<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>
<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>
<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>
<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>
So why is 44 Magnum the caliber of choice to carry in the woods? Here are five reasons. We'll start with the obvious.
<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>
Not all of polymer AR-15 mags are created equal. Hexmag magazines have developed a devoted following. Here are five reasons why.
<p>Many of us have rifles that are purpose built for self defense. Most of those guns, though, are locked in safes, safe at home. So what is your strategy when you are miles away? Would you have to rely on your concealed carry gun to get you home if somethign were to go terribly wrong?</p>
<p>Odds are, if you're reading this on the GunMagWarehouse site, you may know what I'm about to say. But I don't mind preaching to the choir. And I'm not simply shilling. We're always one mass shooting away from catastrophic restirctions on our Second Amendment rights. If you needs magazines, and everyone does, now's the time.</p>
<p>A year or so ago, I was taking a class with a respected firearms instructor who took one look at the rifle I’d brought and told me I should clean it. The rifle seemed fine to me. When I pulled the trigger, it fired, ejected, and cycled another round. There was no rust or corrosion. No harm-no foul, right?</p>