As you’ve no doubt heard over the last couple of days, the long awaited Glock single stack pistol is here. It’s marginally larger than the .380 Glock 42 (sorry, 42 holsters will not fit a 43) with 6 +1 magazine capacity (at least until someone makes an add-on to increase that) and is imminently suitable for concealed carry.
As I pulled up to my house I realized my dog was outside and my door was open. I didn’t think too much of it at first I just thought I didn’t shut the door well enough and it came open. As I walked to my front door I was on alert thinking something might not be right. As I turned to the door two men stood in my doorway one holding the Glock 19 I just left in my house on my table that I decided I didn’t need.
When I was approached by my friend PH001, the president of Pipe Hitters Union about attending and conducting a review of a tactical pistol course for publication by MOTUS, I saw it as another training opportunity. My next question was naturally, “Who is running the course?” and I was informed that it was a company called Survival and Tactical Systems (STS). STS was going to be in Austin, Texas running a two-day Tactical Pistol course. After a short phone conversation with the CEO of STS, I got the impression that the course would be well worth my time.