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That’s What She Said: Vertx EDC Transit Review

That’s What She Said: Vertx EDC Transit Review

| May 3, 2017 | 2 Comments

I began carrying the Vertx EDC Commuter Sling 2 years ago (read my review). Apart from the everyday wear and tear you might expect of a daily carry bag, I pressure tested this bag through: 16 hours of force-on-force training 16 hours of close quarters force-on-force training 16 hours of low-light force-on-force training 8 hours […]

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That’s What She said: Strong Hand or Super-Strong Hand?

That’s What She said: Strong Hand or Super-Strong Hand?

| February 24, 2016 | 1 Comments

We hosted a trauma class two weeks ago. One of my favorite moments was a story the instructor (Robert Schoening of LHGK – he’s fantastic¬†– take his class if you get the opportunity) told about how some students bristled at the term “weak side” and asserted that “they only had strong sides…but one side was […]

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That’s What She Said: Hold it Right There!

That’s What She Said: Hold it Right There!

| August 21, 2015 | 1 Comments

There are several considerations for holstering your pistol in your bag: ease of draw retention ability to position for optimal master grip upon draw ease of re-holster durability safety When we purchased the Vertyx EDC Commuter Sling bag, I researched 3 different holster options for EDC I started with the system made for the bag, […]

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That’s What She Said: Letting the Gat out of the Bag

That’s What She Said: Letting the Gat out of the Bag

| August 14, 2015 | 13 Comments

Bag carry is one of those topics that everyone will have to agree to disagree on. Without delving into the philosophy of off body carry, I have developed a set of criteria for a concealed carry bag that make me reasonably confident in its use for defensive scenarios. ease of deployment low profile secure holster […]

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SHOT Show: Day 4

SHOT Show: Day 4

| January 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

The last day of SHOT Show is a mixed bag. Most people have left, so we get time to talk with everyone for longer periods of time, and it’s easier to take photos and pictures. On the other hand, everyone is tired, voices are worn out, and people are less excited. Imagine having to talk […]

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