As has been said many times before, the first rule of gunfighting is to have a gun. I am not going to preach what is the best gun for the job, because everyone has their own thoughts on the subject. The simple truth is that the best gun for a gunfight is the one you
As any front line soldier knows, if you have jungle rot, corns, bunions or athlete’s foot, you aren’t going anywhere. Which means if you’re going to be marching, hiking or merely spending much of your time on your feet, you’d better have comfortable shoes or boots. Blackhawk’s boot (center) flanked by HiTech Magnum (left) and
Custom Firearm Finishes (CFF), operating out of Eagle River, Alaska, will paint your weapon with a specific personalized pattern which should satisfy the most frustrated and/or discriminating gun owner. Yes, the operative word is “paint”, and no, that doesn’t mean some grade three, two-minute spray job out of an aerosol can bought at Wally World.
Twenty years ago no one locked their doors, cars or slept with their windows shut. In fact, I remember as a boy the only door that was closed at the ranch was the screen door—and that only to keep the dogs and other critters out. The thought of having to lock your doors during the