Since purchasing a Glock 19 Gen 3 back in 2008, I've read articles and watched videos on modifications and accessories but none intrigued me more than the 25 Cent Trigger Job. It was only last year that I finally did it because I had almost everything needed to perform it and because it...
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I am taking delivery of my shotty later this week. This will serve as my "house gun." We live on a small farm and it will also be used for critter/pest control. I have other guns as well, but most everything is locked or on a gun rack out of reach of small children.
So, how do you folks keep a house gun ready and accessible, but safe? I would love to keep it propped in a corner with a trigger lock (unloaded), but I'm afraid that will be to cumbersome to get to in a real emergency.
I'm wondering if anyone here has already been down this road. I'm starting to get into tactical training at my range and need a holster for my Glock 17 Gen 4 with an attached Inforce APL Glock Gen 3 light. I had no idea this would be such a hard quest, perhaps because Inforce weapon lights are relatively new on the scene. I'm not having a lot of luck searching online and was hoping someone in the forums might point me in the right direction. Any and all help is gratefully appreciated.
so this is my EDC rig that I have decided on in a MTR OWB Leather snap on holster
Think this set up will serve me well to survive my local Wal Mart ?
Anybody with a similar set up ?
My first firearm was a G26 and I still love it. So do a lot of GT'ers. It's a great blend of size, shootability and capacity in a 9mm.
Since that initial purchase, I've gone up and I've gone down in the carry collection. Up when I could off body or OWB carry a G20 (10mm) or Shield 45 and down when I could only pocket or deep concealed IWB carry 22 WMR, single stack 380 and 9mms (NAA Mini, G42, PM9, Kimber Micro, G43, Shield9).
I'm asking the GT brain trust to double check my thoughts...
I recently purchased a Honor Guard from Honor Defense and wanted to post some shooting impressions and notes for others that either have one or plan on getting one and need some details.
In case you don't know, the Honor Guard is a fully ambidextrous, modular, sub-compact, single-stack, striker-fired pistol chambered in 9mm. It's made in America and assembled by Vets.
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