9mm or .45 ACP — which caliber is best for self-defense? It’s a debate that’s dragged on for decades. In … Continued
Writer Profile: Chris Baker
Chris Baker joined the Lucky Gunner team in 2011 and, among other roles, serves as the editor of Lucky Gunner Lounge.
Chris has a broad interest in all types of shooting activities, but he’s most passionate about firearms as tools for personal protection. Prior to working for Lucky Gunner full time, Chris taught basic handgun skills and concealed carry permit classes to a diverse range of clients in his home state of North Carolina. He is a certified Rangemaster Shotgun and Advanced Handgun Instructor and NRA Handgun Instructor. His ongoing pursuit of knowledge in the shooting world has included over 300 hours of professional firearms and self-defense training from instructors like Ken Hackathorn, Tom Givens, Ernest Langdon, Craig Douglas, Darryl Bolke, Wayne Dobbs, Chuck Haggard, Claude Werner, John Hearne, Jim Higginbotham, Kyle DeFoor, and Randy Cain, among others.
Posts by Chris Baker
The question of ammo capacity is often one of the first asked by people new to concealed carry, right behind … Continued
A few months ago, I did a two part review on the Beretta 1301 Tactical semi-auto 12 gauge. This is … Continued
Finishing up our mini-series on the Beretta 92, today I’m taking a look at a pistol that has become one … Continued
For this next installment of our mini-series on the Beretta 92, I wanted to address some of the practical issues … Continued
During the course of our series on double action semi-autos, I mentioned a couple of times that I’m a fan … Continued