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Project Child Safe at SHOT Show 2014

Project Child Safe at SHOT Show 2014

Sedagive? and I had the chance to meet some of the great folks from Project Child Safe while we were in Las Vegas this January. We spent some time talking with Lindsey and Leroy while they handed out goodies to attendees at the Media Day pre-show event. Project Child Safe is a non-profit organization that […]

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Interview with Top Shot’s Chris Cheng

Interview with Top Shot’s Chris Cheng

Sedagive? and I had the good fortune to attend the 2014 SHOT Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. There were several objectives I wanted to achieve. Many were mundane and feasible: check out some new firearms, talk to vendors about bags for civilian use, etc. I also had some “not likely” tasks on my list, in […]

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Trigger Guard Holster for Kel-Tec PF-9 Review
By December 10, 20130 Comments Read More →

Trigger Guard Holster for Kel-Tec PF-9 Review

Small single-stack 9mm pistols like the Kel-Tec PF-9 or S&W M&P Shield are highly portable and more easily concealed than their higher-capacity, double-stack magazine counterparts. We accept their drawbacks like more harsh recoil, less fit-and-finish, and lackluster triggers in order to gain advantages in weight and size. This is particularly important to women, whose different […]

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Firearms Safety In a Household With Children

Firearms Safety In a Household With Children

If you’re a gun owner, you owe it to yourself, your kids, and your kids’s friends to follow one simple policy: “on you or locked down.”

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Third Friday of the Month: Check Your Optics Batteries!

Third Friday of the Month: Check Your Optics Batteries!

When I first started shooting I though night sights on my Glock 26 was as high tech as I’d ever go. As I’ve trained more (a lot more) and gotten older (a lot older) I’ve realized the value of red dot optics and reflex sights. The downside to running optics is that they have batteries […]

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Why Poor Firearm Trigger Control In Entertainment Is a Big Deal

Why Poor Firearm Trigger Control In Entertainment Is a Big Deal

Allow me to vent some gun nerd rage at two promotional posters for Jason Statham’s upcoming movie Homefront, which shows him violating at least two of the fundamental and basic rules of firearm safety.

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Lockdown Wire Pistol / Handgun Rack Review

Lockdown Wire Pistol / Handgun Rack Review

The sturdy wire pistol rack by Lockdown is great for storing handguns in your safe, especially if you want to leave them loaded and holstered.

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KPOS Generation 2 Glock 19 Short Barreled Rifle SBR Review

KPOS Generation 2 Glock 19 Short Barreled Rifle SBR Review

My review of the KPOS pistol to rifle / carbine conversion kit, sold in the USA by the Mako Group. I had a lot of problems, but the promise of a compact, portable SBR keeps me tinkering with it.

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American Tactical Imports De-milled Russian 7.62x39mm Rifle Ammunition from SGAmmo.com Review

American Tactical Imports De-milled Russian 7.62x39mm Rifle Ammunition from SGAmmo.com Review

At less than half the price of brass cased ammunition and 20% less than the steel cased ammo I usually shoot, I gave the de-milled remanufactured American Tactical Imports 7.62x39mm ammunition from SGAmmo.com a try.

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S.P. Richards Company Secure Key Cabinet Review
By September 23, 20130 Comments Read More →

S.P. Richards Company Secure Key Cabinet Review

This lockable key cabinet by SP Richards is great for securing the keys you might be using to keep your ammunition locked up from your child or other children.

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