Archive for the ‘Editorial’ Category

Mar
14

Update: Overland Gunleather gear

I just wanted to give you all a quick update on the holster and belt from Overland Gunleather. I’ve been wearing this rig almost every day since last October, and it has been nothing short of incredible. Fit and comfort are excellent – I often don’t even notice that I’m wearing a heavy P220. Craftsmanship is top-notch – This rig shows virtually NO wear at all after 5 months of use. If you’re looking for new leather, you MUST give Adam at Overland Gunleather a call.

Jan
13

I’m still here

My apologies, gentle readers, for my lack of posting. Truth be told, nothing of much interest has been happening my small corner lately. The weather these last months has been prohibitive of anything other than practice shooting, and work has been keeping me very busy, so I have very little to report…

The belt and holster from Overland Gunleather is holding up to my daily wear fabulously. So well, in fact, that I will have Adam at OG address any future holster need I have.

I have a couple new .45s on the way… one is a Sig 1911 that has been worked over by Grayguns that should be here any day. The other is a SAO P220 compact that should be here late next week. And I’ve decided my tax return will go towards a FNH FS2000.

That’s about all I have for now. Hopefully things will calm down soon and give me time to get some useful information up here for you.

Oct
27

New Holster and Belt

New holster and belt on the way for the P220 Carry SAS from Overland Gunleather. Should be here in a couple days. I’m stoked.

Gun belt and holster in cordovan and shark from Overland Gunleather

Gun belt and holster in horsehide and shark from Overland Gunleather

Oct
7

Let’s see… where was I?

I think this was the easy part…

P220 SAS DAK Detail Strip

P220 SAS DAK Detail Strip

I really must learn not to start such things at 9pm…

Oct
5

WOA Varmint AR-15 Accuracy

So you saw the initial 10-shot groups from this White Oak Armament varmint AR-15 build, you saw the spot drill. What I haven’t posted, which many have asked to see, is what the 5-shot groups look like.

Well, they look like this:

Five shot group at 100 yards with WOA AR-15

Five shot group at 100 yards with WOA AR-15 shooting Black Hills 40 grain VMAX

Just a RCH over 1/4″.

So, yeah, if you do your part, it’ll shoot a dime at 100.

Yes, I shot some dimes at 100 yards with this rifle.

Yes, I shot some dimes at 100 yards with this rifle.

Now quit dilly-dallying and go get one.