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.


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

HOGUE Recoil Absorbing Rubber MONOGRIP (TAMER)

The project for today was to install the HOGUE Recoil Absorbing MONOGRIP on my 4.20” GP141 revolver. The GP141 (Model 1705) was originally purchased with a HOGUE MONOGRIP installed, and while an excellent grip, it was soon replaced with a … Continue reading

Big Guns – Small Hands

I recently produced an article about little guns and big hands. It seems to me that I would be talking out of one side of my mouth by not expressing an opinion about big guns and little hands. Since I … Continue reading

Situational Awareness

I had arrived for the job interview early. Some would say much too early. I had plenty of time to contemplate the upcoming interview with a major company here in Atlanta. I’m usually early for most everything and this job … Continue reading