Author Archives: Russ Kaufmann

Does Having a Gun in the House Increase the Odds of a Violent Death?

I have heard, over and over, from some of my anti-gun friends that having a gun in the house results in twice the odds of suffering a violent death. Their view is that, somehow, that gun will be used on … Continue reading

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I Want a Conceal Carry Firearm–What Should I Get?

Short answer: The one that is best for you. Long answer: It depends on many factors. Size – Size matters. I don’t care how many times you have heard that size doesn’t matter. It matters! I think it is fair … Continue reading

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What are the Most Cost Effective Modifications for my Glock?

I saw this question on one of the Glock Facebook groups that I read. It is an awesome question. The Stock Glock Of course, there are many people that are perfectly fine with Glock Perfection. Out of the box, the … Continue reading

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The Great Capacity Debate–Conceal Carry

General Background Info There are a few challenges when it comes to carrying a conceal handgun that everyone doesn’t think about for their first purchase and may never consider even though they have been carrying for years. Concealability – The … Continue reading

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My <insert gun model> Shoots <some direction> Instead of on Target

NOTE: This post is focused on hand guns. This is one of the most common posts on gun groups. Somebody will pop in, pretty much every day, saying something like, “I got a new gun, and it seems to shoot … Continue reading

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The AR-15 is not a “Weapon of War” or an “Assault Rifle” or even an “Assault Weapon”

If you hear any of these three terms, then it was probably said by an anti-gun person. I am getting sick and tired of these terms being used as they are clearly spoken out of ignorance or they are being … Continue reading

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Smart Guns and Biometric Devices

If Smart Guns could be produced so that only certain people can fire them, why would we not want to market them? It sounds like a simple question, but not all simple questions have simple answers. First, let’s define what … Continue reading

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