Monthly Archives: November 2012

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Everyday Carry Part 2

My everyday carry in further detail.

To often I hear, I carry a gun for my everyday carry, so I don’t need to train self-defense.  Self defense meaning unarmed defense in this context.  I realize I may not recognize or may not use my tools I carry when I’m attacked.  By me understanding this concept, I have taken the time, energy  and effort to learn unarmed defense.  I want to have the opinion to use my tools or my body to defend myself.  Also by doing this, I can use my unarmed training in the event my tool is trying to be taken away by the attacker.

Everyday Carry

My Everyday Carry in action

Everyday Carry (EDC)

Everyday carry is a popular subject right now.  This is what I am carrying right now.  A good Surefire light is next on my list for everyday carry.  Check out Matt DeVito at Down Range Firearms Training, Paul Carlson at Safety Solutions Academy, and Omari Broussard at 10x Defense for their EDC.

Everyday Carry

Everyday Carry

Light Mount

Light mounts do not have to be on an expensive rail. Here is a cheap and easy light mount solution for an AR-15 for anyone on a budget.  Click here for the link to Midwest Industries light mount.

 

 

 

Extended Grips on Magazines

Too often shooters talk about how comfortable a firearm is.  More often than not, they are just going of how it feels in their hand.  Also, they do not have a much experience with shooting, regardless if they have been shooting all of their life.  This is why many shooters put extended grips on magazines.  From what I’ve seen with dealing with handguns, if you go take a training course or spend a day at the range, there is no longer a comfort issue.  In the context of defensive shooting, how comfortable the gun feels in your hand becomes less of an issue.  Getting training, then practicing what you have learned with your firearm makes you comfortable with you firearm.  Here is a video talking about an issue I hear all of the time, extended grips on magazines.