Firearms Self Defense and Accidental Discharges

By on April 28, 2016

Everyone that carries a firearm for self defense should be mindful of an accidental discharge.  There is an old saying about a negligent discharge (the actual term should be negligent because there really isn’t an accident, it was negligence or

Video What to Put on a Self Defense Rifle

By on April 22, 2016

What you should put on your self defense rifle Sights (Front and Rear) or an optic If you are using a battery powered optic, have back up iron sights Flashlight mounted to the rifle Sling Stay Safe, Ben PS You

Podcast 159 No Guns Sign

By on April 21, 2016

Click Here Get Notes by EmailToday: Dealing with No Gun signs. What can you do? Should you do anything? Find out how to work it out and what you can do. Announcements May 21-22 Beyond Concealed Carry Enhanced in Charleston,

9mm 1911’s Review First Impressions

By on April 20, 2016

Last weekend I shot and trained with my first 9mm 1911 pistol and it was great.  I used to carry Para 1911’s for years working for an armored car company.  I loved carrying the 1911 in a tactical thigh rig

AR Muzzle Breaks That Work Too Well

By on April 15, 2016

A Stag 3G compensator on a Stag Model 3 rifle.  The break works too well.  It actually pushes the muzzle down when I fired the rifle.  It was really weird. Be careful with what break you put on your rifle,

Podcast 158 You’re on Your Own

By on April 14, 2016

Click Here Get Notes by EmailToday: At the beginning of any disaster, mass shooting, or riot you are on your own for your self defense. Later people will come to help, but you have to take care of yourself first.