Discrete Defense Hip Holster

If you don’t want a Sneaky Pete, here’s a great hip alternative.

Discrete Defense Hip Holster

For just $75, this Discrete Defense Solutions hip holster has many features:

  • Built to wear!  All day….every day!
  • Inside panel of holster molded to the shape of the hip, not the firearm
  • Hand-crafted for any Beretta, Glock, HK, Ruger, Springfield, Sig Sauer, Smith & Wesson + many other manufacturers.
  • Custom molding process insures positive retention of firearm
  • Strong, yet thin .06″ Kydex creates an ultra-slim profile
  • Neoprene padding cushions and prevents the firearm and holster from rubbing on the body
  • Tuck-able & Lightweight
  • Hand Made in the U.S.A.
  • Available for Right or Left Hand carry
    Source: http://discretedefensesolutions.com/shop/gun-holsters/concealed-carry-iwb-hip-holster/

Now it also features GIZ Clips (Hinged Aluminum Belt Clips) which are made of 0.09 inch aluminum, virtually unbreakable. They’re alos much easier on leather belts, and make tucking a shirt much simpler thanks to the hinges at the bottom.

Click HERE if you’re interested. You’ll be able to choose the holster that fits with your firearm, and whether you want right or left handed carry.


Down Range Tool Crowdfounding


Perry Sasnett, Retired Navy CWO, Founder and CEO of Zero Point Incorporated is crowdfunding the DRT (Down Range Tool) on Indiegogo. The DRT is the world’s most capable single-billet multi-tool with over 50 different features including AR cleaning. The multi-tool also has an optional glass-breaker and optional compass.

The DRT is ideal for operators, survivalists, outdoorsmen and emergency response personnel; the tool can also be used for various projects inside of the home.

The following video highlights some of the ways that the DRT can be used to clean and AR15/M4.

How to Clean Your AR15 with the DRT (Down Range Tool).

Here is a quick look at the DRT’s design and features.


Hamilton Nixes Prop Guns

Broadway’s famous White-Free Show is now gun-free as well, at least during the Tony award shows.

While performing the tune about the Battle of Yorktown, the actors refused to use prop guns in the wake of the disastrous shooting at the gay nightclub in Florida that claimed the lives of at least 50 people and injured over 50 more.The moment the cast stood on the stage, posing without weapons, was an incredibly powerful part of this amazing performance.


Yes, amazing, if you’re OK with a show that turns our founding father into a gun-free rapper.

Defending the AR-15


The Orlando mass shooting is a tragedy, and the gun haters can’t wait to demonize the AR-15.

They don’t care that Florida prohibits firearms in alcohol-serving establishments.

They don’t care that the shooter passed two background checks and had a security guard license

They don’t care that 9/11 and the Oklahoma City bombing where done without guns.

But they do care about their anti-gun agenda, which is why I’m going to share with you PROOF that the AR-15 had been used in self-defense many times.

1.  A 32-year-old named Jasper Brisbon attacked a Philadelphia couple as they entered their home. The man grabbed his AR-15 and pointed it at the intruder.

2. A man and woman attacked a tax preparation business near Detroit, pointing handguns at the receptionist and owner. What happened next was caught on video.

3. Two men with a handgun broke into the NY apartment of a Rochester Institute of Technology student named Raymond. His AR-15 may have saved his life.

4. A 15-year-old Texas boy used his father’s AR-15 to defend himself and his 12yo sister when they were home alone one afternoon and two home invaders attacked their house.