You may not be a supporter of firearms or gun owners. That's OK. Those folks may not be supporters of protests and flag burning. Point is, sometimes you take the punch in the gut. Just because it doesn't align with your beliefs or what you "like", doesn't mean you burn it down. There is an ebb and flow to harmony.
In my search for a new piece of "good gear", I stumbled across this little charm. I've run an EoTech for years, have used the Aimpoint in the earlier days and have played with a few other red dot sights ranging from $60-$1100. I'm very partial to the EoTech. However, after reading some reviews and …
I'm always keeping an eye out for any type of gear that is more comfortable, make things easier, gear that makes sense and gear that's functional. I came across the Urban Carry Holster on some website last year. I thought, "Now that's pretty slick". So, I bought one. They're not cheap but not too terribly expensive as far as leather holst
Today I shot my 8th, I think, USPSA match. Coming from a more tactical background it's been a little tough for me to finish at the top. Meaning...when I first started I was clearing my corners, "Pieing" around corners, re
A buddy of mine has bugged/encouraged me to start shooting in competitions for about 10 years now. Last July I finally broke and gave it a whirl. Being from a pretty tactical background, I really didn't like th
One of the best sights I have ever used is the EoTech. I ran that sucker for many years over the pond. It never failed me, as long as I kept fre