Today we will take an in-depth, independent look at two of the IWB [Inside the Waistband] concealed carry holster options from the K Tactical line up [Kydex and Leather]. We will discuss the features, pros, and cons to help you
Today we are going to cover shooting and moving at the same time. We will explain the fundamentals of shooting while moving in four directions; forward, backward, left, and right. We will discuss footwork, balance, firearm suspension, torso and leg
So, you got yourself a motorcycle, a handgun and a concealed carry permit [CCW/CFP]. Now what? Let’s talk about gun safety, accessibility, retention, practicality, usability, where to carry, how to carry, and how to maximize ergonomics when riding a motorcycle.
Here is the link for the grip tape we used in this video: https://amzn.to/2YdozMy This DIY video will show you how to make homemade Talon-style grips for your polymer frame Glock pistol out of readily-available rubberized grip tape. This simple
Here is the link for the grip tape we used in this video: https://amzn.to/2YdozMy This do it yourself video will show you how to make Talon-style grips for your polymer pocket gun out of rubberized grip tape. This will give
Today in review, we will take a closer look at the second generation Kel-Tec Sub-2000 [S2K]. This particular variant is the 9x19MM Glock G19 version, which is admittedly a very welcome addition to the S2K family. While the folding, ultralight, pistol caliber carbine [PCC] retains most of the core features that made the original so popular, Kel-Tec has made a number of improvements to the original design, including an accessory rail on the forend, an upgraded front sight and a factory threaded barrel. We will take a look at what is new, what stayed the same, and what we still would like to see in future revisions.
This is a great video that deserves some attention; a data compilation and analysis of real-world handgun shootings. It examines their effectiveness when weighed against other pistol calibers, and against rifles and shotguns.
Sometimes folks ask us why we do not include fingerprinting services like some other Utah Concealed Firearm Permit [CFP] instructors do. This article from the Salt Lake Tribune explains the response we have used for years. Poor print quality will get
In our Utah concealed carry courses, we get a large share of self-defense questions from our students. Needless to say, some can be difficult to answer with a simple yes or no. Sometimes the law uses ambiguous terminology. Other times, there
There are few things more disappointing in life than spending hundreds of dollars on a new concealed carry gun, plus hundreds more on ammo, sights, holsters, etc, just to find out that you don’t really like the gun. In this
I have always been a huge fan of the Surefire E2-Series tactical flashlights. They are rugged, reliable and simple to operate during a stressful situation. However, the older models that use incandescent bulbs have been overshadowed by the enhanced performance and energy efficiency of the newer LED versions.
It appears that the folks at Techlite take customer concerns into serious consideration. Not too long ago, Techlite released a Gen-2 Lumen Master 150-Lumen Tactical Flashlight, and more recently, a 200-Lumen version as well. Techlite addressed some major points of
With the amazing growth in the issuance of concealed carry permits throughout the United States, many new CC’ers are confronted with the daunting task of choosing a proper holster. Unfortunately, the industry has yet to develop a single holster that
As you may have heard, the FBI recently released the preliminary semi-annual crime report for Jan-June 2009. Once again, crime in America is on the decline… despite the fact that 2009 was a record year for the gun industry. Now,