I have been told I’m an old soul because I’m far more mature than most my age and I’ve been that way for probable most of my life. Many of the good things I remember about growing up was getting all the info I wanted from my Grandfather and all of my Uncle’s. I only had a couple of Aunt’s so it was not very balanced in having sources of information. When it came to Astronomy, Science, Politics and Religion, I got input from so many different views that I was forced to pick one or think about it and come to a conclusion. The same goes now for all of our customers that tell us about the gear and gadgets they use.
One of the best things I got from both of my Grandfather’s was the ability to always ask questions. I always ask customers about the fiasco over the Blackhawk Serpa holsters and the recent bans that are taking place all over. My own thoughts on it are that a less trained shooter is more likely to happen with a Serpa holsters than a Safariland holster but I still use the Blackhawk Serpa holsters, and I have them for all of my combat sidearms. Those debates about what can happen to a Serpa holster are true, but try jamming the same dirt and snow in your AR15 bolt and tell me if that locks up the same way. Yep, it does.