Written by: Greg Ellifritz If you have been vacationing off the planet, you may not realize that the world’s largest trade show for shooting enthusiasts was held in Las Vegas last week. The Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trades (SHOT) show is the second largest trade show in Las Vegas every year. 70,000+ shooting industry professionals […]
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Knowledge to make your life better. If you have some free time, check out some of these links this weekend. Pre-Attack Indicators A thorough compilation of the research about what “tells” a criminal displays immediately prior to his attack. I’ve never seen anyone use or advocate his “emergency time out” hand positioning. I like […]
Knowledge to make your life better. If you have some free time, check out some of these links this weekend. Interview with a Mexican hitman A vital insight into criminal psychology. Read about this man’s attitudes about killing and torture and understand that many of the criminals you might encounter on a daily basis […]
Written by: Greg Ellifritz I reader recently sent me a question about the new Ka-Bar TDI Shark Bite knife and how it is meant to be carried. Here are his (paraphrased) questions: Hi Greg, If you have enough free time, I would greatly appreciate your input here. Any experience with a Ka-bar shark […]
Knowledge to make your life better. If you have some free time, check out some of these links this weekend. Armed at Home: Strategic Realities Everyone who owns a firearm should read this interview with Massad Ayoob. Bad things can happen when you answer the door with a gun in your hand. […]
Written by: Greg Ellifritz I’ve carried a plain Jane CompTac single mag carrier for more than 10 years. The mag pouch is comfortable, cheap, and durable. It sticks out a little from the body, but my loose shirts usually conceal it pretty well. I hadn’t had any reason to find a new mag carrier. […]
Written by: Greg Ellifritz I don’t write a lot of product reviews for this site, preferring to focus on the “software” side of things instead of the “hardware” stuff. With that said, I still appreciate quality gear. When I encounter truly outstanding pieces of kit, I like to share them with my readers. […]