Lessons From Hurricane Irma

One should always be prepared for a natural or man-made disaster, including having procedured on what to do with your firearms...

This past Sunday, one of the most powerful tropical cyclones in history, Hurricane Irma, made landfall in Florida and wreaked a trail of varying degrees of destruction throughout most of Florida. From the Keys to Jacksonville, most of the state was ravaged in some degree by the storm. Millions of people, including myself, my wife, her son (aka my step-son) her father, and our dog and cat, evacuated for safer areas in anticipation of the worst.

While we were safe, and our evacuation procedures went as expected, the reality was that there were some glaring holes in our preps…

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Buying Or Selling A Firearm In a Private Transaction

Buying or selling a firearm in a private transaction is legal nationwide, for the most part. Yes, you can even use cryptocurrency such as Etherum if you want to.

Chances are, you’ve probably purchased your firearms from a licensed gun dealer. You went to his or her shop, selected your firearm, checked it’s functionality, underwent the federally-mandated background check, paid for your gun, and took it home, after any municipal or state-mandated waiting period, if applicable. That being said, despite misconceptions to the contrary, you can also purchase a firearm from a private party if you so desire…

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What To Look For In A Holster

A custom Kydex holster for a Smith & Wesson M&P Shield 40

So, you’ve bought your first defensive firearm. You’ve acquired your carry permit (or you’ve chosen to avail yourself of Constitutional Carry if your state supports it…) and now you want to wear the gun. You’re looking for a holster, but there’s a universe of options…what to do? With that in mind, I took an opportunity to sit down with Orion Covrett of Vice Industries here in Miami, and discuss what to look for in a good holster…

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