How Many Rounds Can A Handgun Hold?

How Many Rounds Can A Handgun Hold?

There are six factors that will determine the maximum number of rounds any given firearm can hold. Sometimes maximum capacity can be increased with aftermarket magazines. However, sometimes the number of rounds a handgun can hold is limited by the handgun design.

Best Holsters For The Sig Sauer P365

Best Holsters For The Sig Sauer P365

I’ve been a big fan of Sig Sauer pistols for as long as I can remember. Since it’s release in 2017, the Sig P365 has been gaining traction among the concealed carry community. While the pistol itself is a testament to fine craftsmanship, it requires an equally exceptional holster.

How To Aim A Pistol With 3 Dot Sights – Improve Your Marksmanship

How To Aim A Pistol With 3 Dot Sights – Improve Your Marksmanship

Many modern handguns, including some revolvers, come with the three-dot system of sighting from the factory. Of course, many shooters abandon this method immediately. Often opting for something more expensive and easier to use like a red-dot or a laser sight. However, if you don’t have that kind of money, a 3-dot sight may be your only option for a time.

How To Loosen The Slide On A Pistol?

How To Loosen The Slide On A Pistol?

Gun owners often wonder about ways to loosen the slide on their pistol. Sometimes, it’s because it is new and they want to “break in” the slide. Other times, the owner has weak hands and finds racking the slide difficult. Whatever the reason, there are several tips and tricks to help you get over this hurdle.

Why Should You EDC A Pry Bar In Your Kit?

Why Should You EDC A Pry Bar In Your Kit?

There’s all sorts of tools out there for your everyday carry needs. However, the one tool most often overlooked is the pry bar. Many EDC practitioners dismiss this tool because of the limited usage. However, this very unique tool has one specialized job, but it does that job extremely well. So, why should you EDC a pry bar in your kit?

A Round In The Chamber: Questions About Carrying A Loaded Gun

A Round In The Chamber: Questions About Carrying A Loaded Gun

New concealed carry permit holders always wonder about carrying a loaded firearm. Some people wonder whether it is safe to carry around a loaded firearm. Others worry that carrying a loaded firearm is illegal in their state. So today, I’m going to discuss everything you need to know about keeping a round in the chamber and safely carrying a loaded firearm as part of your everyday carry kit, whether openly or concealed.

Should You Have Night Sights Or A Flashlight On Your Pistol?

Should You Have Night Sights Or A Flashlight On Your Pistol?

One of the best parts about owning a firearm, is customizing it for your needs. Some people get a bit excessive adding attachments to their weapons that are overkill or redundant. However, oftentimes people wonder about the best way to maintain accuracy when firing their weapon in low light.

About The Author

My name is Mike and my goal is to provide you with all types of information for your everyday carry needs. Growing up the son of a Marine, I was raised to be prepared and adaptable to overcome life's challenges. So, whether it's setting up and maintaining your EDC bag, laws on concealed carry, or refining your medical kit we tackle the hard questions.

I am a concealed permit holder (for over a decade) as well as a firearm enthusiast. Many of my friends and family are former or active duty military, and I have consulted with them on many of the topics I cover in this blog over the years.

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