Recently my sister approached me and asked me what I thought about her getting her concealed carry permit. Naturally I told her it was a […]
I always wanted a rifle chambered in 308 Win. for long distance shooting up to 800 yards. Most precision rifles I looked at were out […]
BUT FIRST, CHECK YOUR PRECONCEIVED NOTIONS AT THE DOOR. For most of my life, my only exposure to firearms was negative: friends and family members […]
My experience in concealed carrying firearms has taught me that not one gun fits all. Just as we all don’t wear the same shoes, what […]
From contributing blogger – JJ Pewers http://jjpewers.blogspot.com Rule Two – the obvious rule When discussing the firearm safety rules, one of the most basic principles […]
There’s nothing like buying your very first handgun for conceal carry. A close friend and I were just reminiscing about when we first became proud […]
Introducing a new contributor to the blog, Ray Alan Price. and I want to invite all new and existing gun owners to this blog where I will provide helpful tips and safe handling advice for first time gun owners. I will also share my experiences in gun ownership. I have been safely shooting recreationally for over a decade. I have been on my high school’s rifle team where I learned the basics and fundamentals of shooting.
The Christmas episode. Can’t beleive I put a show out for Christmas. But then how else could I talk to you. Thank you listening. Hope you are well. Revolvers vs Pistols, shoutouts, new products, Hope, John Farnam’s Quips, Dr. Seuss, and a casting call.
Security professional P.D. Sutton comments about the practice, and profession of security today based on past examples of what happened in in Canada and Washington, DC.
The truth is that this smart gun technology is not new. It has not been used because it is unsafe. It is not safe to use a firearm that does not have the 100% probability of working when you need it.