Take a trip to your local sporting good store, and you’ll see shelves stacked with various calibers of ammunition. With all of the different sizes of ammo, it can be a daunting task to select the best caliber for concealed carry.
In an age where overkill is underrated the number of pistol magazines you should have is often a point of discussion. So, how many pistol magazines should you have? More importantly, how many should you carry?
When it comes to concealed carry, there are generally only two schools of thought about carrying an extra magazine. One side is against carrying a spare mag, while the other vehemently opposes the idea of carrying a concealed handgun without one. So should you be carrying an extra magazine?
If you spend any time at all drawing from your holster on the shooting range, you know how important it is to have a properly fitted holster. Sometimes, holsters work like a dream straight out of the box. But, other times you’ll need to make a few tweaks to get the right retention.
There are subtleties to every shooters approach, some have honed their craft and excel in the world of competition shooting. However, many are still trying to figure out what works for them on the shooting range. One common question is whether you should close an eye when you shoot?
Having arrived on this page, I think it's safe to assume you need clear cut instructions on how to disassemble the Walther PPQ M2. This information is great for anyone looking for a manual to field strip their PPQ for cleaning. There are really only 5 steps to...
The rigors of daily life keep you on the constant move. Unless of course you’re like me and glued to the seat in your cubicle. Regardless, normal movement throughout the day can cause your holster to shift. For many this is a point of contention!
My buddy picked up a Walther PPQ M2 subcompact at the last gun show we attended, but didn’t pick up a holster. So together we set to the task of finding him the best holster for his new pistol.
There is some confusion about the identifying characteristics for various handgun sizes. However, there are no hard and fast industry rules about which pistol fits into what category. With that said, there are 4 different sizes of automatic handguns; full size, compact, sub-compact, and pocket pistols.
Alright, so you’re looking to get your EDC pack all setup and you know exactly what you plan to put into your kit. The only problem is, you don’t know if you should go for a tactical or non-tactical setup. Here’s some pros and cons for each bag type!