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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Today I shoot a drill with an unrealistic par time for my skill level and get frustrated when I can’t make it. But I learned stuff!
Time to draw your guns! I teach a three count draw, and here’s how I do it for traditional IWB carriers.
In today’s video we put AIWB on the clock against tradition IWB.
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Do you live somewhere with actual cold weather? I do. So I decided to try and figure out what the most effective way to carry a gun in the winter time was. I maybe succeeded.
What I didn’t succeed at was having consistent audio levels.
Well, it’s the Wednesday before Thanksgiving and I felt like beating an already dead horse just a little bit harder. But in all seriousness, I get asked this question a lot: “If I can only do one shooting sport, which one should it be?”
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Today’s video we’re going over how I draw my gun. I’ve tried over the years to make this movement as simple as possible and remove unnecessary steps from my draw.
The video I reference is this one: Appendix Carry 101.