So you want a personal protection carbine . . . I recommend you build one. Perhaps not from scratch, but from specifically selected groups of parts. Youtube is FULL of informative videos on assembling every aspect of the AR-15 platform carbine. You’ll know your platform intimately. In this post, while I may include some technical … More So, you want a carbine . . .
http://www.houtsenterprises.net/dur_hell-and-back.html The time for being vain may soon be at an end with the way things are going in this country. What is vanity? vān/ adjective 1. 1. having or showing an excessively high opinion of one’s appearance, abilities, or worth. “their flattery made him vain” synonyms: conceited, narcissistic, self-loving, in love with oneself, self-admiring, … More Or . . . you can just practice with your carbine
There is a whole industry, dedicated just to survival and “bug out bags”. It’s amazing that so much money is to be had. There’s gadgets and watcha-ma-call-its, from cool crank radios to light-weight “sporks”. Never has there been more gear available to the citizens of the good old US of A. But do I really … More The Go-Bag
There are several options out there for “bump in the night” gear, from plate carriers with holsters to elaborate chest rigs. Want something a little more low profile? Try this if you haven’t already: The Belly Band. In the picture above, (my personal belly band), there’s a Glock 19, extra mag and a 200 lumen … More The Belly-Band and Bumps in the Night
Every armed American has their favorite carry piece (and caliber too for that matter). Here’s an option that should be looked at if you haven’t already: The Micro sized 9mm pistol. Consistent Carry: Like many Americans, I find myself in clothing ranging from white collar attire to knock around work clothes as I work underneath … More The Case for the 9mm Micro Pistol