Ferguson Judgment Shooting Drill

This drill was suggested to us by our friend Roy Ferguson. Roy was a LEO firearms instructor in the 1970’s and 1980’s. This drill has the shooter making the decision to fire or not to fire and how many rounds to fire. While originally using six 24-inch by 45-inch B27...

Reload Wrap Review

By Vince O. If you’re like me, you’ve carried a handgun for most of your adult life. As any who habitually carry a gun know, it is a continual learning process. If you are lucky, you tend to find out quickly what works for you. However, what works for me, might not...

My favorite Roscoe

My favorite Roscoe is a S&W m12. It has gone by many names, from Revolver Lightweight .38 m13, to the Military and Police Airweight , and finally to the model 12 when S&W went to model numbers. As near as I can determine there are four “dash numbers”, or...

San Francisco: The Birthplace of Noir

From Za HiR Up and Down Mean Streets. A statement by Don Herron and Eddie Mueller on Film Noir’s set in San Francisco. This is from 2003. “You can make the argument — what the hell, I’ll make it now — that noir was born in San Francisco. Sure, certain...