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GEAR REVIEW: R. Grizzle Leather GS2 OWB Holster Review

Where's my leather holster fans out there? Check out our latest review from one of the top custom leather holster makers, R. Grizzle Leather. Watch our in depth review of the R. Grizzle Leather GS2 (Georgia Snap 2) OWB leather holster for a 3" Ruger SP101. … [Read more...]

Is the 1911 the Perfect Carry Gun?

The 1911 has been around a very long time. Many people have shied away from them for a few reasons. They are expensive, their ammunition is expensive, they have a manual safety that takes lots of training to become muscle memory, and some of them have reliability issues. What about the good? They are SLIM! They are very, very, very accurate. Most people shoot them better than any other platform. They look classy, and sharp. They are iconic to American history. They are chambered (most often) … [Read more...]

Striker Fired Guns or Traditional Double Actions for Concealed Carry?

Striker Fired versus Double Action

Glock took the American market by storm with the introduction of the Glock 17. Why? Two reasons: 1. Ease of use 2. Reliability Smith and Wesson, who had a very strong presence in the law enforcement market, made extremely reliable semi-automatics. There was nothing “wrong” with them per se, but when Glock introduced the striker fired system, it revolutionized the trend in defensive weapon selection for both law enforcement and civilians alike. Heckler and Koch, Smith & Wesson, and … [Read more...]

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