Underground Tradecraft: Tactical Application of the Defensive Sidearm, Part Three

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Underground Tradecraft: Tactical Application of the Defensive Sidearm, Part III

 

(My apologies for the brevity of this article. It was going to be significantly longer, covering more ground, but I’ve been on the road a lot, and have a lot more traveling in the forthcoming weeks. The next installment, we’re going to focus on some other software issues with the sidearm.

 

In the previous installments of this article series, we’ve focused mostly on the hardware involved. Now, it’s time to begin looking at some of the software issues involved. How do we apply the weapon we’ve chosen, or had thrust upon us by circumstance? It really doesn’t matter after all, whether you prefer a 1911 or a Glock 19, a Smith and Wesson M&P or one of their wheel guns, a brand-new IPSC race gun, or a beat-up, rust-pitted Makarov. When the rubber meets the road, a…

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