When I first thought about setting up for my CCW the concept of CCW insurance did not cross my mind at all initially. Then when I finally realized I needed an insurance policy for my CCW after learning about the benefits I initially assumed that any CCW insurance provider was just as good as any other. I was wrong.

USCCA Review for 2020: CCW Insurance Features, and Experience

USCCA Review for 2020: CCW Insurance Features, and ExperienceWhen I first thought about setting up for my CCW the concept of CCW insurance did not cross my mind at all initially. Then when I finally realized I needed an insurance policy for my CCW after learning about the benefits I initially assumed that any CCW insurance provider was just as good as any other. I was wrong. Let’s dive into just how wrong I was and why USCCA insurance has my personal stamp of approval moving forward. Must-Have Must-Have United States Concealed Carry Association (USCCA) Self-defense shield covers up to $250,000 for criminal defense protection and $2,000,000 for civil defense protection Avoid Jail: Receive up-front attorney retainer and bail bond funding Gold membership is $22/month or $247 annually. Learn More Quick Navigation What is Concealed Carry Insurance and Why Should I Bother? "Concealed Carry Insurance" Purchasing Guide Range of Coverage Straightforward Language Fair Pricing to Value Ratio Additional Resources USCCA Review: Pricing Breakdown Gold Platinum Elite Pros vs Cons for using USCCA Pros: Cons: CCW Insurance FAQs Q: What is covered under a CCW insurance policy? Q: Does the Coverage Include Bail Bonds? Q: What are the Policy Caps? Q: What Additional Value Comes with CCW Insurance? Comparisons with Other Insurance Providers Verdict What is Concealed Carry Insurance and Why Should I Bother? CCW insurance is an insurance policy specifically designed for those who are carrying a concealed weapon in the event that they are actually required to utilize it in self-defense or in an altercation and are enduring costs incurred due to insurance and the legal system. Even if you are justified in defending yourself you may still find yourself contending with challenges such as bail money, civil or criminal defense costs, and much more and in these instances CCW insurance suddenly seems terribly relevant. I know that I felt prepared for an altercation but I suppose I was not thinking about the aftermath of an altercation. As I looked further into it and thought more on the subject one of my favorite old sayings came to mind that prompted me to move forward with acquiring a concealed weapon insurance policy. “I’d rather have it and not need it than need it and not have it.” Concealed Carry Insurance Purchasing Guide USCCA was not my first choice because initially I thought that any CCW insurance would do the trick. While having any CCW insurance coverage is better than having none, I could not help but learn overtime that there are distinct differences in providers and the value that they each offered. Once I invested the effort to better educate myself on the topic I realized that there were still some serious factors I had not considered. Let me break down a few parameters that stood out to me as I reassessed my own coverage situation: Range of Coverage Have you ever opted for the cheapest car insurance and found out the hard way that it did not protect you in a specific situation that you were in? This same concept applies to your CCW Insurance. For instance, I’ve learned that many other CCW insurance providers are very limited in the type of weapons that they will cover. USCCA will cover other legal weapons such as bats, clubs, fists, blades, and more. Also worth reviewing whether or not your policy extends beyond state lines or protects against firearm theft. Taking the time to understand just what you’re paying for is something any good prepper should be doing anyway. Straightforward Language My other half and I have years of experience working alongside insurance providers in the roofing industry and have learned first-hand just how slippery language can be when it comes to insurance providers. One of the things I appreciate most about USCCA is how clear the price breakdowns are how straightforward the coverage seems to be. I just am not getting the sense that anyone is trying to pull one over on me. Fair Pricing to Value Ratio When I finally got to breaking down the math of how much various memberships are for USCCA oh, how much is provided per plan, and what the potential risks are of not caring the CCW insurance I came to the conclusion that all of the membership plans with USCCA are more than fairly priced and offer serious value. My experience with the gold membership level has been very smooth and I’m giving thought to upgrading to the platinum membership level. Additional Resources The sting of the monthly CCW insurance charge does not feel as terrible if I feel like I’m getting additional value beyond the coverage of the policy. Many providers grant access to training materials, educational content, discounts on gear, and so much more with membership and it really helps me better about the regular expense. It is also worth exploring just what additional content or value is provided and whether or not you personally would enjoy it or benefit from it. Some of the legal resources available through CCW insurance providers are very useful. USCCA Review: Pricing Breakdown As I mentioned before, I’m fond of keeping things clean and simple so that they may be easily understood with little room for misinterpretation. The USCCA price breakdown keeps it clean and simple in a way that I enjoy and makes me feel comfortable moving forward with. There are three different primary membership levels that gradually increase in cost per month, services provided, and total insured amounts. Each membership also grants access to the monthly letter, educational content, and more. The three memberships are broken down as follows: Gold First-tier of membership. Cost $22 per month or $247 per year Insured up to $600,000 in self-defense Shield protection. Up to $500,000 for civil suit defense and damages. Up to $100,000 criminal defense protection upfront attorney retainer. $5,000 to $50,000 and upfront bail bond funding. Worth noting that there are circumstance Pacific stipulations regarding this topic. Up to $350 per day for compensation while in civil court. Up to $3,000 for personal hardship coverage. Up to $3,000 for psychological support. Platinum Second-tier of membership. Cost $30 per month or $347 per year. Insured up to $1,150,000 in self defense Shield protection. Up to $1000000 in civil suit defense and damages. Up to $150,000 and criminal defense protection upfront attorney retainer. $25,000 to $250,000 an upfront bail bond funding. Up to $500 per day for compensation while in civil court. Up to $4,000 in personal hardship coverage. Up to $4,000 in psychological support. Elite Third-tier of membership. Cost $47 per month or $497 per year. Ensure for up to 2250000 dollars in self-defense Shield protection. Up to $2000000 in civil suit defense in Damages. Up to $250,000 in criminal defense protection upfront attorney retainer. 50000 to $500,000 and upfront bail bonding money. Up to $750 a day for compensation while in civil court. Up to $6,000 for personal hardship coverage. Up to $6,000 psychological support. If you’re unsure which membership level is ideal for you I would think to either to start with the basic Gold level and learn more from there or have a conversation with a representative from USCCA and dive a little deeper to determine which selection is best for you. Must-Have Must-Have "United States Concealed" Carry Association (USCCA) Self-defense shield covers up to $250,000 for criminal defense protection and $2,000,000 for civil defense protection Avoid Jail: Receive up-front attorney retainer and bail bond funding Gold membership is $22/month or $247 annually. Learn More Pros vs Cons for using USCCA Creating a list of pros and cons is another tried-and-true tactic that I’ve used many times when trying to decide a course of action and it seems useful here as well when reviewing this CCW provider. I honestly struggled a bit to come up with some cons to using this service provider. Here is a list of my pros and cons for using USCCA: Pros: Pricing is more than fair. Plenty of training and educational materials available with memberships. Clear and direct pricing models. Access to an experienced knowledgeable community  and network of USCCA certified trainers. 100% american-based company. Variety of discounts available to members. Regular updates on changes to gun related laws are useful for keeping up to speed. Cons: There’s no denying that CCW insurance is an expense that you are paying for monthly without use until it is actually needed. I understand that when it is needed it is incredibly valuable but there is that emotional reaction of spending money each month on something you are not physically seeing. The amount of emails and advertisements that I’ve been targeted with since joining is noticeable. This can be rectified to a degree via unsubscribing from the email list. USCCA policy coverage is not available in all states across the US. Washington, New Jersey, and New York currently are not able to access USCCA coverage. CCW Insurance FAQs Q: What is covered under a CCW insurance policy? A: Just exactly what is covered under a CCW insurance policy and to what amounts will vary greatly by provider and membership level. Ideally a CCW insurance policy will provide coverage for court costs, medical costs, lost income replacement, mental health costs, and more. Even if you are in the right and defending yourself there are still many costs that can suddenly accrue in the event of a hostile or emergency situation. Just like medical bills, we often think that we don’t need to be prepared for the worst case scenario until we experience one. Q: Does the "Coverage Include Bail" Bonds? A: When looking over various policies I’ve learned over the years that it’s not always what’s listed that matters but what might be missing from the list that makes all the difference. There are CCW insurance policies that give decent coverage for court costs and medical bills but might leave you hanging out to dry when it comes to the bail bond. My thought is to make a point to look for mention of bail bond coverage when reviewing possible CCW insurance provider options. Q: What are the Policy Caps? A: A policy cap means the financial point where insurance providers stop covering you. Say you have legal fees up to $5,000 but your policy cap for this circumstance is $4,000. This would leave you financially responsible for the remaining $1,000 in this instance. I’ve had countless experiences with insurance providers being subtly difficult with policy language so I recommend making a serious point to clarify policy caps when selecting your own CCW insurance policy. Q: "What Additional Value" Comes with CCW Insurance? A: Here’s another one that varies from company to company but these days I’m starting to observe more and more companies working hard to give additional training and educational content to sweeten the deal, so to speak. You can expect many of these CCW providers to offer discounts on gear with partnered companies, legal resources, content focused on gun safety, access to firearm focused forums and communities, updates on expos, and so much more. Seems to me like they’re racing to stand out from one another and we the consumers benefit from this contest of theirs. Comparisons with "Other Insurance Providers" We have head to head comparitive reviews with other providers. Check them out: CCW Safe vs USCCA American Citizens Legal Defense Network vs USCCA Verdict I hope you found my personal USCCA review helpful. I understand that it’s hard to become excited about purchasing insurance but the amount of value and coverage packed in with each USCCA policy, the amount of educational and training content, and the fair pricing model leaves me with less of a questionable taste in my mouth than your average insurance policy purchase. When reviewing USCCA as an option I never felt pressured to move forward, it’s just laid out plainly and you can choose to move forward or not. On a personal note, I do appreciate opportunities to support American companies and that does factor into my decision. Again, CCW insurance is an example of “I’d rather have it and not need than need it and not have it” and the USCCA stands out to me as the best provider of CCW coverage for the reasons listed above. Seems to me like they are trying to create additional value to give the members so you really feel like you’re more than your money’s worth. I mean, they currently have a contest going to win a chance to train with Tim Kennedy. How many insurance providers put that kind of opportunity on the table? All in all, anyone who asks me for advice about CCW insurance will be guided toward the USCCA as I am very pleased with my current Gold membership level and might even bump up a level down the line here to the Platinum membership level. Must-Have Must-Have United States Concealed Carry Association (USCCA) Self-defense shield covers up to $250,000 for criminal defense protection and $2,000,000 for civil defense protection Avoid Jail: Receive up-front attorney retainer and bail bond funding Gold membership is $22/month or $247 annually. Learn More Other interesting articles: USCCA vs US Law Shield: Which CCW Insurance is Better in 2020? CCW Safe vs USCCA: Which Concealed Carry Insurance is Better? Armed "Citizens Legal Defense" Network vs USCCA: CCW Insurance Comparison Best Concealed Carry Insurance for 2020: How to Choose?

Targets for Shooting Long Range

Targets for Shooting Long Range

/* custom css */ { text-align: left; } img { margin: 0 auto 0 0; } I like a large board on which to hang paper targets. The larger 1000 yard targets are ideal because their large area allows you to see hits that are off the mark. This is essential when checking zeros at longer range. The F-Class center is a little smaller than the 1000-yard target and I use it to practice for those shoots. There are no special targets that will make us better shooters. To be better shooters we need to use targets for shooting a lot and regularly. Here are some good targets for long-range shooting. Shooting at a variety of targets and scenarios is more like training. Practice makes us better shots; training wins matches and prepares us for difficult situations. Getting your own targets for shooting is the key. Not all of us have the luxury to have a shooting range nearby let alone a long-range facility. With a little engineering and help from some target makers, any safe stretch of BLM or other public ground can become our fun house and give us the training we need in between matches and practice shoots. My formal 1000-yard range is 120 miles one way from my house. I cannot always make it out for practice sessions although I go as much as I can. These days one has to save travel money for the matches so I practice close by the house with the help of some prefab targets. For getting on paper I use a target board. The rifle has to be printed on paper to see what it is really doing. Mostly it is for shooting groups and sighting in rifles at 100 yards. It is big enough though, I can shoot at further ranges and show hits on the paper while fine-tuning my ballistic charts. This paper target helps me get some of my elevations set and also I can check variances in different climates. The paper target backstop is made from some scrap plywood and 2×6 lumber that fit into a metal upright stand. It breaks down quickly and fits in the back of the truck for easy set up in the field. I can staple any target on it and since I shoot F-Class competition I use a replacement center for along-range paper target. For closer groups that I want to record for later reference I use a Benchrest type target that can be put into a ring binder. These are made out of a heavy grade plastic-coated paper and hold up well in a binder. These record the actual group and any other info on weather and the load that was used. MGM Targets make a great long range reactive target they call the Flash Target. It is a 10 strike area and that equals one minute at 1000 yards. It is a challenging target and the plastic cards can be seen moving at long distances. Shooting the paper target is doable out to around 400 or 500 yards without a vehicle to get back and fourth to score the targets. I can usually use the exercise but I don’t always have the time to walk back and forth to 1000-yard targets. Sometimes I will put the ATV in the back of the truck and set up a portable shooting bench like the one Caldwell offers for longer range shooting. For just getting the elevation I will many times use the Caldwell Tack Driver Shooting Bag right on the hood of the truck (Idaho Shooting Bench) and drive back and forth to the target. It is faster than moving the shooting table to different ranges. The Caldwell bags off the hood are not as comfortable as a bench and a front rest, but for portability in shooting different long ranges in the field they work great. Related GunDigest Articles EZ2C Target Review Video: Mastering the Basics of Precision Shooting GAP Grind 2015: GA Precision Long-Range Shooting Event One way I deal with the walk back and forth on the longer range stuff is to use reactive targets. Once the rifle is zeroed on paper and various elevation adjustments recorded I can practice on reactive targets placed in different positions. In the field being able to shoot targets at 1000 yards and see the hit is good practice and can be done without a couple of range buddies in the pit or running back and forth to see the score. I was surprised at how inexpensive steel targets from MGM Targets are. Considering they last forever with a lifetime guarantee and include the shipping, a backwoods rifleman can get plenty of long-range practice in the field without going back and forth. Two of my favorite reactive targets are tannerite and plastic cubes. The tannerite is a binary exploding target and adds some fun to the shooting. These cubes and spheres from Just Shoot Me Products can be spread out on a hillside or hung in the sagebrush for hard-to-spot reactive targets. They will jump when hit and roll to a different position to be engaged again. I like the attitude at MGM Targets (Mike Gibson Manufacturing). They dare you to tear up these targets. That’s confidence in their quality. I simply haven‘t been able to shoot these things apart. The strike plates are hard steel and the welds are neat and strong. They use hardened bolts instead of welding to hold the targets on to the stands so the hardness won’t be compromised from welding heat. About all the bullet does to them is knock the paint off.They come in white, but in winter black shows up better against snow. For longer range practice the Flash Target is a great choice. It has a 10-inch target area and with larger caliber bullets hits can be seen without a spotter past 600 yards. The smaller calibers don’t move it much further out. There are two plastic squares on the swivel bar; one is white and one florescent orange. The movement of the target is easily seen when the plastic squares move. The hanging gong swivels on a bar of stainless steel and has a zirk fitting to keep it lubricated. This target breaks down and will fit in a car trunk. It goes up in seconds.

Best SIG P320 Conversion Kits 2020 Top Picks Reviewed

Best SIG P320 Conversion Kits  2020 Top Picks Reviewed

If you’re looking for a great SIG P320 Conversion Kit, you’re not alone. There are all kinds of P320 enthusiasts who are probably in the same position as you are. They want to convert their current pistol into something that might be a better size for them. Who says you can’t convert a full-size P320 pistol into a sub-compact one for better concealability?​ In order to help you find the best conversion kit, we’ve put together a list of the five best SIG P320 Conversion Kits that are currently on the market. One of them might be yours to own if they are a close fit to your personal needs and preferences. Before we get to the list itself, let’s talk about the components of a conversion kit and how you can choose one that will be a much better fit for you. At a Glance: Our Top Picks for Sig P320 Conversion Kits OUR TOP PICK: Sig Sauer - Caliber X-change Kit Sig Sauer P320 Fullsize Sig Sauer - Caliber X-change Kit "Sig Sauer P320" Carry Sig Sauer - Caliber X-change Kit Sig Sauer P320 Compact BEST BUDGET OPTION: CAA Micro Conversion Kit (MCK Stabilizer) Sig Sauer P320 B&T USA - USW-320 Upgrade Chassis Comparison of the Best SIG "P320 Conversion Kits" IMAGE PRODUCT Our Top Pick Sig Sauer - Caliber X-change Kit Sig Sauer P320 Fullsize Best overall P320 Conversion Kit. Made from high-quality materials. Includes simple to assemble and disassemble components. View Latest PriceRead Customer Reviews Sig Sauer - Caliber X-change Kit Sig Sauer P320 Carry Available in various calibers. Runner-up for best overall P320 Conversion Kit. Includes a slide, magazine, grip module, and others. "View Latest Price" → "Read Customer Reviews" Sig Sauer - Caliber X-change Kit Sig Sauer P320 Compact High-quality components. Best P320 conversion kit for the money. Great for converting your pistol to a compact size. View Latest PriceRead Customer Reviews Best Budget Option CAA Micro Conversion Kit (MCK Stabilizer) Sig Sauer P320 Easy to install design. Made from high-quality materials. Easy to attach to most P320 pistols. View Latest PriceRead Customer Reviews B&T USA - USW- "320 Upgrade Chassis" It offers enhanced accuracy. Fits most P320 conversion kits Made from high-quality materials. View Latest PriceRead Customer Reviews Components of a Conversion Kit There are a few key components that consist of an entire conversion kit. You’ll need to know what’s included so you know what you’ll get. Here’s what you’ll likely see in a P320 Conversion Kit: Grip Module A grip module will most definitely be a component you’ll need. However, you’ll need to know a couple of things about it before it’s either a “go” or “no go”. First, does it fit your hand size? Second, what type of pistol size is it (full-size, compact, sub-compact, etc.)? Don’t find one that will be ill-fit for your ideal P320 pistol. Sig Sauer - Caliber X-change Kit Sig Sauer P320 Fullsize Slide Your slide will consist of the other half of the pistol itself. Once again, you’ll need to know which pistol you plan on converting it to so you can get the right size. Remember, a full-size slide won’t be able to fit a pistol that is considered compact or smaller. Slide The slide is attached to the top part of your pistol. This will provide a sliding action each time you pull the trigger and fire your pistol. When the pistol slides back, it will discard the casing of the shot that you just fired. How to Choose a SIG P320 Conversion Kit Finding the right SIG P320 conversion kit will take some time and a little bit of detective work. You need to know how to distinguish one from the other based on characteristics, what’s included in the kit, and any additional features that are relevant to you. Here’s what you need to look for while choosing a conversion kit: Price If you’re someone who tends to be a budget shopper, obviously the price tag is the first thing you’re going to look for. One thing to know is that it should not be the only reason why you should get a conversion kit. Don’t settle for something that’s low in quality just because it’s cheap. Always place quality at a high priority, even if it means buying a conversion kit that might be on the higher end of your budget scale. What’s Included in the Kit? All kits should include the right kind of components. Especially the ones you need the most. Some kits may have what you need to make a complete conversion while others might have some parts that may not be needed until sometime later on. Either way, be sure to choose a kit that will have your grip module and a slide to ensure that they are the perfect fit for conversion. Materials The components in each kit are made from high-quality materials. This will equal out to better quality and a better chance at lasting a long time. For example, the grip modules will be made from polymer because of its durability and ability to resist damage and abuse. Quick Take - The Best "Sig P320 Conversion" Kits These are our recommendations for the best Sig P320 conversion kits: Sig Sauer - Caliber X-change Kit Sig Sauer Caliber Fullsize Sig Sauer - Caliber X-change Kit "Sig Sauer Caliber" Carry Sig Sauer - Caliber X-change Kit Sig Sauer Caliber Compact Review of the Best SIG P320 Conversion Kits Below is a list of the five best SIG P320 Conversion Kits currently on the market. As you look through each one, it is important to make a note of what’s included along with some other features and characteristics that you believe are interesting to you. Once you find one that is considered the best match for you, you can buy it and give it a try for yourself. Now, let’s unveil our “best overall” P320 Conversion Kit: Best Overall: Sig Sauer - Caliber X-change Kit Sig Sauer Caliber Fullsize CHECK LATEST PRICE Pros Super Durable Components Will Convert Into a Full-Sized P320 The Grip Module Works For Most Hand Sizes The Magazine is Reliable and Allows For Smooth Shooting Components Are Easy to Assemble Onto Your Fire Control Block Cons None What Recent Buyers Report A lot of recent buyers were able to easily convert their P320 pistols from sub-compact or compact to a full-sized pistol with ease. One user said he wanted to change things up. After the conversion, he was able to use his newly converted pistol as his most reliable concealed carry pistol yet. Previously, he had only used it for competitive purposes. What "Recent Buyers Report" This has all the vital components you need with the inclusion of one of the much-needed accessories that can make a P320 function: a magazine. The magazine will perfectly fit the mag well and will give you 15 rounds of extraordinary firepower. It’s an added convenience that even we can’t say no to. Who Will Use This Most This will be a conversion kit that will be best used by those who want to convert sub-compact or compact sized pistols into a full-size. It will be great for concealed carry or even tactical situations for law enforcement or military personnel. Also, if you want a larger P320 this is the kit to go with. What Could Be Improved and Why With no obvious cons, we can still think of something that might be worth adding into the mix. Since a magazine is included, why not include a holster that will fit your new full-sized pistol like a glove. It can be an inside the waistband holster or an OWB holster. Either way, it will be the perfect addition to this kit and can be useful once you’ve successfully converted your P320. Bottom Line If you’re looking for a conversion kit that is considered the best of the best and would be ideal for turning your current compact or sub-compact pistol into a full-sized P320, this Sig Sauer Caliber X-Change Kit will definitely be right up your alley. Especially when you want an alternative to buying a new pistol that might set you back by hundreds of dollars. Runner-up: ​ Sig Sauer - Caliber X-change Kit Sig Sauer Caliber Carry CHECK LATEST PRICE Pros "Super Durable Components" Easy to Assemble and Disassemble Magazine Fits the Mag Well Perfectly Great For Converting From One Caliber to Another Excellent Kit For You to Experiment With Other Calibers Cons Some Fitting May Be Required Some Have Had An Issue With the Installation Process Some Say the Magazine May Not Accept Some Caliber Rounds ​What Recent Buyers Report A lot of users were happy with the P320 conversion kit. They were able to try out new calibers that were different. One user converted his 9mm into a .45 ACP and said it was slightly better. He said that while he loves 9mm calibers, for some reason he’s decided to stick with the .45 on his P320 pistol. ​What Recent Buyers Report This may not be a size conversion of sorts for a P320. It’s more of a conversion kit to try out new calibers. There might be a time when you get tired of firing off the same old shots. That’s where this kit will come into play. You can switch out one caliber with the other and give it a spin. If you like it, keep it. If you don’t, switch it to something else. ​Who Will "Use This Most" This will be used by mostly concealed carry users who might be interested in a change in caliber. Some might not be satisfied with 9mm calibers and want to switch it to something with more power. And there might be those who want to convert from a .45 to a 9mm. Either way, there’s a caliber that you can consider your new “go-to” that will be ready for conversion. ​ What Could Be Improved and Why This kit should include additional magazines that will perfectly fit the caliber that you choose. Some magazines can accept a 9mm, but won’t fit any other caliber rounds. It would lessen the frustration if you included magazines that would fit the appropriate shots you intend to use. ​Bottom Line If you’re looking to switch calibers on your P320, you’ll need a conversion kit that will definitely stand out. The Caliber X-Change Conversion Kit might be just what you need so you can upgrade your P320 pistol to the next level, even if it means switching out calibers. Best for the Money: Sig Sauer - Caliber X-change Kit Sig Sauer Caliber Compact CHECK LATEST PRICE Pros Great ​For EDC Carry Affordable For Most Budgets Great For Better Concealability The Grip is Nice and Sturdy "For Most Hand" Sizes Easily Convert a Full-Sized Pistol Into a Compact Pistol Cons Some Fitting May Be Required Installation May Be a Challenge For Some The Magazine Might Be a Little Too Tight of a Fit ​ W hat Recent Buyers Report Most recent buyers were looking to turn their P320 pistols into a more compact, concealable version of the pistol itself. They managed to easily make it convertible from a full-size to the compact size in a matter of minutes. One user said that he had to convert to a compact size because carrying a full-size was too uncomfortable for him. ​What Recent Buyers Report Now we turn our attention to the size down from full-size. We consider this one of the best sizes for your P320 if your main goal is to make it as concealable as possible all while not making it too small for your hands. Of course, it includes all the fixings like your slide, grip module, and a magazine that can hold up to 15 rounds. ​Who Will Use This Most This will be a conversion kit that will get the attention of many every day carry users. Especially when they might be having a concealability issue with a full-sized pistol. It might be easier for them to convert to a smaller size without having to blame either the holster or purchase a new pistol that might be even more expensive. ​What Could Be Improved and Why The magazine can use a little size reduction so it’s not too tight or too loose of a fit in the mag well. You want it to be reliable enough to feed your chamber the shots you want to fire off. Too tight of a fit might complicate that. ​Bottom Line If you’re looking for an excellent conversion kit that will turn any P320 pistol into a compact size, this Sig Sauer conversion kit might be the answer. Nothing makes a P320 more concealable and out of plain sight better than a compact size. 4. Caa Micro Conversion Kit (MCK Stabilizer) Sig Sauer Caliber CHECK LATEST PRICE Pros Fits Most P320 Calibers Super Durable and Tough All Over Easy To Assemble and Disassemble Ambidextrous, Best For Left-Handed Shooters Great For Concealed Carry and Tactical Applications Cons Some Fitting Might Be Required Some Sizes May Compromise Concealability Installation Might Be a Bit of a Challenge For Some Users What Recent Buyers Report Most recent buyers were concealed carry users or use their P320 for tactical or occupational reasons (i.e.--police and military). They were satisfied with how quick and easy it was for them to convert their pistols into a decent size that was great for concealability. They also were satisfied with the overall rugged design. What Recent Buyers Report This conversion kit is considered to be one of the best on the market when it comes to fast assembly or disassembly. Either way, you slice it, you’ll be able to put this to good use in a matter of minutes. Once you have it installed, it will be ready for battle no matter which application you use your P320 for. Who Will Use This Most This will likely be a favorite among the government agents and law enforcement personnel. It will also be a great kit that is useful for your regular concealed carry user. No matter who uses it, they’ll get a kit that is simple to use and makes the P320 much more usable and concealable. What Could Be Improved and Why A possible improvement that can be done is including a grip module that will work nicely with this conversion kit. This kind of kit takes care of the barrel part of your P320 pistol . Looking at this and seeing no pistol grip module, it looks a little incomplete. Bottom Line If you’re looking for a conversion kit that will turn your pistol into a tactical beast, the CAA Micro Conversion Kit might be exactly what you’re looking for. Just add this onto your P320 pistol and you’ll have one that is battle-ready whenever you need it the most. 5. B&T USA - USW-320 Upgrade Chassis CHECK LATEST PRICE Pros Perfect For Concealability Compatible With Most P320 Conversion Kits The Grip is Nice and Solid, It Provides an Excellent Hold Super Durable, It Can Handle All Kinds of Impact and Abuse Very Accurate With Targets Situated From as Far as 50 Yards Out Cons None ​What Recent Buyers Report Most recent buyers used this chassis as the framework for their P320 pistol conversion. A lot of them were satisfied with the design being solid and durable. Their firing group assemblies from their pistols fit this chassis perfectly, making it ready to go for installing the P320 conversion kit of their choice. ​What Kit That Will A chassis is the cornerstone of any conversion process. Without it, you won’t be able to convert your P320 into a different size or caliber. You can call this the framework of how to get it done. Other than that, it’s solid in construction and will actually serve you better in the long run if you intend to turn your pistol into an accurate force to be reckoned with. ​ Who Will Use This Most This chassis will be a much-needed accessory for a successful pistol conversion. So it will be used across many users like your concealed carry users, law enforcement, military, and other users. Whether you convert it into a full-size or a compact, this chassis will fit your P320 kit of choice. ​ What Could Be Improved and Why This chassis may need something that can turn into a nice package deal. We’re thinking a set of magazines will do quite nicely. For example, you can include a set of magazines that will fit a full-sized 9mm P320. This way, you get a great chassis to work with but also a set of magazines that will perfectly fit your newly converted pistol. ​Bottom Line If you need something to start your conversion process with, a chassis like the B&T USA USW-320 Upgrade will help get you started. This is the closest that you can find that will fit all kinds of P320 conversion kits (including those that are on this list). Benefits of Investing in a Great Kit When you invest in a P320 conversion kit, you’re getting a few great benefits that will work to your advantage. It would be as if you’ve done an upgrade without buying so many accessories or tools. Here are some of the benefits you’ll get to enjoy with a new P320 conversion kit: Better Concealability Depending on which size your switching to, your pistol will be more concealable than ever before. This would be a great benefit to enjoy if you’re someone who conceal carries a pistol on a daily basis just in case danger might happen to lurk nearby. Better Accuracy Sometimes, converting your pistol may also be beneficial to your accuracy. It might depend on the size or even the caliber of the pistol you decide to convert to. Your shooting groups may tighten up if you’re shooting targets at various distances. Easier to Disassemble and Reassemble for Maintenance Most factory default pistols will be a challenge to disassemble and put back together after a simple cleaning or routine maintenance. The components of a P320 conversion kit when put together are easy to assemble and disassemble, making the cleaning or maintenance a lot easier to do. Types of Conversion Kits There are different conversion kits that you will want to choose from. It all depends on your personal preferences and needs when it comes to putting together the perfect P320 pistol. Here’s what’s available on the market today: Full-Size Conversion Kits This will have the parts you need to ensure that your pistol is a full-sized P320. This is the largest of the three available. It is also the standard size of a SIG P320. This will provide you with a good amount of concealability even if you’re converting it from a compact or sub-compact. Compact Conversion Kit This is one size down from the full-size. However, it maintains the same characteristics of the full-sized pistol and its functions. This will be a lot better for those who want better concealability but don’t want the pistol to be too small for their hand size. Sub-Compact Conversion Kit The sub-compact is the smallest of the SIG P320 sizes. This provides shooters with the ultimate concealability. This will have the same characteristics and firing ability as their compact and full-sized counterparts, but it will be mostly used by those who have smaller hands. Conclusion The best SIG P320 conversion kit is out there. You can choose to convert your full-size pistol to a smaller size or make an upgrade to size down for better concealability. If you want, you can even switch calibers. Either way, there’s a conversion kit just for your P320 pistol. Find the one that best fits your personal needs and preferences and you’ll be able to easily make the changes you want to it.

Iron Man Soldier Suit Real? TALOS

Iron Man Soldier Suit Real?  TALOS

Do we have the technology to make a super-soldier suit real? According to engineers with MIT and RDECOM (US Army Research, Development and Engineering Command), and a host of other researchers, we do . Enter the TALOS: Tactical Assault Light Operator Suit. The goals outlined on the the Federal Business Opportunities page for TALOS are defensive in nature, including: Improved armor/full-body ballistic protection. Enhanced endurance and agility (ex. powered exoskeleton) Augment soldier situational awareness (ex. sensors & combat-ready displays) Embedded body monitoring and medical function, including temperature regulation, weight distribution, oxygen management, and wound stasis. Sounds like a tall order to fill, but some prototypes have already emerged that fulfill a number of these parameters. One of the solutions for ballistic protection is a full-body exoskeleton made with phase-shifting materials, transforming from liquid to solid in milliseconds. Another TALOS technology includes a load-bearing exoskeleton that augments the soldier’s joints, reducing impact to the soldier’s body, conferring the wearer superhuman improvements to their endurance. Another development involves utilizing wound-sealing foam to treat injured TALOS wearers. …Sounds more like MJOLNIR tech , than Iron Man, to me (especially with the lack of offensive weaponry and sweet arc reactor power), but that’s just probably just my video game geekery showing. Master Chief knows what’s up. Images courtesy of (left) and contributor subtank, via (right). Unfortunately for the TALOS prototypes, the researchers working on the project don’t have a power source like Stark’s handy arc reactor. So, one of the design challenges is building a suit that has the electricity-sucking features, like command access, bio-medical monitoring, situational awareness monitoring, etc., and enough battery power to run them without making the suit too bulky or heavy. After all, one of the key goals for TALOS is to improve the soldier’s agility—kinda tricky if the wearer has to tote a car battery to keep the suit’s features running. Even with that hurdle to overcome, the US Army is confident with the progress made thus far that the TALOS prototypes will be ready for testing as early as June 2014, and field operational by 2018. I’ll admit, I think the concepts are awesome, but I’m going to hold out until the jump jet model releases. How about you? H/T to Denise Chow and Marc Lallanilla of The still featuring the Mark VI Iron Man suit is from the Jon Favreau film Iron Man 2 (2010).

Winchesters Bad Boy Smoothbore Model 97 Riot Gun

/* custom css */ { text-align: left; } img { margin: 0 auto 0 0; } When it comes to iconic collectable smoothbores, few hold a candle to the Winchester Model 97 Riot Gun. Whether brandished by Lee Marvin in The Professionals or wielded by William Holden in The Wild Bunch , the Winchester Model 97 Riot Gun is the bad boy of smoothbores. Paradoxically, it was also a favorite of early 20th century law enforcement agencies, including the Texas Rangers, the Los Angeles Police Department, Alcatraz prison guards, and the Union Pacific Railroad, to name just a few of the authenticated guns I have examined over the years. In fact, a rather pristine Model 97 Riot Gun that I have in my collection was purchased by the Pasadena Police Department in 1924, during the heyday of the “Roarin’ ’20s.” It is nothing short of fascinating that, with all these historical links, one wouldn’t want to own one. Because of its rugged yet fast-shooting action, the Model 97 Riot Gun is a favorite among Cowboy Action Shooters, and yet, due to those very attributes—its short, easy-to-swing 20-inch barrel, an Improved Cylinder open choke that makes it hard to miss in tight quarters, and an exposed hammer for easy cocking in times of stress—it's perfect for home-defense, as well. Still, it is hardly surprising that, in its standard 30-inch barreled configuration, the 12-gauge version of John Browning’s pump design was one of the most popular sporting shotguns in America around the turn of the last century. In more modern times, I remember rabbit hunting with a friend of a friend, many years ago, who was using his granddad’s old Model 97 riot gun as a brush clearing device with the first couple of shots, thereby exposing any cottontail stupid enough to still remain in the vicinity. The Model 97 was rugged and fast-shooting, making it a favorite of numerous law-enforcement agencies. The Model 1897 was a much-needed evolution of Browning’s Model 1893, a weaker gun that was designed for blackpowder and, consequently, was plagued by fouling problems and a resultant poor reputation. It was one of Browning’s least successful inventions, bad enough to the point that, after approximately 31,000 guns had been sold, Winchester offered dealers a trade of any unsold Model 93 for a brand new Model 97. Fortunately, by the time Browning’s improved 1897 slide-action came on the scene, not only was it mechanically more proficient, but, by then, smokeless powder was in vogue and the new firearm’s metallurgy was ready for it. With its solid-topped receiver and side ejection, the Model 1897 was a marked improvement over the Model 1893. In fact, the Model 97 stayed in the line until 1957, with 1,024,700 guns made. Initially chambered for the new 2¾-inch smokeless 12-gauge shells, the Winchester 97, like its 1893 predecessor, featured a tubular magazine that held five rounds. A forward movement of the automatic slide lock—usually recoil was enough—freed the pump handle for fast cycling of the action. First offered as a solid-frame model with a 30-inch barrel, a number of variations were eventually cataloged, including Field, Trap, and Pigeon Grades. However, the most dramatic of the Model 97’s configurations was the Riot Gun, which featured a 20-inch Cylinder-choked barrel. By 1898, a takedown version was also being produced. A note of warning: Riot Guns are so popular that many standard-length barrels have been cut down over the years, so, if buying the gun as an original or for investment, be sure the choke is marked CYL (Cylinder), the only authentic choke on a Riot Gun. Collectors will notice that many Model 97s show wear, given many saw action on battle fields or were carried often by law enforcement. Another fascinating variation of the Model 97 Riot Gun is the Model 97 Trench Gun, which was given a military countenance via a distinctive, ventilated “heat shield.” Normally in a hunting situation, a sporting arm such as the standard Model 97 isn’t fired enough to become too hot to hold—in a wartime firefight, that 20-inch tube can become sizzling. To prevent scorched hands, a perforated steel heat shield was affixed to the barrel, along with a bayonet lug. This lug was meant for the standard military M-1917 bayonet, but the bayonet’s 16½-inch blade interfered with the otherwise excellent balance of the Trench Gun and was cumbersome in close quarters, especially during the trench warfare of WWI. The bayonet looked menacing when affixed to the Trench Gun, but it hampered movement and, obviously, was only useful in last-ditch operations. The sling swivels that were often fitted onto the Trench Gun, on the other hand, were much more practical. Early WWI guns were unmarked, but a “U.S.” and Army ordnance “flaming bomb” stamped on the receiver completed the identity for WWII guns that were called back into service. Military loads often consisted of 00 buckshot, and an extra round in the chamber gave the Trench Gun a formidable capacity of six fast shots (in fact, sporting versions of the Model 97 were often advertised has having “six shots” even though their magazines only held five shells). Plus, the lack of a detent or trigger disconnect on the Model 97 meant a soldier could keep the trigger of his Trench Gun depressed and fire as fast as he could work the slide. The Trench Gun became so effective that it was soon nicknamed the “Trench Sweeper,” and soldiers who had been skilled trap and skeet shooters in civilian life often used their Model 97s to blast enemy hand grenades in mid-air before they landed. So devastating were these smoothbores that Germany tried unsuccessfully to get them outlawed from The Great War, declaring that “Every prisoner found to have in his possession such guns or ammunition belonging thereto forfeits his life.” Naturally, our troops continued to use their Trench Guns to blast their way to victory. And even though Trench Gun production was halted in 1945, this sawed-off shotgun continued to see action throughout Vietnam and the Gulf War.

Essential Guide to the Best Holsters for the Kel Tec PF9 [2020]

LAST UPDATED: July 22nd 2020 GUIDE: Chris Browning The Kel Tech PF9 is a popular pocket pistol. It is definitely part of the potent, ultracompact, group of 9mm handguns. The PF9 was designed by Kel Tech’s founder, George Kellgren, to be a backup weapon for law enforcement and a concealed carry for civilians. Kel Tech claims the PF9 is the flattest and lightest 9mm pistol ever mass produced. A small gun like the PF9 has many options to carry. I researched some different options for you and have listed some of my top choices. I think the best Kel Tec PF9 holster is the Federal Holsterworks Hip Holster For Kel Tec PF9. It’s made from a sturdy nylon material, is ambidextrous and you can wear it as a clip or on a belt. I have some other top picks to share with you. 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There is no general consensus when it comes to the way to carry or holster type. There are two things you should focus on. Comfort for you and the security of yourself and your firearm . Here’s a compiled list of pros and cons I found for various ways to carry. Inside The Waistband (IWB) When you want to conceal your weapon, IWB is the most popular choice out there. The firearm is carried inside the waist of your pants. Positions can range from the appendix position to the small of back, and everywhere in between. Pros Easy to conceal most of the gun Easier to remove than OWB holsters Usually lightweight Keeps gun close to your body Cons Not as comfortable as OWB May be harder to obtain a good grip May be harder to re-holster than OWB May need to buy a larger size pair of pants Inside the waistband remains the most popular way to conceal because of the ease of concealment, the ease of removal and how lightweight and comfortable they are. Outside The Waistband OWB This is the type of carry you will see off duty or suit wearing law enforcement officials use, even in the movies. This is a good way to open carry but can also be used for concealed carry . You just need to have a long enough shirt or jacket. Some people feel this is the most comfortable and natural way to carry. Pros Very comfortable Easy to draw from Easy to re-holster Often have a second level of retention (or more), for safety Cons Requires a sturdy belt More prone to exposing your firearm from movement More difficult to conceal than IWB Usually heavier and cumbersome than IWB Outside the waistband is the most popular way to open carry since they are so comfortable. Retention is good, making them easy to draw from and re-holster. Most people prefer to have the second level (or more) of retention with outside the waistband carry. Shoulder Holster We don’t hear too much about shoulder holsters . Many think they are outdated and unsafe. If you don’t want to wear your gun on your waist, this may be a good option for you. Your pistol will be readily accessible and it is a good way to conceal, with the addition of a jacket. Pros Easily conceals Easy to draw from Easy to sit while wearing Can customize to fit Cons Can cause shoulder and neck soreness Difficult to remove Some cite safety concerns with draw Open front jacket is needed A lot of critics believe the shoulder holster is unsafe. As you draw your weapon you cross your own body, or innocent bystanders, with the muzzle. I found an interesting article about this. Ankle Holster The Ankle holster may be a good option, especially for a backup weapon. Keep in mind, it is not the easiest or quickest area to draw from. They are typically worn around the ankle area and concealed by the pant leg, but some models can be attached to a boot, to keep the weight off the leg. Pros Good for certain wardrobe situations Good for secondary weapon Good for people who are seated for long periods of time, like drivers Cons Hard to access Can reveal the firearm while sitting Can change your gait May become itchy if you sweat Weight of firearm may hurt ankle Belly Bands Belly bands fit tightly around your torso and hip area. Usually secured by Velcro , they come in different sizes to accommodate different body sizes . They provide an excellent way to conceal a handgun, but they are under layers of clothes, which may be buttoned up. Accessibility may become an issue. Pros Good for compact and subcompact guns Comfortable Quick access Cons Can cause you to sweat Sweat can cause rust Sweat can cause itchy skin Most belly bands have multiple pockets so you can carry accessories , like extra magazines. Most holsters don’t have room for extra magazines so this is a good way to utilize those extra pockets in your belly band . Top Picks For Kel Tech PF9 There are many holster options available to you. Personal preference will be a major factor when making your decision. I feel these top picks may be good options for you. Let’s look at some of the features and some of the pros and cons of each top pick. 1. Federal Holsterworks Hip Holster for Kel Tech PF9 This holster combines the convenience and ease of a clip on with the sturdiness of a belt holster. Included is 2” belt loops and a thick metal clip . The reinforced thumb break makes drawing smooth and easy. An extra magazine pouch is mounted on the front channel of the holster comes standard. It can be worn either right or left handed . Features Made from sturdy nylon Ambidextrous Clip on or belt wear Magazine pouch Reinforced thumb break Pros Pistol fits nice and secure Extra magazine fits nicely Ambidextrous Lightweight No drag with drawing Cons Opening is not reinforced so reholstering took two hands May be harder to grip the gun if you have bigger hands 2. Barsony Nylon IWB Holster For Compact-Subcompact 9mm This holster is lightweight and ultra thin, yet sturdy . It has a leather backing for belt carry. It can be worn strongside, crossdraw or small of back . Features Lightweight Sturdy Internal moisture barrier won’t transmit moisture to gun High quality Cordura nylon with precision stitching Steel belt clip Pros Very comfortable Well made Conceals well Good price Covers the entire weapon Cons Clip could be bigger to hold better Gun may slide out if not standing upright Hard to draw without struggling 3. Outbags IWB Conceal Carry Holster For PF9 This holster is for inside waistband only, not for outside waistband or small of back. This holster is hard molded leather, handcrafted in the USA . Features IWB holster Genuine leather Handcrafted Hard molded Hand dyed to preserve natural leather qualities Pros Well built Good stitching Good retention Perfect fit for the PF9 Cons Break in needed Difficult to remove Carries a bit high, so printing is sometimes a problem Dye and outer coating peel 4. Desantis Ambi Nemesis Holster The inside of this pocket holster is made of a slick pack cloth so there is no drag while drawing your weapon . The outside is made of a material that makes it stay put, right in your pocket. This may be a good option for casual pants or shorts . Features Breaks up the shape of your gun Lightweight Good for casual wear Pros Nice fit Not a lot of bulk Good trigger protection No print Cons Hard to draw with rear sight catching on material Opening at the bottom, so pocket lint may be a concern The Top Pick As I mentioned, and as you are aware of, personal preference plays such an important role in choosing a holster for your sidearm. Do you want to open carry ? Do you want to conceal? Comfort. Sturdiness. These are part of the many things we consider, when we are shopping for anything, let alone something as important as how we carry a firearm to protect ourselves and our loved ones. Our Pick The Best Holster For The Kel Tec PF9 Federal Holsterworks Hip Holster This holster combines the ruggedness and stability of a belt holster with the convenience of a clip-on. It's multi-layer nylon cushion fit design molds itself to the shape of the gun. This holster is ambidextrous and includes both 2" wide belt loops and a sturdy, high carbon, black metal clip. Check Price With those things in mind, I went with the Federal Holsterworks Hip Holster for Kel Tech PF9. It’s made from a very sturdy nylon, has a reinforced thumb break for added security. You can wear this clipped onto your belt, with a strong metal clip, or with the  2” belt loops. It comes standard with an extra magazine pocket. This may be a good purchase for your Kal Tech PF9. I hope I have given you some nuggets that you can use during your hunt for your favorite holster. Related Reads: Top Iwb Holster Choices For The Kel Tec P-11 Concealed Carry Holsters For Kel Tec P-32 Top 4 Holsters For Kel Tec Pistols The Kel-tec Sub-2000 Review The Kel Tec PMR 30 4/5 (3 Reviews) LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply


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