Glock

The Glock 25 in .380. Sure, you want one, but you better have a badge a step up from a tin star if you want to get your hands on one in the U.S.

Rounding Out Your Glock Collection

“Collect them all!” is how the tag line so often goes. When it comes to Glocks, though, sometimes that just isn’t possible. “The G25 and G28, corresponding to the G19 and G26, are Glock’s .380 models. The .380 lacks the energy to work a locked-breech system, so these are simple blowback pistols. … Why...

A practiced off-hand target competitor. Her rifle is just that, a rifle.

Why Guns are not Necessarily Weapons

Noted and award-winning author Wayne van Zwoll succinctly explains why calling your gun–and my gun, and their guns–”weapons” is a problem. “… I take exception to the use of ‘weapon’ in describing firearms never intended to be weapons—and even those that were. ‘Weapon’ has nothing to do with a mechanism or a firearm type....

The Gun Digest Book of the Glock

A Great Glock Shooting Book

  I started my career in the firearms industry working at a retail gun store and indoor shooting range. I clearly remember the Glock models we rented for use on the range and the subsequent sales we almost always made after someone had their first few trigger pulls with one. That was back in...

No matter your concealed carry gun or holster combination, you must practice with it.

Save Money When You Practice

One of the key elements of being effective with your concealed carry handgun is building the muscle memory you need to automatically function in a high-stress environment. The other elements include proper mindset and situational awareness, but we will talk about those later. Right now it’s all about practice. Those with a cynical view...