Archive for October, 2019:

Defending the 2nd

We have seen our 2nd Amendment rights fall under attack in recent years.  The rationales vary from No One NEEDS an Assault Rifle, which is an often used but rarely defined term. We Don’t Need Military Style Arms on Our Streets, in truth most modern firearms were at some point derived from military use but the current military arms are not what we see at the range.  We Need to Prevent Mass Shootings Like In Schools, according to Crime Prevention Research Center, 90% of all mass shootings between Jan 1998 and Dev 2015 occurred in “gun free zones”.  These are the places where a Read More >>

Adjustable Trigger – Is It Really Worth the Additional Money

Shooters, especially professional ones, are always thinking of ways to improve their guns and make them easier to use, and more effective. There are plenty of accessories that can be used to help you feel more comfortable, safe, and have better coordination when shooting. One of the bigger upgrades is the adjustable trigger, which can easily enhance your gun and turn you into a better shooter. There are many triggers that you can use, whether you choose one for AR-15 rifles or other types of guns. With a rifle trigger such as Rise Armament AR-15 RA-140 Super Sport Trigger, for instance, you Read More >>

Concealed Carry in a Coat

Lynne Finch

As winter approaches for most of us, the talk of how to conceal and access your firearm in a coat is coming up more and more.  There are a lot of options, some better than others.  There are conceal carry winter coats that have a holster built in to the system.  A simple web search will turn up lots of options.  If you prefer on body, a shorter Bomber or Letter style jacket can offer concealment and access.  Coats made for first responders often have snaps or zippers on the sides so you can open up the coat for access to hip carries firearms. Some will add a pocket holster and carry Read More >>