At long last Glock offers a single-stack, 9×19 carry pistol. For some, it’s the answer to long-held specific desires. For others, it’s a worthy candidate for consideration in a narrow field of pistols (a field of narrow pistols? Ahem.). Regardless, it’s a pistol that Glock should
I’ve just completed the Glock triumvirate with the acquisition of a Gen 4 Glock 26. This new pistol completes the path established by my Glocks 19 and 30s. With this new 26, I now have what I hold as the holy trinity of EDC Glocks. I shot the 26 today for the
After months of accumulating parts, I have at last completed my build of the AR pistol chambered in .300 AAC Blackout. And there was much feasting and revelry. I’ve run this new pistol over the past couple of days and it has functioned flawlessly (more feasting
Over the past few months I’ve been collecting parts for an AR pistol build, chambered in 300 Blackout. As of now, I have the following components: BCM upper Palmetto State Armory lower Daniel Defense cold-hammer-forged 10.3″ barrel, 300 blk AIM Surplus NIB
Last night I put the 20,000th round through my Gen 4 Glock 19. Being my competition gun, I typically train with this one more than my other pistols. I bought it in late December of 2013 and since then have fired an average of 2500 rounds per month with it in training
I’ve had my Glock 19 Gen4 for exactly 6 months now. I checked my shooting records today and see that I’ve shot 14,020 rounds through it so far, with not a single malfunction. I did have a mild issue after I replaced the recoil spring with too-light a spring
My name is Andy Rutledge and this is a chronicle of my ongoing firearms education and training as a competent and responsible citizen. Since 1988 I have been an ardent, practicing student of armed and unarmed self defense.
I share these articles and videos in hopes that others on the gun path might enjoy and maybe even learn from them.