Ah, the joys of summer…beaches, water, fun. We can still enjoy all the good times and be safe. You want to carry your legal firearm but now have less clothes to hide it. Well here are 3 WAYS for Summer Every Day Carry (EDC). I Like Appendix for my concealment.
Brian Enos is considered to be one of most critical thinkers in the realm of handgun shooting. In 1990 he wrote the book (link below) “Practical Shooting: Beyond Fundamentals” which is the collection of over ten years of notes and ideas Brian had regarding pistol shooting and competition. Brian was
This is the audio from the Live Session with Yong Lee in Podcast form. Yong sat down with me to discuss in detail the red dots on pistols, something that I’m very interested in. He also takes a bunch of questions from the audience regarding sights, training techniques, holsters and
This is a replay of the Q&A live session I had on 6-3-18 with grandmaster shooter and SWAT team leader Yong Lee. Yong has been on the podcast several times and was a part of the Shooter’s Summit. Lots of questions about red dots and how to train is covered
Mini-red dot sights or just “red dots” on pistols is not a new thing, however, more and more people are finally adopting them. Pretty much every handgun manufacturer is building optic ready guns and some are selling the guns with the optic already on it. Carry Optics is a very
Welcome back to the Firearms Nation Podcast. What makes one person go on to achieve the highest level in their endeavors or hobbies always fascinates me. Whether it’s getting a black belt or making grandmaster in competitive shooting, the practice and talent always seem to get together. For some, the
Welcome back to the Firearms Nation Podcast. My guest today is by far one of the fastest shooters in competition. KC Eusebio started shooting at the ripe old age of 9 years old and made the rank of Grandmaster in USPSA at 12 which still is a record. He is
Having a good belt for Everyday Carry is very important. The KORE ESSENTIALS X4 Gun Belt is definitely a good choice. It is very strong which is important to hold guns, holsters and magazines. It has a chinch style locking system which can adjust the size for a more individual
Smith and Wesson have announced the new update to the M&P Shield line with the new EZ (Easy..?) It is meant for people who can’t rack a slide or shoot a larger caliber. While I get it, I don’t understand the massive grip safety (which is not on any other
I had a chance to have an in depth discussion with P365 product manager PHIL STRADER on the questions raised on my SIG P365 Announcement video. I went through and pulled the most common questions people asked. The gun is now available and I predict it will sell very well.