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The JMCK Review: A modern holster for a classic firearm

When I think of holsters for classic stainless steel S&W K-frame revolvers, I typically think of something made of nice high quality leather, or an old school law enforcement duty holster. Kydex is not something I usually associate with revolvers. … Continue reading

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Shades of Gray…

This post could also be “The Dark Tides of Night and Pistol Sights Part 2”. Recently I watched a YouTube video from an instructor I have a great deal of respect for and he was talking about sights. His preference … Continue reading

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A Companion Page

I decided to create a companion Facebook page for my blog. The idea is to have a place to post links to my own content on a platform that is easier to follow, and also have a place to post … Continue reading

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Two Schools of Thought: A reload story

There are a lot of different ways to reload a revolver. There is an incredible number of minor variations. We are not going to dive into the deep end on it, but we are going to dangle one foot into … Continue reading

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Into the fray

When I decided I was going to shoot a revolver all year and really put some energy into it, I had a few things I wanted to make sure I did. One of those is shoot some matches with a … Continue reading

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A change…

If you noticed in my post about the JMCK holster, there was also another new gear item in the picture. A Safariland double Split Six speedloader pouch. I have toyed with pouches in the past, but mostly with regard to … Continue reading

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Something came in the mail today…

The second week of April, I ordered a JM Custom Kydex IWB 3 holster for my S&W 66. I had been making do with a modified OWB kydex rig that I engineered to work IWB. It was an acceptable, but … Continue reading

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