The Making Of A Custom Holster

by Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Almost all of the holsters I use both for concealed carry and competition are completely customized to me by my friend and sponsor, Jon Hauptman of PHLster. While many custom holster makers do their work remotely using molds or their own firearms that match the customer’s models, mine are made for me in person so ...

Surplus Saturday: SMLE Lee Enfield

by Thursday, August 25, 2016

  The Short, Magazine Lee Enfield (SMLE) was already being produced by the time World War I began. This faster-shooting bolt action rifle is one of the tools that helped the allies win that war with its reliability, fast action and precision. They were up on the front lines often, as they worked their way through ...

Pellet Gun Lives Matter, Too: A Safety Guide

by Wednesday, August 24, 2016

A recent tragedy on an Iowa shooting range is the most recent of many reminders that pellet guns are indeed—guns.

The facility is for law enforcement only. The grandfather who was present at the time isn’t an employee of the local police department, however he surely has some sort of LE connections to have been there. With him was his 12-year old grandson, who was killed by a single shot, fired from a pellet gun in the granddad’s possession.

How To Find Like Minded Ladies To Shoot With

by Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Shooting With the Girls When I started shooting almost ten years ago, women were more of a rarity on the range, especially women who came to shoot more than a time or two. Fortunately, there’s been an explosion of women interested in the firearms world and it’s gotten much easier to find like-minded ladies who want ...