When considering a bag to transport your rifle to and from the range, you really need to consider your surroundings. When I go to Academy […]
Contributing writer Lee Dingle, is going to take a closer looks at the Evans Knife and Tool (EKT) Companion for the Black Man With A Gun Blog.
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.
How many of you conceal carry a semi-automatic handgun, or have friends or family members that do? After knowing this, have you ever wondered their […]
I have the Shooting bug. Here’s the story of my transformation. Maybe you’ve been there too. I was once an avid golfer and now I’ve traded my time on the links with time on the range. I’ve been out shooting clays; even got me an AR before someone decided it was illegal for me to buy one.
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.