Review Blog

view:  full / summary

DOWN UNDER THUNDER! High Noon's Fabulous IWB

Posted by kr on August 3, 2011 at 10:30 PM Comments comments (135)

In this review, I will look at a very popular concealed carry holster type:



"IWB" or more commonly known as "Inside The Waistband" to police officers

and armed citizens. Is comprised of a concealed carry holster that features either

belt loops or a clip to hold the holster on a belt or pants, with the holster body

inside the waistband.


One usually wears a jeans or trousers/shorts one or two sizes bigger than you would when

Read Full Post »

HIGH NOON For Rugers. A tale of 2 holsters.

Posted by kr on June 29, 2011 at 3:37 PM Comments comments (0)

While nobody could predict the impact of the Ruger .380 LCP when it hit the shooting world. There has also been quite a shake up in the industry with the advent of the first polymer framed revolver that's produced in the United States. I'd owned a number of .380s and .38 Specials before, but never imagined that I'd own a "plastic" wheel gun: Ruger's splendid (Light Compact Revolver) LCR in 38+P chambering. 

Read Full Post »

A look at: Some Summer Carry Loads.

Posted by kr on May 24, 2011 at 5:01 PM Comments comments (0)

DOUBLE TAP AMMO: Summer Carry Loads


Here are a few loads in popular calibers that are seeing some interest

this Summer.



The Double Tap loading of the Barnes X bullet in .380 ACP.

Known as the 80 gr. TAC-XP.


Read Full Post »

Double Tap CZ and Ruger Defensive Ammo!

Posted by kr on May 1, 2011 at 4:04 PM Comments comments (0)

We've had the new Ruger LC9 for about 3 weeks now and have been waiting for a break in the medical tests for me, and also  a break in the nasty weather.


So, with limited time, ammo.. and more bad weather upon us.


The decision was made to to finally shoot the LC9, and to try out some DT and other loads in the 9mm, .38+P  LCR and new RAMI P.


Taking my small camera, we drove over to Lewiston, Idaho

and the Diamondback Shoot...

Read Full Post »