Sooner or later somebody had to figure out that one can combine the retention mechanism of a “space-gun” race holster with a full body for a more conventional, yet still super smooth, closed-body holster
According to Trijicon, their new RMR HD was specifically designed for Law Enforcement and Military. Apart from some obvious benefits like new reticle options, it includes a forward-facing light sensor. This really struck a chord with me, so rather than taking one to the range, we mounted it on a blue gun and tested it in some real-world environments.
Part of your competition shooting journey is trying out different setups to see what works, and what does not work for you. Waldo tried the Ghost Hybrid Holster and Hybrid Magazine Pouch and found it a combination to start off your competition journey.
Glock pistols tend to be conservative in design, and the Slimline series is no exception. But the aftermarket offers an unbelievable range of options. Guest writer Nigel Hulleman is one of the founding members and a contributor to Sport Shooter Magazine.
Guest writer Nigel Hulleman is one of the founding members and a contributor to Sport Shooter Magazine. And a huge Glock fan. In this article, he admits that Glock has its work cut out to keep up with double-stack micro pistols from Springfield and Sig, but notices that all is not lost.
Guest writer Nigel Hulleman is one of the founding members and a contributor to Sport Shooter Magazine. In part one of our three part series on the Slimline Glocks, Nigel compared the Glock 43X and Glock 48, and the result was not what he expected.
Whenever I think about ballistics at handgun distances - usually when helping people with sight calculations - I think in terms of straight lines. Not because I don't understand the math, but because making the right simplifications can help us see the forest for the trees.