SAFE AT HOME — 8 Comments

  1. Regarding those giveaway thumb drives: “Don’t put that in your mouth, you don’t know where it’s been!” If you absolutely must read the contents, be sure your antivirus is up to date.

  2. Mas,

    It sounds like the only “Chopper” that the EP allows must be fitted out with a drum magazine and take .45 ACP rounds.

  3. Welcome home, Mas!
    Glad to have your insights on SHOT as well as know that you and EP are avoiding the dangers of choppers. As a fella under 35 who’s on warfarin, my skydiving, white water rafting, SCUBA, and cycling days are over. I was blessed to enjoy one flight lesson before getting a mechanical valve installed. Now my ‘high adventure’ activities are more along the lines of reloading, hiking, writing, cat wrangling… Sorry we can’t rent a helicopter in TX and go on a “pork chopper” hunt! I suppose the reasonable feminine influences will increase our longevity. 🙂

  4. Well it certainly can’t be the equipment uncle Mas, cuz I recently made IPDA CCP Expert with one of your G26 castoffs, with TFO sights, and all I added was some Talon rubberized grip tape. Oh yes, your much practiced StressFire system helped and I also channeled a little of “the Blaze”, too. Could have made Master if I had correctly applied more of each. Next time!

  5. The EP needs to read AH–Ayoob Files March/April and officer Gramins epiphany. He carried 38 rnds for his Glock 21 and fired 33 rnds in a fire fight. Now carries a Glock 17 and 150 rnds. Firepower counts when the target shoots back!

  6. Randy, she was there for the interview and made a ProArms Podcast out of it. Check it out at

    Rev, glad that G26 is workin’ for ya!

  7. Mas,
    As you know, I used to listen to the podcast all the time. I would transfer the cast to my hard drive and then burn to a cd and could play it back while driving. Unfortunately, there was a dry spell for a while and I got out of the habit of checking in. I shall do so. Yes, Sir!

  8. Oh, I forgot to mention this, Mas, but perhaps arguing for a jet helicopter instead of a piston-powered one like the whirlybird you fell out of might help…they’re much more reliable. Then again, it may not help at all!