New Episode of Master Class w/ Larry Vickers on You Tube

The popular Wilson Combat Series ‘Master Class’ w/ Larry Vickers has a new episode available on YouTube. In this episode of ‘Master Class’, Larry Vickers uses the new Vickers Elite Commander in a dry fire drill to demonstrate some techniques for shooting one handed. Click Continue Reading then Here for the YouTube link.

Ruger introduces the Security-9 w/ Viridian E-Series Red Laser

New from Ruger is the popular and economic Security-9 w/ Viridian Red Laser. Factory installed Viridian® E-Series™ red (635-650 nm) laser. The laser unit weights just over 1/2 oz with the installed battery and is securely mounted to the rail and trigger guard. The laser features ambidextrous push-button activation. Compact for easy concealment, the mid-sized […]

Wilson Combat add the Vickers Elite Commander to their lineup

New from Wilson Combat is the Vickers Elite Commander in 9mm or 45acp. From Wilson Combat: The Vickers Elite Commander is the concealed carry version of the famed Larry Vickers designed full-size Vickers Elite model 1911. This 4.25” bushing barrel Commander version is a top choice of traditionalists who prefer a more compact carry gun with […]

Grassroots Texas Gun Organizations Come out against Gov. Abbotts Red Flag Laws

The two largest Grassroots Gun Rights Groups in Texas, Open Carry Texas & Texas Carry, have come out against Gov. Abbotts proposed Red Flag Law. Another Hearing on those proposed laws is scheduled for Tuesday, July 24 at the Capitol in Austin. Texas State Rifle Association has also openly opposed the new proposal from a […]

Fired FBI Director James Comey Pushes Gun Control, Bashes NRA

From NRA-ILA: Fired FBI Director James Comey’s self-aggrandizement tour continued apace this week. Momentarily turning his attention from attacking President Trump, Comey used the occasion of a trip to the largely-disarmed United Kingdom as an opportunity to advocate for stricter U.S. gun laws and to level barbs at NRA. In an interview with the UK’s iNews published […]


From Texas Law Shield: With the announcement by Justice Anthony Kennedy that he will retire after serving on the U.S. Supreme Court for thirty years, years of uncertainty on how the nation’s highest court might decide cases involving the Second Amendment may soon become more clear. Justice Kennedy has long been considered a ‘swing vote’ […]