In 2018, I’m not sure why this is even a matter of debate. Especially with the highway of knowledge called the internet. FMJs shouldn’t be carried; even in states (I’m only aware of New Jersey but there could be others) where hollow point use isn’t allowed. Finding that better option will take time on your part, but in the end, you will have yourself a round that is more efficient at stopping an attacker than your bulk-bought ball ammo.
Finding budget-friendly gear can be difficult, especially where knives are concerned. Some of the offerings out there will crack with any amount of force, others will dull the moment you look at them, and some just completely fall apart with little use. When I bought the Rat 1 it was because I didn’t want my Spyderco Tenacious getting mucked up at a job I had started as an animal caretaker, but it didn’t take long for the Rat 1 to become one of my all-time favorite pocket knives.
The Lionheart LH9CN, is a gun that is relatively unknown… a lot of people have heard of them, they’ve heard a lot of things, but there isn’t a lot of information out there on them it seems. In this review, we’ll be going over what you get in the box, an explanation of what double action + is, my thoughts on the gun, and then the history and the changes Lionheart has made to the platform (allll the way at the end). Buckle in, because this will be a long one!
Alright, everyone, Patriot Cop came up with a topic he wanted to share with you all. That is, why the Glock pistol became as popular as it has in recent years. Why do you think it got to be as popular as it was? Well…you’re about to find out.
One of the things that I have found to be the more difficult aspect of gun ownership is figuring out if the light will fit on a particular handgun that I have. I have been misled by Amazon reviews and I honestly don’t want to modify my lights to make them fit on one specific gun. In this post, I will be keeping track of what lights won’t fit on which guns.