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!
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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Time to draw your guns! I teach a three count draw, and here’s how I do it for traditional IWB carriers.
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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.
In today’s video we put AIWB on the clock against tradition IWB.
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The short answer? Yes. I strongly believe in WML for home defense guns, because sometimes you need to make sure the thing you’re about to shoot actually needs to be shot.
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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