In the crowded field of .380 ACP handguns, why would you pick the Springfield Armory 911 sub-compact over the GLOCK 42, a Smith & Wesson Bodyguard, a CW380 from Kahr, one of Ruger’s LC versions? Why a 911 over a S&W Shield EZ, a Colt Mustang, a SIG SAUER P238, a Bersa Thunder, or traveling back in concept, a Walther PPK/S? I’m not here to sell you […]
Oh, my. It’s a Taurus Curve. Who here remembers when Taurus first launched their Curve concealed carry pistol? I know I do. The Curve was promoted for use by female shooters because the company said it would be easier to conceal with our natural…curves. Anyway, this Curve belongs to a guy – Arthur – who […]
A Smith & Wesson Bodyguard is front-and-center in this pocket dump. Other items include a tobacco box, a lighter, and a bike chain spinner. The Bodyguard is made for deep concealment with an overall empty weight of twelve ounces and a 2.75 inch barrel length. It’s chambered in .380 ACP, a cartridge with quite a […]
On January 30, 1948 a Hindu nationalist advocate by the name of Nathuram Godse secured his claim to infamy by carrying out an assassination. At 5:17 PM Godse used a Beretta M1934 he’d apparently stolen to shoot Indian independence leader Mahatma Gandhi in the chest – three times – point-blank. By doing this Godse sealed […]
College student Jacob says he carried these items “today” which makes me wonder…does he mean he carried on campus? And if so, is it one of those “gun-free zone” places (yeah it probably is)? Considering how gun-free zones are soft targets, it’s a Good Thing that he has his GLOCK 42 loaded with Underwood ammo.
Millions of Americans conceal carry a gun every day. And that number keeps growing. Unfortunately, fewer people carry a spare backup gun. Innovations in smaller, lighter guns firing potent cartridges, along with my training, have sold me on the idea of a backup gun. And should cause you to consider one as well. I remember […]