Month: April 2021

Christian Gun Owner-ADDITIONAL INFO-Gun Control for Churches-Protection

he Christian Gun Owner

WELCOME to the Christian Gun Owner web site. There is a huge American community of Christians who know that this country was founded on the principles of the Bible and under the guiding hand of an almighty God.

That community believes that the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights were a result of that guidance.

Christian Gun Owner – You Are Not Alone

Christians often send notes to me stating that they’re glad to find out that they’re not alone.

It’s amazing to me, as many contacts as I have through this site, that Christians who own guns and enjoy the shooting sports feel as isolated as they do.

The fact is that millions of responsible Christians across the U.S. enjoy shooting and hunting. And millions believe in the right and responsibility to protect themselves and their families from criminal assault.

The Christian Gun Owner Site Is For You

This site is dedicated to those millions of Christians. The patriots who enjoy the shooting sports of all kinds and believe in and practice responsibility for their and their family’s safety and protection.

What “Christian” Gun Owner Refers To Here

It means serious believers in Christ. Believers that live their lives in a way that is evidence of their faith. Nothing more or less. The real kind of Christian, not the tv kind.

Just believers in Christ that express that belief by living their everyday lives attempting to do their best to follow Christ. But they also acknowledge their human nature and occasional failures.

Christians at a shooting range

The true Christian gun owner believes he/she is to be a servant to humanity. But that belief does but not extend to being a doormat to those who refuse to live by the rules of reasonable human behavior.

So …. what if you’re a gun owner, but not a Christian?

That question arises from time to time when people contact me wanting to ask a question about guns. Some apparently feel they have to “confess” they’re not believers.

So here’s the clear answer. You’re as welcome here as any gun owner, Christian or other.

That said, if you found this site and take issue with fundamental Christian beliefs, this is not a place for you to vent.

If you would like to enter here to view, read, consider, learn, and communicate, please make yourself at home. And please feel free to contribute to the information.

Your and my beliefs or lack of them does not have to become a contentious issue in our discussion of guns, America, politics and rights.

Christians Using Firearms Responsibly

A ten year old learning to shoot a Walther P22 under the watchful eye of my wife.

This is a site with an owner that understands that firearms use is not consigned to criminals, and not destined to accidents.

We’ve taught countless kids how to handle firearms safely while becoming proficient shooters.

Part of that includes the responsibility to teach them to regard firearms with respect.

learning to shoot

In the process of deciding on gun ownership?

Finally, if you’re just looking into gun ownership, this is a great place to look around and learn. Feel free to contact me with your questions, using the Contact Link in the right sidebar.

Now …. Let’s get started.

Source: Christian Gun Owner

ARMSLIST Holster Review-MTR Custom Leather, LLC – IWB Holster Comparison-B-2 Slimline Tuckable IWB Holster Review 

Switching directions, I have always been in love with leather.  Whether it’s the smell, the feel, or the romanticism of hand made goods, something about a leather holster has always just appealed to me as “right.”  Matt Rector also loves leather holsters, and it shows in his work.  I ordered an example of MTR’s “Slimline IWB Tuckable” holster.  In no time at all it was at my door.

Sturdy is a good word to describe this sizable chunk of bullhide.  My holster also has an additional layer of bullhide on the inside of the holster for a smoother draw that does not hinder retention.  While holding the holster upside down with the G17 in it, it still takes several violent shakes to get it out, and I have no concerns about it moving when it shouldn’t.  As advertised, this holster is notable for being quite thin as well. I suspect this is due to it’s design, but it does conceal the weapon very well and is extremely comfortable.  Fit and finish is also top notch.  I ordered my holster in Mahogany, with a reinforcement in saddle brown.  The holster is a beautiful shade of reddish brown with the reinforcement being a classy contrast.  The belt clips are nicely powder coated and allow a shirt to be tucked in if need be.  The MTR conceals exceptionally well and does not move, with a draw that is smooth as can be and nearly silent.  The MTR is a holster that looks as good as it performs, and if leather is your thing I would highly recommend you get one…now at

There are a few things in life that make me shake my head when people use anything but the best.  Brakes, tires, and holsters are at the top of that list. It drives me nuts to see people running around on recaps, and buying cheap brakes leaves me scratching my head as to why one would be so cavalier with their life on a daily basis.  The third one usually merits an eye roll and a sigh however.  Carrying a gun is not a thoughtless task, it’s a massive responsibility.  And all too often I hear people talking about the new gun they purchased to carry, only to find out they are toting it around in quality equivalent to a recap tire.  Cheap holsters are a pet peeve of mine, and they always have been. Training with a cheap holster is asking for a potential trip to the hospital.  More importantly, should you ever need to employ your firearm to keep yourself breathing, you REALLY want it to be exactly where you left it and not at a different angle or position on your belt.  I’ve always made sure to mention to those asking me for advice on buying a new firearm for carry to budget in for a good holster and training classes (beyond the “keep your booger hook off the bang switch” intro class).  This is your life you’re protecting, I think it’s worth the money.

Inside the Waistband (IWB) holsters have become the dominant method of carry as they offer the most flexibility with wardrobe, while only minimally impeding access to the gun.  I personally carry full size handguns out of personal preference, and the 9mm Glock is what usually fills that role for me.  Of the holsters I have reviewed here, there is a single example of a holster for the very popular Glock 43, and many more for the Glock 17.  The full size Glock 17 is not the easiest to conceal, nor am I the smallest of chaps, so a holster needs to be a bit more than good in order to do the job for me.  I spent some good carry time with each of these holsters.  Some are from well known companies, others are hidden gems well worth searching for. Just to be clear there are no bad holsters here, I made sure of that.  They are all first rate tools in themselves, and can be counted on to do the job a holster is supposed to do; Keep your gun safe and ready to go should you ever need it.

Source: ARMSLIST – IWB Holster Comparison

Fun Fact about leather- MTR Custom Leather- Must See!

FUN FACT About leather ➡️➡️

Did you know that leather was once used as wallpaper? Back in the 17th century, it was all about fashion to have your house wallpapered with leather in places such as Florence and Venice in Italy. #mtrcl #leather #mtrcustomleather #holsters #madeinameruca

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