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THE COVERED LOW READY

After several decades of managing thousands of people in front of a firearm in high-stress situations, I am a big fan of a hard Low Ready position. Using that traditional Low Ready, no part of the muzzle covers anyone. The position also allows for the operational application of Rule 2 of firearms safety - "Never let the muzzle cover anything you are not willing to kill or destroy." Nobody is exempt from this. It is [...]

By |February 18th, 2022|

Shoulders And Scabbards

By |May 12th, 2016|

By Roy Huntington Sometimes it’s good to be reminded of things, and I speak from personal experience. So, at the risk of having you guys hunt me down and hit me in the head with hammers, here’s a couple of gentle reminders of things you might have forgotten about — [...]

SERPA Holsters

By |April 8th, 2016|

Four SERPA holsters, including one for the new GLOCK 43, were recently introduced by BLACKHAWK! The three other models of the SERPA holster accommodate popular military and law enforcement duty pistols. All four holsters meet the demand for carry options for slim-framed, personal protection pistols and full-size duty pistols. SERPA [...]

DeSantis Gunhide Trio

By |January 28th, 2016|

By Sammy Reese In 1972 Gene DeSantis had an idea to make a holster. Forty-three years later DeSantis holsters are carried in some of the best and worst places — to help support those in harm’s way. Gene will tell you his boys are running the business these days, but [...]

New Product Of The Day: BLACKHAWK!

By |November 11th, 2015|

Four new SERPA holsters, including one for the new GLOCK 43, were recently introduced by BLACKHAWK! The three other models of the SERPA holster accommodate popular military and law enforcement duty pistols. All four holsters meet the demand for carry options for slim-framed, personal protection pistols and full-size duty pistols. [...]

Best Gear For Your Mission

By |March 13th, 2015|

Carrying a gun for personal protection goes a lot deeper than just strapping on a gun. I look at concealed carry as more of a practical martial art. It takes more than just putting on a gi and tying on a belt to be proficient. You have to practice your [...]

My Questions — Bersa BP380 Concealed Carry

By |February 26th, 2015|

The Bersa BP380CC you see here just arrived. It’s been in my possession for about 24 hours. I haven’t fired it. I haven’t carried it. And it’s Bersa’s first polymer frame pistol in .380 (MSRP $430). I don’t like to speculate, but I think I’m going to like it. Bersa [...]

Nelson Holsters

By |February 15th, 2015|

I have no idea how it happened, but it did — I got “old-ish.” There I was sitting in my shop admiring some new holsters just delivered by the big brown truck when the words came out of my mouth — “They sure don’t make stuff like they use to.” [...]

Nate Squared Tactical

By |February 1st, 2015|

Professional Model I learned a long time ago not to criticize the cuisine until I had a taste. I’ve made some assumptions about a piece of gear just by looking at it and found I was wrong. I don’t think I need to break down the word assume to this [...]

Hard-Use Gear

By |January 5th, 2015|

Diamond D Custom Leather. When I started preparations for hunting elk and mule deer in country known to have really big bears, I knew carrying a large-caliber backup handgun was a top priority. My Hamilton Bowen 4" Model 29 loaded with heavy Buffalo Bore hardcast ammo would be my revolver. [...]

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