Articles from ampaterry

  1. Highway Holster

    My normal carry is a Glock 17 worn IWB or OWB at 4 oclock. With all the mess going on today, I did NOT like the idea of sitting on my weapon in such a way that it is almost impossible to get to, being hidden under my ample behind. Our normal road vehicle is a 2014 Nissan Pathfinder Platinum. I do NOT like the idea of sitting it in a cupholder, because we like to get coffee on the road, and neither do I like it tucked into the door side pocket due to lack of depth making it possible to flip...
  2. Taurus Raging Judge; .410, .45 colt, .454 Casull

    It took me years, but I finally got my Raging Judge, Stainless, 6 1/2 barrel. I figured this would be a great around-home carry, the .410 for those rattlers and copperheads that attack me every now and then. If they do not attack I leave them alone of course, since Tennessee State Law forbids killing ANY snake unless it attacks.
    I figured the .45 Colt would be good for practice and normal use, and the .454 would be there for the occasional raging Rhinoceros, hippopotamus, elephant, polar...
  3. Tavor SAR-FD18 review

    This rifle from IWI (Israel Weapons Industries) is the first bull-pup design I have ever handled. In this style of rifle, the action is back in the stock area, the magazine and ejection port are both behind the trigger area instead of ahead of it. This allows having a longer barrel in a compact rifle. Consider these pictures, and remember this rifle has an 18 inch barrel.

    This 5.56 has an 18 inch barrel, but does not look like it!
    Besides being compact, the heft - the balance - of this...
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