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Packing a classic
Packing a classic

Posted By: Gerard D.

While we’re on the subject of semi auto pistols, let’s talk about another classic that was just discontinued, or should we say retired by FN. The Browning Hi-Power (or P35) was once considered the “operator’s” combat pistol of choice, used widely throughout the world by various special operations forces well known for their expertise and professionalism. The British SAS and early FBI HRT were probably the most notable of these organizations. This semiauto Hi-Power, with its original 13-round capacity, and now 15-round aftermarket magazines, has enjoyed wide popularity in the civilian world as well. Recent...

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SHRINK IT AND PINK IT?
SHRINK IT AND PINK IT?

Posted By: CSR .

As a woman in Galco’s Customer Service Department, you can count on me to help you find a functional, safe, and effective carry holster for your gun. You can also count on the fact that I have a more melodic voice than Gerry, that I am taller than Leo, and that I don’t own a pink holster. In a world full of customizable options, every industry is looking to find you and what you need. Sometimes I think companies must look at the pink aisle in the toy store and decide that what appeals to a gal is dainty pink/purple, and that the boys like the manly blue/black. There is a tendency to “shrink it and pink it” as if...

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Arming the Stylish Man
Arming the Stylish Man

Posted By: Mike B.

The shooting community is filled with masculine men who “don’t give a damn” about how they dress. Of course they do care, or they wouldn’t wear the informal gun-guy uniform of billowy polo shirt, loose cargo pants and Merrell hiking boots, right? Hey, we all want to fit in with our tribes and signal that we’re part of the in-group, and there’s nothing wrong with that.   But what about the gun carrier who, either by choice or by circumstance, wears something other than the shooter’s uniform? How does he remain discreetly armed if he chooses to dress outside the gun-culture norm, and more...

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Hot weather concealed carry
Hot weather concealed carry

Posted By: Mike B.

While the rest of the country is just transitioning to warmer weather, here in Arizona we get a jump on summer. This always makes me think about hot-weather carry options. When I moved to Arizona from Connecticut, I really had no idea how hot it gets in Phoenix, and that first summer was a definite wake-up call. I’ve since adapted, and here are a few carry methods I’ve had good success using in the brutal Phoenix summers.   The Underwraps belly band is a seriously underrated carry method. Yes, the elasticized nylon band will hold a little extra heat and moisture against the body – no carry method is perfect,...

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