Ruger Expands the Popular Line of Lightweight Compact Revolvers with the Addition of the 9mm LCR Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. (NYSE-RGR) announces the introduction of the 9mm LCR®, the newest variation of the revolutionary Lightweight Compact Revolver (LCR). “Since…
Ruger GP100 in .357 Magnum, wood stocks, Galco Summer Comfort IWB holster. A self defense combo that’s been around for 30 years, and works just as well today as it did in the 1985.
I like to fix speedloaders the same way I fix broken magazines.
I really like this photo by Shelley Rae. You can see individual rain drops as well as each case falling to the ground on the reload. And yes, my hat does have my name on the side of it.
If you read this space regularly, you have probably deduced that I have a special sort of hatred for people who offer bad advice on self defense. Doesn’t matter much to me whether it’s some ridiculous gunstore lawyer telling people they…
The following was provided to me by an anonymous source, and has since then been posted on the Area 6 FB page as well as other forums. USPSA’s accountant resigned from USPSA, with an effective final day of September 30th…
At the 2014 IDPA Nationals, I did more reloads on the move than I had done at every single IDPA national match before that combined. This despite reloads on the move being generally illegal, except for one caveat: if you run dry in the open. Revolvers run dry in the open a lot, it seems.
We all know what the 4 Rules say. Rule 3: Keep your finger off the trigger until your sights are on the target. In the photo above, my sights aren’t on the target in a way that I could verify. But my muzzle is in a safe direction, and I’m sure of what’s beyond my target. I’m willing to subject myself to the Internet Safety Nazis in order to have a conversation: when is it too early to get on the trigger?
Having iMovie makes me giddy with power.
These circles are where the stage Safety Officers would stand to monitor your usage of cover on their stages. This only happened on one bay.
I do not think very highly of this practice.
I love how the cylinder discoloration looks on the GP100 when I shoot it a bunch.