Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day: Speedloader: The Definition of an Optimist? - The Truth About Guns
◀Previous Post Next Post▶ Jeff’s everydaycarry.com pocket dump feature a hammerless Taurus 85 Ultra Lite Special .38 and a speedloader. There are some who’d say that calling the circular bullet holder a speedloader is like calling a Toyota Corolla a sports car. Especially if we’re talking about reloading during a gunfight. That said, I suppose […]
Everyday Carry - Florida/Computers - My Grandfather's EDC (State Revenue Officer)
For those who don't know, a revenue officer (in the 50's & 60"s) spent their time driving down dirt roads, back woods and swamps busting up moonshine stills, arresting and chasing bootleggers. Everything here was my Grandfathers, except of course for the cigar, but he always had one as he was an avid cigar smoker, so I thought I'd include it.
You're not bulletproof...
Smith & Wesson Model 19 Chambered in .357 Magnum with a capacity of 6 rounds, the Model 19 is no longer produced. For the most part its a basic revolver design but the Model 19 saw input from Colonel Bill Jordan. Since it fires the .357 Magnum, you can safely shoot .38 Special through it as well. This makes it a nice way to have a small and large caliber option in one firearm. I also find it a good way to teach people new to firearms by starting them off on soft recoiling calibers like…
NYPD revolver leather
When the NYPD still had revolvers in wide spread service, they used an unusual open top holster. I was wondering if any of the NYPD guys on here had any comments on this rig and if anyone has any pict