When I test a new gun, I assume the firearm will work as intended. Generally they do. Thanks to advances in design, metallurgy and production, not to mention the enormous expansion of the firearms industry (competition improves the breed), the days of dubious reliability are, in the main, over. (Yes, even Hi-Points.) By the same token, I’ve lived to see self-defense training evolve and gun rights expand. As far as I can tell, more and more minorities and women are exercising their right to keep and bear arms. What’s the biggest technological and/or cultural change you’ve seen in the gun world since you started shooting?