Tag: Triggered


Rock Island’s STK100… Born to Race!

This week Michael takes an in-depth look at the very first striker-fired pistol from Rock Island Armory, the STK100. And unlike other striker-fired guns, it has an aluminum frame. Also, a quick look at the newest addition to Michael’s GP-100 collection.

A .22 Magnum Perfect for the House

This week Michael spends a little time with the Rock Island/ARMSCOR .22 MAGNUM revolver…and likes it. Also, we have to dip into politics again. IT IS TIME FOR ALL OF US TO SPEAK UP!

A Great .22 Magnum Revolver!

From Rock Island/ARMSCOR comes a .22 Magnum revolver that would be every bit as comfortable as a woods-walking sidekick or on a bedside table for self-defense. Also, an important interview with The Tactical Professor, Claude Werner.

Guns For The Aftermath

This week Michael discusses the idea of the Defensive Core, the best guns to have when there is a sudden lack of civility.

Marlin Goes Tactical!

This week on TRIGGERED, Michael makes some significant changes to his  Marlin “Dark” 30-30 lever gun, introducing Americans to the FORM buttstocks made in the U.K. and Ranger Point Precision’s M-LOK handguard for the venerable Marlin. And a second introduction — the new Cimarron 1887 lever action shotgun!

We Need Your Voices to Protect the 2A!

This week, it is of critical importance that you speak out against the ATF’s convoluted, intentionally vague attack on home built firearms and virtually everything else!

Taurus’ Home Run GX4

This week we take a look at Taurus’ newest entry in the mini-9mm sweepstakes, the GX4…and an impressive entry it is!

The Cost of Stupid Just Got Higher

Some continuing thoughts on the shifting self-defense landscape…de-escalation doesn’t work if the function of the exercise is escalation.

Happy Birthday Col. Cooper!

For Col. Jeff Cooper’s 101st birthday, master trainer Tom Russell of the American Firearms Academy in Texas throws a General Rifle Class party at the Whittington Center.

A Screaming Anti-Mask Rant

Well, not quite, but Michael has some important points on the continued circus of masks, masks and more masks.