Second Amendment Analysis

Our country is facing a Constitutional crisis that is putting everyone in jeopardy. There is a movement underway in this nation to disregard the second amendment. This movement is attempting to pressure our law makers in to denying American citizens their rights. I find this very troubling and frankly it scares the hell out of me. If successful with denying this right I wonder what right will go next.

A New Perspective

My goal is to provide insight from the new side, from the beginning. If you are new, don’t know where to start, and find the gun guys a bit intimidating in their enthusiasm, come hang out over here. Or maybe you have been a lifelong member of the community and someone new to join has you a bit frustrated. Keep reading and see if it helps you take a step back to understand what they are going through. We can always benefit from a new perspective.

Are Revolvers Outdated?

In the world of semi-auto pistols, revolvers have to some extent been thrown onto the back burner. A lot of people chuckle at the notion that people still carry revolvers and even more just reject the idea as a whole- even as a back-up gun due to the fact that they can have one that takes the same magazines as their primary carry.

Elections Have Consequences

It’s been called the most important Mid-Term Election of our lifetime. Perhaps that’s an exaggeration, but one thing is clear, Democrats were desperate to wrest control of Congress away from the Republicans as part of their relentless campaign of “resisting and distorting” every action or reaction, taken by the Trump administration.  Their desperation was vividly made evident by their underhanded political tactics!

Heckler & Koch HK 45c Review

The HK45c is essentially an updated USP45 Compact. This is something that piqued my interests since it came equipped with a standard 1913 rail. The only downside with the HK45c was that it was slightly larger in every dimension compared to the USP45 Compact. On that same note though it came with a standard 1913 rail and was $200 less… so how could I complain?

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