Tag: glock

QSeries Stealth Generation 2 Glock Holster Review

QSeries Stealth Generation 2 Glock Holster Review

| December 3, 2014 | 7 Comments

Just a few months ago, I reviewed the Stealth Glock holster made by Q-Series LLC. I liked its low ride height, good concealment, and low profile. I had some comfort problems with the holster, and I returned the evaluation unit. Q-Series told me a 2nd generation unit was coming out. I had high hopes for the original […]

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Trijicon RMR RM07 and TSD Archangel 3 Holster Problems

Trijicon RMR RM07 and TSD Archangel 3 Holster Problems

| November 3, 2014 | 4 Comments

My journey with red dot equipped handguns has been brief. I ran a few classes with a Glock 26 and a Glock 19 this season. Even with limited experience, my groupings were tighter even though I had slower target acquisition times and occasional problems finding the dot. More troubling were the times I discovered my […]

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Q-Series Stealth Appendix Carry Holster Review

Q-Series Stealth Appendix Carry Holster Review

| October 6, 2014 | 2 Comments

Top Shot competitor, former Homeland Security firearms trainer and owner of Q-Series Gary Quesenberry was kind enough to send us a Stealth holster for us to review. The appendix carry holster is very minimalist and may be a great choice for stock or slightly modified Glock pistols. The Q-Series Stealth holster is about $40 and […]

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Shooting a Basic Handgun Class With a Glock 26 Equipped RMR

Shooting a Basic Handgun Class With a Glock 26 Equipped RMR

| September 15, 2014 | 4 Comments

Yesterday the She-Shepherd and I went to another Basic Handgun class from QSI Training. I ran the class with my Trijicon RMR RM07-equipped Glock 27 converted to a Glock 26. I was grateful for the opportunity to practice with the “Baby Glock” and RMR, as it was my first time shooting it aside from sighting in the red […]

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Basic Handgun Class: I have commitment issues

Basic Handgun Class: I have commitment issues

| September 8, 2014 | 6 Comments

Last Saturday I took another Basic Handgun class with QSI Training. I’ve already written about the virtues of practicing fundamentals no matter your skill level, so I’m not going to recap the course here or discuss why I’ve taken this class about 10 times. I try to have one or two goals in mind before […]

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Suarez International TSD Glock 19 RMR Ready Slide Initial Impressions Review

Suarez International TSD Glock 19 RMR Ready Slide Initial Impressions Review

| August 29, 2014 | 6 Comments

After years and years of reading about it, I’ve started the transition to red dot equipped pistols. My Glock 27 turned 26 is in the hands of One Source Tactical, which is the retail arm of Suarez International. Lead time is currently 6 – 8 weeks because I decided to refinish my slide. That’s a […]

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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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My old friend goes to rehab

My old friend goes to rehab

| July 23, 2014 | 4 Comments

When most of my friends turned 21 they bought a keg of beer or went out partying. I picked up my Glock 27 that I’d ordered weeks before and took my concealed carry permit class. I bought the G27 because (at the time) it was one of the smallest 9MM pistols available. I bought it […]

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GTFO : Vehicle Gunfighting Class Review #3

GTFO : Vehicle Gunfighting Class Review #3

| July 18, 2014 | 2 Comments

I am traveling today so this post will be short. Please read my first post and second post about the gunfighting class, this post assumes you’ve read them so I am not going to recap the training environment, stepped / progressive teaching methods to minimize risk, or techniques. Also, please consider reading my post about […]

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Hands and feet inside at all times: Vehicle Gunfighting Class Review #2

Hands and feet inside at all times: Vehicle Gunfighting Class Review #2

| July 16, 2014 | 1 Comments

Please read part one of my vehicle gunfighting class here. Americans spend an average of 4 – 6 years of their life inside of a car. Since I started my relationship with the She-Shepherd several years ago, I started driving around with a full family inside. The majority of my driving habits changed whenever they […]

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