In this week's episode of "I Carry," we have a Smith & Wesson M&P9 M2.0 Metal pistol carried in an ANR Design Non-Lightbearing Inside Waistband holster and topped with a new Trijicon RMR HD red-dot sight.
In this week's episode of "I Carry," we have the FN America Reflex MRD 9 mm pistol with a Shield Sights RMSw red-dot sight and AMR hood carried in a DeSantis Holsters Inside heat leather holster.
In this week's episode of "I Carry," we have a Springfield Armory Echelon 9mm pistol carried in a Crossbreed Rogue holster with a Columbia River Knife & Tool Provoke EDC knife.
Optics remain the preserve of ever-escalating innovation. Whether new technologies are introduced in a multi-purpose riflescope, existing tech is miniaturized for a micro-red-dot sight to fit on a pistol or once prohibitively expensive equipment like thermal sights are made increasingly affordable, the world of tactical optics is always exciting.
Most shooters believe the shooting process consists of simply aiming and pressing a trigger. What if you were to learn that there might be a high-octane additive to that process? Why is reactive shooting versus predictive shooting such a hot topic among high-performance shooters?