July 15, 2018

7 Tips To Deal With The Most Common Handgun Malfunctions

Written by  Glen Artis The handgun has been around for centuries. And since the introduction of the first semi-automatic handgun in 1892, this firearm has undergone numerous technological advancements. Today’s handguns are the most sophisticated in the history of handguns. But in spite of this, modern handguns are still vulnerable to malfunctions. In fact, most if not all handgun users have experienced a malfunction at some point that rendered their guns temporarily inoperable. And while some of us may cuss […]

Reasons Why the 1911 is so Popular

The M1911 pistol served as the standard issue handgun for the U.S. military from 1911 to 1986.  It uses a 45 ACP cartridge and is a single action, semi-automatic weapon designed by John Browning.  Today we are looking at why the 1911 is such a popular handgun. Reasons Why the 1911 is so Popular Written by James Walton We’ll say it again: The 1911 is one of the most iconic handguns ever made. It’s one of the oldest and most legendary pieces ever […]

Open Carry

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com Last month, Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed House Bill 910, also known as the “open carry bill.”  The bill will allow licensed Texans to openly carry their handguns in a hip or shoulder holster, starting January 1, 2016.  Private businesses will still be allowed to prohibit handguns within their premises as long as they post the proper signs.  Under the version that was approved, law enforcement personnel have the authority to stop and […]

Firearms for Long Term Survival

Today is Day Four of Preparedness Blog Crossover Week.  I hope you have been enjoying the series. Today’s question is:  What firearms do you feel are most appropriate for long term survival and why? I’ll be the first to admit I am not the biggest expert when it comes to firearms.  But I have read and researched enough to know at the minimum what I would have for long term survival.  I’d have a handgun for defense.  In my case […]