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You Be The Judge

I’m fairly certain that the Taurus Judge had triggered more disappointment in me than any firearm I’ve encountered in my life. No, I’m not claiming to have much trigger time with them. Several cylinders of .410 and another with .45 Colt scratched that itch for a lifetime (which is good, because the cylinder on that […]

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Home Defense On A Budget

Reid Henrichs of Valor Ridge has produced an excellent “home defense on a budget” video that I hope people take the time to watch.

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Pimpin’ The Hoard

I know I hardly ever post here anymore, but I did want to pass along a suggestion if you are interested in buying a gun online. Dennis Badurina of Dragon Leatherworks makes great custom holsters and gun belts, but he’s expanded into become an FFL as well. If you’re interested in buying a gun and […]

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Any advice on a custom kydex holster maker?

I have a Walther PPQ M2 (5″ barrel version) coming in soon that I hope to run in a number of courses. I’m looking for a Kydex OWB holster with the options of running detachable belt loops for a conventional pistol course, which can be swapped out for some sort of MOLLE attachment system, so […]

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Thoughts on militia kit

I’m going to be working on a post for Bearing Arms ( you know, the Second Amendment site that I now run for a living) on “militia kit.” The basic premise for the article is that as the Founders wanted Americans to be armed with arms and accouterments of military utility for militia use, then […]

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