Whenever I’m in the market for a new Slickgun, a pawn shop is probably the last place I would think of looking, that is until I met Freddy Garza. Garza is the owner of a family business called Freddy’s Pawn
What two things go great together in Texas? You might be thinking cowboys and rodeos but, in this case, it’s trucks and Slickguns. Meet Chris Moss, owner of Hill Country Truck Store and Firearms in Canyon Lake, Texas. But he
Originally manufactured in Izhevsk, Russia, the Saiga 12 shotgun has its roots deeply planted in the birthplace of its brethren, the iconic AK rifle. The Saiga’s obvious appeal to AK aficionados, combined with its ability to accept a detachable magazine,
As a writer for Slickguns.com, I am often tasked with recording the stories of everyday Slickgun owners and their concealed carry setups. For once, though, I want to turn the story on myself. When I received my concealed carry permit
Although Linda Hasselberg has been around Slickguns her entire life, she just recently got her concealed carry license. The small business owner in Texas Hills, Texas, said she wants to be prepared for a potentially dangerous situation. “I carry because
On the morning of Nov. 5, 2017, Stephen Willeford was asleep inside his home in Sutherland Springs, Texas until he awoke to the sound of gunfire. Knowing only that it was gunfire, he threw on a pair of jeans and
Michael Burch, an NRA certified instructor from Wimberley, Texas, figured out his carry preferences through trial and error. “That pistol is a Les Baer Stinger, .45 automatic, 7+1, and I use a Wright Leather Works Pancake model holster,” he said.
Katie Bertino is a California transplant but claims she’s now ‘Texas’ through and through. Since moving to the Lone Star State she’s become a serious advocate for the Second Amendment. She recalls loading shot Slickgun shells at the dining room