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Yaqui Holster Issue — Demo Video

I keep getting inquires about specifically why I don’t like Yaqui style holsters. Previously I have addressed it, but it seems I need to have a video demonstrating exactly why they are terrible for real world carry. Just a convenient holder for your uncommon bullet launcher? Fine. Something to actually carry in the real world? That is a bad idea …

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Yaqui Style Holsters Are Bullcrap

This needs to stop. Seriously. Stop buying these pieces of crap. Stop wearing these pieces of crap. Stop pretending these aren’t pieces of crap. And stop telling new shooters these AREN’T PIECES OF CRAP! When I see a Yaqui style holster, I know at least one of possibly two things. One, this person probably doesn’t know much about guns. Or…Two, …

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A “Broom” For Brass

The first time I saw a device like the Ammo Up was at Gunsite Academy, but instead of being configured like a broom, it was more like a roller. The rubber fingers deftly picked up the brass from the desert as neatly as if the range had been vacuumed. I was told the roller was originally developed for the nut …

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Old School Retention Holster

“I’m not as good as I once was, but I’m good once as I ever was.” Some days I feel like this. I’ve been around a long time. I have seen things come and go, and then come back around again. I have also seen technology and equipment drastically change as well. The advent of strong and cheap polymers is …

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Shooting In The Desert

The basic safety rules for shooting are: Treat every gun as if it were loaded. Always point the muzzle in a safe direction. Be sure of your target and what is beyond. Keep your finger outside the trigger guard until ready to shoot.   Regardless of where you shoot, these rules remain constant. But if you’re shooting in the desert …