I found the holsters from OnYour6designs on Facebook. Inexpensive and billed as one of the slimmest on the market, I thought I would give it a try and give you my impressions. Continue reading
Back in October I reviewed the OWB holster from SAS Custom Holsters. As I concluded then “I really wanted to like this holster…But it has one fatal flaw.” The flaw was the overly tight retention, which I hoped they would improve. When I got back from Thanksgiving in North Carolina I found a surprise in my mailbox from owner SAS Stacy Snow. Continue reading
If you’re like me and you work in an urban (or semi-urban) office environment, you probably are faced with a variety of safety challenges every day: dark parking lots or parking garages; business attire that makes concealed carry difficult; company, office or building rules that forbid concealed carry. So, how do you adapt and stay safe?
Open carry is illegal in Texas, but that hasn’t stopped gun-rights advocates from trying to affect change. Personally, I support the right to open carry, despite my view that it’s a bad idea. Just because some people consider it a bad idea doesn’t mean it should be illegal. On the other hand, I don’t support the actions of open-carry advocates who make a point of getting arrested and acting like asses on camera to make a point.
I would like to thank all the veterans of our armed forces who have served this once great country in times of peace and war, at home and abroad. Your dedication, bravery and commitment kept us free, even as politicians schemed to limit our freedoms. On behalf of my entire family I would like to say a heart-felt “thank you” for your service and your sacrifice. We may not be the land of the free that we once were, but you are the reason we always will be the home of the brave. God bless you and your families.
A friend from work invited me to join him for a drive to Fort Worth for the Original Fort Worth Gun Show at the Will Rogers Arena. It was pretty much like every other gun show I’ve attended in North Carolina, only bigger. Guns, holsters, knives, jerky, surplus, militaria, ammo, jewelry and crafts. Pretty much what I expected. No great deals but lots and lots of everything. Happy to see more ammo available and at increasingly reasonable prices. I came home with a knife for my son, a gift for my wife, a bag of jerky, and a cool set of sights by a company here in North Texas that I will be reviewing in the coming weeks.