Tag: pdw

EDC Bag 90 Day Challenge

EDC Bag 90 Day Challenge

| April 24, 2017 | 1 Comments

I started carrying a PDW everywhere I went in mid-2012. I received my first NFA stamp in January 2013, and have carried an SBR or PDW since. I’ve used a few different bags, but they all shared something: they were “common” bags that were designed to carry something other than a firearm. I stayed away from bags that […]

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Nova Modul PAK-9 9mm AK47 Pistol

Nova Modul PAK-9 9mm AK47 Pistol

| January 25, 2017 | 5 Comments

In 2015, Italian firearms manufacturer and importer Chiappa Firearms announced they were going to bring a 9mm AK47 pistol to the United States. Built by Nova Modul of Cugir, Romania, the PAK-9 accepts Beretta 92 magazines. Reviews are mixed, but some recent developments have piqued my interest. Specifications 6.3″ barrel 14.25″ overall length 96 ounces […]

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The Glock Pistol as C-PDW: An Example

The Glock Pistol as C-PDW: An Example

| December 5, 2016 | 13 Comments

This is a guest article from CR Williams, firearms instructor and author of several books on self-defense and firearms use (see our reviews of his book Facing the Active Shooter and Gunfighting, and Other Thoughts About Doing Violence). You can follow him at In Shadow In Light — Shepherd There has recently been a fair […]

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What Do I Wear? Choosing an EDC Bag

What Do I Wear? Choosing an EDC Bag

| August 30, 2016 | 2 Comments

YouTube channel viewer PerfectTangent asked What informs your decision to carry a given bag with a given weapon on a given day? Situation? Taste? This article will address why I choose the bags / tools to carry at any given time. This is not an article about what I look for in a bag (see this […]

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Not-Stock Glock PDW Update

Not-Stock Glock PDW Update

| April 14, 2016 | 13 Comments

The “Not-Stock Glock” PDW concept is something that Suarez International has been experimenting with over the last four or five months. It’s an interesting idea for those people who can’t or don’t want to possess a pistol caliber SBR. I’ve written about this concept a few times (here, here, and here), but I was able […]

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