If you’ve been paying attention to the firearms market AT ALL in recent years, you will have noticed that the popularity of the Pistol Caliber Carbine (PCC) has been on the rise. Within that niche, the Personal Defense Weapon (PDW) has become prominent. The PDW’s small size and light weight have made this class of firearms sought after as home defense guns, vehicle guns, and bugout guns among many people who feel that a full-sized rifle is a bit too cumbersome in those roles. Since the regulations on Short Barreled Rifles are a hassle to many people, the braced pistol has truly come into its own within the PDW concept. Enter the Extar EP9.
In this video I’ll show you how to conduct a Ruger Security 9 field strip- like I neglected to do in my shooting video! This little 9mm pistol is easy to disassemble and reassemble using only a 9mm casing as a tool.
n this video we take a look at a great budget bushcraft blade, the Varusteleka Jaakaripuukko 140. If you’re searching for a bombproof knife that won’t break the bank, this one is worth looking at. It makes a gread bushcraft knife or survival knife, as its spine is nice and thick and tapers to a razor sharp edge. This knife deserves a place in any bug out bag!
in this video, the Ruger Security 9 Range Review, we take a look at Ruger’s latest entry in the inexpensive 9mm pistol category. Whether you are looking for a home defense weapon or an inexpensive carry gun, this pistol deserves a look. It’s light weight combined with it’s 15 round capacity and $300 street price make it a contender in the value-priced pistol market.
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I took some time today to get out and shoot my Star BM pistol. I got it from Classic Firearms, and as of July 3rd, 2018 they still have them in stock for a mere $199! Get one if you can at https://www.classicfirearms.com/star-model-bm-9mm-8rd-original-box-manual
As those who follow the Youtube Channel probably already know, I met Hap from Newbold Targets at the USCCA Expo in Louisville. Newbold was kind enough to send me some samples to review and I gotta tell ya- I LIKE THEM! They’re easy to set up and use, and you don’t have the worries associated with steel, like backsplatter, rust, and portability. The projectiles pass right through the Newbold targets so ricochets aren’t an issue. This lets a shooter get as close as they want to the target without fear- something which could be especially helpful for letting a new shooter get confidence-building hits.
All in all, I highly recommend Newbold’s innovative line of targets!
You can find them HERE.
The rule of thumb is that you can go three weeks without food, three days without water, and three hours without shelter, so it behooves you to carry some means of making shelter whenever you go out in the woods. Here are a couple videos on just that topic. Continue reading “Shelter”
While at the USCCA Expo I found this neat little 2 piece gizmo, which acts as both a chamber insert and barrel flag, as well as a magazine blocker, which together allows you to engage in dry fire training without running the risk of accidentally inserting a live round into the mix. The BarrelBlok training aid can be found here.