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 […]
The .380 ACP, also known as 9mm Short, 9mm Kurz, or 9x17mm, is one of the most important calibers of the last few years, probably even the last couple decades. Why? Simple: it’s gotten more people to start carrying than virtually all other calibers combined. The .380 has seen a massive increase in popularity thanks […]
My first everyday all day gun was a 380 Colt Government. For a while, the .380 ACP was the cool guy’s gun. Small, discrete, and just powerful enough. Until it wasn’t powerful enough. Until apparently nothing less than a double stack 9mm could be trusted. Then, in 2008, that all changed . . . Ruger […]
Smith & Wesson recently released the M&P380 Shield EZ. It’s designed to be easy to operate, easy to shoot, easy to load, and easy to field strip. And, as reviewed here, they #NailedIt. But Walther’s PK380 has been a fit for recoil-sensitive shooters and for those with diminished hand strength for nearly a decade. So, how […]