A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

 

Product Review – Scopeshield

When I evaluate a product it is the result of owning that product and then using it. There are no sponsors so my opinions are not presented to satisfy anyone. I hope that they do help in the decision making … Continue reading

Am I Right to Shoot Left (or am I just left of correct)?

The magic happens right before our eyes – or so it seems when shooting a right-handed long gun left-handed. I am right-handed and right eye dominant. For the majority of life I have handled and shot firearms intended for the … Continue reading

Scouting Around – Part I

Take a proven cartridge, for example the .308 Winchester (or 7.62×51 NATO) and then stick that cartridge into the chamber of a rifle weighing about 7-pounds dry with a 18” barrel and you have most of the equation for Jeff … Continue reading

Carrying Spare Ammunition on the Strong Side

I sometimes go against convention. One of those times involve going against the thinking of “experts” that claim spare ammunition should only be carried on the weak side. For most right-handed shooters, that would be behind the left hip. This … Continue reading

Little Big Brother and the Baby Boomer

I have been carrying the XDs 3.3 .45 ACP pistol for a while now (see my review @ http://guntoters.com/blog/2014/05/25/baby-boomer/). For me, it is the perfect pistol for my needs; deep concealment and a powerful package to throw big bullets at … Continue reading

MAKO AR MagazineWELL Grip

Being a left-handed shooter can cause consternation at times. For physical reasons, I have to shoot long guns of higher caliber left-handed. In most case, it does not bother me to shoot a long gun that is intended for right-handed … Continue reading

Harbinger Pro Gloves for Shooting

A lot of shooters dislike wearing gloves when shooting. Some shooters feel it necessary to wear gloves for heavy-recoiling magnums. Some shooters prefer a full-fingered glove while other shooters prefer ½ finger glove. Recently, I ordered a pair of Harbinger … Continue reading

“Facing the Active Shooter” by CR Williams – A Review

The probability of being involved in an active shooting seems to be more prominent these days. You could be at your local big-box store, filling up your vehicle with gas at the local gas station, picking up a prescription at … Continue reading

The Ruger ‘Single-Six’ – Still a Favorite

The Single-Six first came to the public in 1953. Manufactured by Sturm, Ruger the Single-Six quickly became a favorite handgun among many and even developed a following of sort. The single-action revolver, seemingly, was a dying breed, as Colt discontinued … Continue reading

Chicago 12V Impact Wrench

I drive an older vehicle, a 1989 Chevrolet S10 Blazer. While this has nothing to do with survival in a general sense, the tools that I carry in the vehicle might have an impact on my survival while on the … Continue reading