Category Archives: Business

Kilted to Kick Cancer

Kilted to Kick Cancer 2017 is winding down, and I haven’t even broken through the $1,000 level. Its been rough this year, but I gotta try my best to at least break through a grand. Even if I manage that, … Continue reading

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Rules for Guns 2 Ammo giveaway

To enter, click on the Guns 2 Ammo ad in the sidebar – KL Rules for the Guns 2 Ammo Sweepstakes– To Be Held September 30, 2017— We’ll be doing the drawing on Facebook Live (assuming the snowflakes will grant … Continue reading

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Kilted to Kick Cancer – more prizes!

Kilted to Kick Cancer, Day the 10TH!!A huge Thank You going out to two very generous actors…Mark Harmon, who plays Special Agent Leroy Gibbs was kind enough to lend a signature to the Holster Give-Away to help raise money for … Continue reading

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I’m proud to announce a new sponsor – Guns 2 Ammo

Hey, I’d like to point out their clickable ad in my sidebar in case you decide to come back to it later but can’t find this post. And now, a few words from them: Guns 2 Ammo (www.guns2ammo.com) Our Introduction … Continue reading

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A Dragon Leatherworks review from Justin

I got two holsters from Dennis. I chose the Valkyrie and Executive both in black crocodile, one for a Sig p226 and the other for a Colt Python. The craftsmanship is flawless, the stitching is straight, and even the finish … Continue reading

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The Pinks by Chris Enss

A few weeks ago Chris Enss sent me a copy of her latest book, “The Pinks” which profiles a few of the Pinkerton Detective Agency’s female operatives. I wasn’t aware that the Pinkerton’s employed any female agents but Chris tells … Continue reading

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Announcing Dragon Homebrew Supply

Dennis aka Dragon from Dragon Leatherworks, Leathersmith Supreme and all around Great Guy, has expanded his business to include home brewing supplies. At the moment he’s carrying ingredients but hopes to expand to all supplies once this takes off. I … Continue reading

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Is there a fisherman in your family?

Check these out While you’re there, hit the tabs at his site and check out some of his other products. He does great work, I’ve got several of his pieces and am always amazed at the quality of his work.

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Support Patriot Businesses

While these items are no longer available as stocking stuffers, several equally fine items are available from the advertisers on this site. Yeah, I know it’s July but why not get a jump on your lists and give them a … Continue reading

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Dragon Leatherworks Sale

Now through June 14th (ie: for 7 full days so we can deliver by Fathers Day) any of the PRE-MADE Valkyrie products on our website will be shipped free, at a 20% discount from the online price! Dads…let your wives/girlfriends … Continue reading

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A shameless plug

A repost from May 2015: Damned near everybody knows that I’m a self confessed Holster Whore. I’ve confessed it several times, in fact I’m somewhat proud of it. Circumstances dictate your mode of carry, plain and simple. Where you live, … Continue reading

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Rusty’s Butt Rub (in keeping with Fanny Friday)

Two or three weeks ago I got a package in the mail from one of my regular readers, and an email asking if I’d give his dry rub a try and give him my honest opinion. Well, I would’ve loved … Continue reading

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Trade Show Skills Part I – STM

SoftBaugh has released an article on trade show skills. Trade shows are often overlooked by many small businesses, or approached with unreasonable expectations by others. Trade shows can run the gamut between inexpensive $100 or less booths at gun shows … Continue reading

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No Fructose Corn Syrup – STM

At the trade show last week, no outside food or beverages were allowed. Instead, vendors inside were giving food and beverages away to promote their products to the attendees. Because our family had stopped drinking sugared beverages a long time … Continue reading

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Small Business Credit – STM

SoftBaugh has released an article introducing small business credit, starting with a company credit card. Credit is often misunderstood by new small business owners, especially in the face of movies and television programs which completely misrepresent the subject. Saved for … Continue reading

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Happy Business Tax Day! – SB

That’s right, a month before most people get excited about what their refund might be, business owners across the country have been struggling to get their business tax returns across the finish line on March 15th, the deadline for business … Continue reading

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Introduction To Prospecting – STM

SoftBaugh has released an article on the subject of prospecting for the small business owner. As with many of the articles in this small business article series so far, this article introduces the topic at an introductory level. Future articles … Continue reading

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Your Small Business Checking Account – SB

You started your small business, and now what? An important first step is to get a business checking account, even if you intend to operate as a sole proprietorship. Review our “Should I Incorporate?” article for an overview of the … Continue reading

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The Idle Manager Myth – SB

A common brunt of office jokes is that the boss doesn’t do anything; the team is doing all the work, anyone can see that. Sometimes, of course, it is true that there are managers who truly don’t do anything, but … Continue reading

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Make Mistakes Quickly! – SB

When running a small business, it is important to make mistakes. A lot of them. And as fast as you can. That seems counter-intuitive, but it is true. Embracing your mistakes and the opportunity hidden inside each one gives you … Continue reading

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