I like Bladetech holsters. They are well made, fit the weapon like a glove, ride comfortably, don’t shift around, and are durable. So it should
When carrying a revolver, it doesn’t take long to realize that reloading is the weapon’s achilles heel. Compared to the simple act of sliding a
Carrying a snub nose revolver is very much a learning experience. I’ve carried a Glock for almost five years, so I find myself relearning old
My ongoing snubbie experiment has reinforced my belief that dry fire training should be a significant part of any shooter’s training program. Dry firing is
I confess. I have been prejudiced against snub nose revolvers. They are difficult to control, challenging to shoot accurately, and inherently low in ammo capacity.