Five Best Guns for Concealed Carry

Yes, this is a list video, and no I don’t feel bad about it. It is an honest assessment of the guns I regularly recommend for concealed carry. I actually end up recommending the Glock 19 a lot more than I recommend the P229, because people tend to balk at paying nearly $1,000 for a carry gun. But I like it.

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Getting gooder at shooting is hard: The Gabe White Standards

The other day I tried a series of drills that can serve as a benchmark for shooter skill. I did ok.

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The Gadget: A Striker Control Device for Glocks

Today we’re talking about a product I’ve been following for…seven years now? It all started, at least for me, in a hotel room in Vegas. Now, it’s a real thing that you can buy with money. It’s the Gadget. Check out Tau Development Group on Facebook.

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Concealed Carry tips: Appendix carry vs. IDPA Concealment

Today on the channel we answer questions that no one has asked: which is faster, IDPA concealment or AIWB?

I used a Blade-Tech OWB holster for the IDPA segments. As is my routine, I’m using CapArms 180 grain .40 S&W ammo.