The first 1911 I bought was because I felt like I had to. I was really getting into guns and really talking to a lot of people about guns. Typically, I was met with the Glock fan boys who advocated Glocks to no end, but the most pressure I felt was from the 1911 loyalist.
If you are new to guns and are starting to really get into the gun culture you will immediately be overcome by the thick smog of 1911 sanctitude. I love 1911′s and I think they are one of the worlds most beautiful guns, but you can’t help but feel like the 1911 is shoved down your throat (Glocks are too).
You can’t say anything bad about a 1911 without being mulled over and spit on by 1911 loyalist while they chant about how John Browning is a genius and the 1911 is a tac driver, or that the 1911 is the Gun of America and so forth and so on. READ MORE
The Avenger movie was awesome. Again, the Avenger movie was awesome. However, there was something about the Black Widow that irked me to no end. Sooooo, you really want me and the rest of the world to believe that you helped save the world from an alien invasion with a pair of Glock 26s?
I love the Glock 26, but when Nick Fury asked you to be part of the Avengers your rational mind thought it was ok to bring a pair Glock 26s to what was essentially WWXV ?
I really wish I came up with the concept of Gun Culture 2.0 alluding to the new face of the gun community. To be frank, I hate the fact I did not write this article, but this article does a much better job then I ever could of explaining the new generation of gun owners.
I have been saying for some time now that the gun community is so much more diverse than anyone could have ever imagined and the backwoods I hate everyone who don’t look like me stereotype is quickly being overshadowed by smorgasbord of responsible, educated, passionate gun lovers.
The gun community is now a viable market and that comes with good and bad, but one thing is clear, the face of the gun community now looks like you and me and him and her. Guns became so taboo that now it’s cool, but one theme stays consistent throughout, “the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed. READ MORE
I’ve always liked the idea of an SBR #OperatorLife. More specifically, I am obsessed with wield-ability when it comes to rifles. I can’t think of a better feeling than a rifle that in your hands wields perfectly, especially when I am doing high risk entries in the Hamptons #Sarcasm. I tend to liken wield-ability to traction control on a sports car.
In Texas it is not illegal to drink while carrying, but it is illegal to be intoxicated while carrying. Lol. I love the smell of ambiguity in the morning don’t you? Some people are adamantly against any kind of drinking while they are carrying a firearm and some people don’t give two shits. Personally, I don’t believe in carrying while you’re drunk or tipsy, but that’s such a grey area its really hard to draw a definitive line. READ MORE
Remember that rich kid from high school you hated? He had a brand new car his freshman year, had all the girls, and everyone liked him. You couldn’t stand him, not because he was rich, had a new car and all the girls wanted him, you hated him because, well, you liked him too. You tried, you really did, but no matter how hard you tried you couldn’t help but like him (how do you fail at being a hater?). READ MORE