David Higginbotham is a writer and editor who specializes in everyday carry. David is a former backcountry guide in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and Boundary Waters Canoe Area who was a college professor for 20 years. He ultimately left behind the academy for a more practical profession in the firearms industry and was (among other editorial positions) the Managing Editor for a nascent Mag Life blog. In that Higginbotham helped establish The Maglife's tone and secure its early success. Though he went on to an even more practical firearms industry profession still, he continues to contribute articles and op-eds as time and life allow.

SIG Perfects Everyday Carry: P365 First Shots Video

<p>You can add one more pistol to the growing list of micro-compact single-stacks. Well, almost single stacks. The SIG 365 has the width of a single stack, but the magazine design allows for a 10+1 EDC pistol that has a distinct edge on the competition. That’s 10+1, even in the flush-fit mag.</p>

5 Reasons to be Excited About SHOT Show 2018

<p>SHOT Show is right around the corner. While many of us media types, myself included, have been bemoaning the fact that there’s not a lot of pre-show buzz in 2018, the show will still be a circus. Here are 5 things I can’t wait to see in person.</p>

Understanding Pre-Show Pessimism: SHOT Show 2018

Let’s begin by acknowledging the elephant in the room. Back in October, a madman shot-up a concert in Las Vegas. 58 people were murdered. More than 500 others were injured. Look closely at the image above. The Mandalay Bay is not there in the NSSF’s image of the Vegas skyline, but the hotel is still […]

5 Things To Look For From SHOT Show 2018

Ruger Ruger seems to be banking on pre-show press this year. The big news is their new take on the pistol caliber carbine. The Ruger PCC is a 9mm that looks like a 10/22 that is going through a teenage growth spurt. This will be a homerun for Ruger. They’ve made guns like this before, […]

Best Bang for your Buck? The Ruger Predator

<p>For as long as I can remember, I’ve always had one go-to bolt-action rifle. There’s no mystery as to why. Bolt guns work. The technology is relatively simple, and the versatility is hard to match. And now that the fall hunting season is winding down, it is the perfect time to find a bargain.</p>

The Honor Guard: A Single Stack that Really Stacks Up.

<p>The Honor Guard may look like most of the other 9mm single-stack concealed carry pistols on the market today, but it isn’t. This American made pistol has more options out-of-the-box than most GLOCK fanboys can cram on a 43. And it isn’t going to break the bank.</p>

5 Reasons To Carry a Single Stack

<p>Single-stack concealed carry pistols have been around for more than a century. Many Americans don't want to sacrifice capacity, or make arguments for larger calibers. But the latest 9mm polymer pistols are kicking ass and winning converts.</p>

3 Amateur Concealed Carry Habits That Need Breaking

<p>We all have our little idiosyncrasies that define us. These ticks and habits are usually innocuous, but when it comes to concealed carry, these little habits can give you away. This spells trouble. When you carry a concealed handgun, it has to stay concealed until the moment you need it most.</p>

Five Reasons the 44 Magnum is the Right Choice for Carry in the Woods

So why is 44 Magnum the caliber of choice to carry in the woods? Here are five reasons. We'll start with the obvious.

Five Reasons to Pull The Trigger on a Short Barrel Shotgun

<p>The old fashioned sawed-off shotgun was so appealing to the criminal underworld that politicians felt compelled to place some hardocre restrictions on who could own one. That's something we have to live with. And it is well worth the headache of the tax-stamp. Here's why:</p>

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