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End of an Era: NFA Registered Glock

End of an Era: NFA Registered Glock

| December 11, 2015 | 15 Comments

It’s official — I’ve sold my Glock enclosures and mailed a letter to the ATF stating that I want to remove my Glock from the NFA’s SBR registry. Some of the most popular content on this blog was related to my NFA registered Glock 19 and the KPOS, RONI, and Hera Triarii enclosures I tested. […]

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Loaded Magazine Weight Comparison

Loaded Magazine Weight Comparison

There are many decision factors where selecting a weapon for everyday carry. In the case of a bag-carried support weapon, weight, size, concealment, ease of deployment, steps to deployment, caliber, and expected contact distances are all important factors. In some cases, you may give up caliber and barrel length to lessen weight and increase concealment. The […]

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I Carried a Rifle to Work for Two Years and You Wouldn’t Believe What Happened!

I Carried a Rifle to Work for Two Years and You Wouldn’t Believe What Happened!

For over two years, I’ve carried either an SBR or an AR15 pistol to work. I have consulted at various places, and am now working full-time. You wouldn’t believe what happened during that time: ABSOLUTELY NOTHING Contrary to hand-wringing anti-gunners, none of the following happened: The firearms never “just went off” and hurt anyone. The […]

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Force on Force Training: Mall Attack

Force on Force Training: Mall Attack

| December 10, 2014 | 3 Comments

One of the scenarios I prepare for the most is a sudden attack at a public location. Attacks at soft targets like malls, schools, workplaces and churches make up the vast majority of active murderer situations. I am very glad to have run a mall attack scenario at QSI Training‘s force on force active shooter […]

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Glock SBR Enclosure Comparison Final Thoughts

Glock SBR Enclosure Comparison Final Thoughts

| August 1, 2014 | 17 Comments

This is the final post in my series comparing three different Glock enclosures: the FAB Defense KPOS, the CAA RONI, and the Hera Arms Triarii. I am going to briefly summarize my experience with each enclosure, but I am not going to do a full recap on the features of each. If you want more […]

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Always Use the Buddy System

Always Use the Buddy System

| June 16, 2014 | 1 Comments

Last Saturday the She Shepherd and I had the opportunity to take a Partner Tactics class from QSI Training. The purpose of this class was to learn how to work with one other person. We were the only couple present, but there were other pairs of friends or people that worked together. Topics covered Applying previous […]

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Unintended consequences of long NFA application wait times

Unintended consequences of long NFA application wait times

Until eFile came along, it took me 8 – 10 months to get each NFA stamp back from the ATF. If I had gone the individual route instead of using a trust, my processing time would be even longer since I would have had to set an appointment with my chief law enforcement officer, fingerprinted, […]

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FAB Defense KPOS Glock Enclosure Review

FAB Defense KPOS Glock Enclosure Review

If the three pistol to carbine conversion enclosures were cars, the FAB Defense KPOS Gen 2 would be a Ferrari: light, sexy, expensive, and requires a lot of maintenance. The KPOS is my favorite enclosure for every day carry. It is the smallest and lightest of all the enclosures we tested, but also had several […]

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Why a Glock SBR?

Why a Glock SBR?

I’m in the process of testing and comparing three different Glock handgun SBR enclosures. I asked my readers if they had specific questions about any of the enclosures. Several of them asked “why SBR a Glock in the first place?” Why a Glock / Handgun SBR? Greater stability and control – four points of contact […]

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SHOT Show 2014 Day 1: The Masses En Masse

SHOT Show 2014 Day 1: The Masses En Masse

| January 15, 2014 | 1 Comments

SHOT Show Day 1 was a great day to talk to companies making discreet carry bags, and I had some great conversations about Glock SBRs and .300 Blackout directly with AAC. The crowds were COMPLETELY bonkers, and it was difficult to talk to everyone I wanted to. We also had to jockey for photographs, so […]

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