Death Of A Pistol Pioneer

by J. Scott Rupp   |  September 24th, 2010 0 Comments  Jack Weaver, who developed the stance that bears his name, passes away at age 80. but his legacy lives on. By J. Scott Rupp The Leatherslap competition led Jack Weaver to develop his namesake stance. Prior to that, there was a lot more missing than hitting at Leatherslap. (That’s … Continue reading “Death Of A Pistol Pioneer”

Your Guide To Being A Snowflake

https://youtu.be/Xs4SUxKcvEk?t=3 Attachments area Preview YouTube video ICYMI: It’s ok to be offended by anything and everything in 2018 ICYMI: It’s ok to be offended by anything and everything in 2018

What a Stud!!!

Japanese sergeant major uses body to shield soldiers from volcanic debris, gets killed himself Koh Ruide Fearless hero saved lives in exchange for his own during recent Mt. Kusatsu-Shirane eruption. Volcanic eruptions in Japan have claimed the lives of people before, sometimes inescapably, and sometimes because they should’ve evacuated instead of staying to take pictures. But other times when Mother … Continue reading “What a Stud!!!”

HOW TO PROPERLY FIRE A GUN

Luke Stranahan Luke Stranahan is an engineer by trade and an armed patriot by inclination. He writes for Return of Kings as a leisure pursuit and an attempt to do his part to help reverse the slide into moral decrepitude of modern society. Follow him on Twitter. Now that we know a little about gun sights … Continue reading “HOW TO PROPERLY FIRE A GUN”

CZ75a Semi Auto Pistol

Now I have heard some mighty good things about this pistol. From some trusted Sources that I know personally out there in the field.   In that this pistol is a very good shooter. That its inside rails of the upper receiver make for a more solid and reliable shooting platform.   Also that it … Continue reading “CZ75a Semi Auto Pistol”