Hideout Guns

Six of the Smallest Handguns on the Market Today

 

Stash em’ where you might need them! You never know when you’ll need a Friend!

I can attest that the NAA Black Widow in .22 Magnum/.22 Long Rifle is a handy pocket rocket!

 

Know Your Weapons: The Complex History of the Browning Hi-Power

NAZIS, NOMS DE GEURRE AND THE COMPLEX HISTORY OF THEĀ HI-POWER

 

Very often the genius of John Moses Browning’s design of the 1911 overshadows the amazing accomplishment of the Hi-Power.

The Wermacht and the SS knew a Good Firearm when they saw it and a very limited number were issued to front line units in the later stages of WW2.

 

History of the Failure Drill: Mozambique Revolt Roots

HISTORY OF THE FAILURE DRILL:
MOZAMBIQUE REVOLT ROOTS

 

This drill is still as relevant today as it was fifty years ago, if not more so with both drug abuse and bullet proof vest becoming more and more common with criminal turds.

“Two the Chest and One to the Head to Make Them Dead!”

 

 

 

Don’t Forget to Drill on Head Shot’s

 

Every time I see a hostage situation video and the end result is the bad guy getting a free lobotomy (as above) I am reminded of the Practicality of Drilling for such an event with both my pistol and rifle.

Why? Because when seconds count, the Cops are an hour away.

Don’t depend on somebody else to save your life or the life of your loved ones.

Train, Train and Train Some More!

A better and more specific term for the “Head Shot” would be the “Cranial T.”

Imagine drawing a uppercase T on the bad guy’s face starting at the eyes, not the forehead. Why?

The below picture is of a POS who took a 9mm MP-5 round to the forehead.

 

Two inches lower and it would have been light’s out for the Missing Link.

This article from SOFREP “Heads are Harder than you Think” explains things perfectly.

Bottom Line: Drill on taking these kind of shots regularly from various ranges with both handgun and rifle.

Because there is nobody coming to save you.

Prepare Accordingly.

*Similar Articles on the Practicality of Training for Head Shot’s can be Found HEREĀ and HERE.

Myths about Bringing a Knife to a Gunfight

Myths about Bringing a Knife to a Gunfight

 

If you carry a Handgun for Self-Defense you should dedicate a LARGE block of your monthly training to knife attacks.

They happen more frequently than you think and due to Hollyweird and Fantasy Gunfight Training most armed civilians and sadly a large percentage of law enforcement have no clue how to properly deal with them.

If you can still find them, check out Kelly McCann’s Combative Pistol/Knife and Dog Brothers Die Less Often DVD’s.

They are two of the most Practical/No bullshit pieces of training regarding how to “deal” with violent street knife attacks.

 

 

 

Prepare Accordingly and Train Realistically!