To Ride, Shoot Straight, and Speak the Truth – 100 Years of Colonel Jeff Cooper

May is the Centennial of Col. Jeff Cooper. Jeff Cooper is truly one of the legends of the firearms community. For those not familiar with Col. Cooper and what he’s done I offer this short article to acquaint you with the Colonel. I hope this inspires you to pursue additional information and learn more about […]

Words for the New Concealed Carrier – And Some Good Stuff for the Veterans As Well

I recently had the opportunity to facilitate a concealed carry (CCW) workshop at one of the local gun shops. These workshops are put on by San Diego County Gun Owners (SDCGO) and hosted by various shops and ranges throughout the county. The workshops describe the process of obtaining a CCW permit in San Diego County, […]

The Joys of Reloading – Part Two, the Dillon Super 1050

If you’ve been reading the articles on this page for a while, you may remember my first reloading article published in August of 2017. In that article I discussed my entry into the world of reloading and my reasons for learning to reload my own ammunition. I started my journey with the Hornady Lock-N-Load Auto […]

“The Gun That Won The West” – Everyone Should Own a Lever Gun, They’re Just Too Much Fun!

Since rediscovering firearms a few years ago, I’m continually amazed at how much fun I’m having with each new thing I try out. When I bought my first handgun (Glock 34) and started going to the range I thought, “wow, this is really cool”. Once I was comfortable shooting at the range, I discovered USPSA […]

The Evil Gun Culture – Really?

New York State Assemblywoman Linda Rosenthal (D) recently proposed legislation that would ban all high school shooting programs throughout the state. The ban would also include air rifle teams and archery clubs. Rosenthal stated the following to the Associated Press: “Schools should not be supporting the spread of gun culture in society.” She further stated, “If […]

The Best Approach to Kids and Guns – Is It Better to Ban Books or Teach Kids to Read?

All photos used in this piece are Courtesy of Guns Save Life, a 2A advocacy group working throughout Illinois. Please visit their website to learn more. In our society, the current approach to the subject of children and guns seems more like banning books than teaching kids how to read. That approach is almost certainly […]

WAVES Charity Shoot – How Much Longer Will Great Events Like This Be Possible in California?

The following is a description of the WAVES Project taken directly from the WAVES Project website: “The WAVES Project is a 501 c (3) Non-Profit and has been established to provide an opportunity for American Veterans with service connected disabilities and their families to experience scuba diving. Each veteran and a dive companion of their choice […]