Our friend Sandi at OffHand Gear has done it again. She’s created a thoughtful, unique, quality shooting product. The new NORM (No Ordinary Range Mat) is not like the range mats you have seen around. Her long-range precision shooting mat has a fan-fold style closing (no more edges curling up on you), is long, wide […]
You ask, “Is this old gun worth anything?” Should it be refinished, restored, cleaned, or left alone? With good info you can make the right choice.
One of the first questions I asked myself when I bought my first firearm, seven years ago was, “How am I going to store this thing safely when I’m not using it?” My children were not small anymore at that time, but I was still concerned about unauthorized access – whether during a burglary or […]
by Jim Majoros, President Viktor’s Legacy Custom Gunsmithing LLC Having the right sights on your handgun is important, and there are many different options from which to choose: combat sights, fiber-optic, tritium and white dot. Let’s explore the available options and what they can help you achieve. Combat type sights are basic and straight forward. […]
If you had told me years ago that I would be the Executive Director of a national firearms training organization, I would have said you were crazy. I was vehemently anti-gun and a strong supporter of gun control measures. I championed for gun control for a long time, but then I made some discoveries and found that my arguments didn’t make sense. This is my journey.
by Jim Majoros, President of AG & AG Vendor Partner Viktor’s Legacy Custom Gunsmithing LLC Are you interested in personalizing the finish of your gun? Fortunately, there are many options, from “old school” finishes such as hot salt bluing and Parkerizing, to modern new coatings. Changing the finish is an exciting way to make your […]
Using RF and biometric entry options, The GunBox allows you to have assurance that your handgun is stored safely but able to be retrieved quickly and most importantly, responsibly.
I presented the question, “How do you save money on shooting?” to the San Antonio Chapter of A Girl & A Gun and here are the ideas they came up with.
I didn’t know if she wanted money, if she was distracting me and setting me up for a hit. I didn’t care. I didn’t let her talk, I didn’t let her get any closer to me and I changed her plan immediately. At no time did a reach for my gun, I simply stood ready, made eye contact with her, looked her up and down and took notice of her clothes and if she could have a weapon on her. I was ready though.
size/shape of your hand + how to fit checklist + size/shape frame/grip = right gun for you! Trying different handguns is like trying on shoes: You may wear a size 8, but not all size 8s fit the same — only you know if it’s “right” for you and absolutely love it… or not. Similarly, many […]