Question of the Day: Got Mouse Gun?

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Gun guru David Kennick’s rule for concealed carry: pack the largest, most comfortable gun you can. Most days that’s my Wilson Combat EDC X9 in an outside the waistband holster,…

Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day – Graceful Squirrel

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The squirrel says, these are “the many items I carry with me for my own enjoyment and protection of my family of six.” You don’t see a lot of Micro…

Gun Review: Beretta 3032 Tomcat Inox

In a sea of plastic mouse guns, the decidedly old school Beretta Tomcat stands out with its Inox (aka “stainless steel” for those who don’t speak fluent Beretta) slide and forged…

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Gun Review: Beretta Pico

Hitting distributor shelves now is the slimmest .380 ACP pistol on the market, the Beretta Pico. At its widest point — across the ambi mag release paddle — my caliper…

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The Evolution of the Mouse Gun

  The more I learn about guns, the more I realize I have to learn. Case in point: mouse guns. I come to the party from the (initial) point of…

Dear Diary: 30 Days to Conceal Carry, Day 15

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So we’ve reached the half-way point in my 30 day odyssey in carrying a firearm concealed on my person. And I think it’s a good a time as any to take…

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The Event and the ‘Stopping Power’ of the Mighty .380

DVRs are great. No more are we held hostage to the autocratic whims of the networks. So I was watching last week’s episode of The Event (hey…I’ve been busy) when…

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Gun Review: Kel-Tec PF-9 9mm

The boss’s mouse gun malevolence notwithstanding, I’m still a fan of petite pistols and reserved revolvers. In fact, I was so impressed with Kel-Tec’s .380 P3AT that I just plunked…