feet per second Knockdown Power = Fantasy, … Continue reading Kinetic Energy, Momentum, & Knockdown Power
I guess this is technically an extension of my "What Gun Should I Buy" series, though this isn't actually about a gun. That doesn't mean that holster selection is any less important. In fact, there is a good argument to be made that holster selection is more important than gun selection. For reference, read this story. … Continue reading Don’t Buy Cheap Holsters
The final thing you should bear in mind when searching for your first gun.
In Extremis, adverb, meaning: 'at the point of death' [UPDATE 6-8-2018: He had serious mental issues, like severe schizophrenic paranoia. His YouTube channel lets you see into his mind, and it's pretty revealing. The guy honestly thought that there were demons and aliens everywhere around him, and that they were attacking him. I honestly feel … Continue reading ‘In Extremis’
This article is related to last week's article, though not necessarily a follow-on. I consider my EDC to be a relatively minimalist setup, compared to most people who carry a gun. My personal philosophy is "as much as possible, with as little as possible", and I try to apply that to everything in my life, … Continue reading My Every Day Carry