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Abner Miranda

Abner Miranda is a former Police Officer of 6 years, an FBI trained Hostage Negotiator, a First Responder, and Spanish Interpreter. He is currently a Firearms Instructor, an Armorer, and a regular contributor to our industry of both written and digital media. He is an AR-15 rifle designer and takes great pride instructing friends, family and fellow law enforcement agents.

Abner is also the owner of Tier 1 Citizen which specializes in building weapons that save lives. He has attended over 61 firearm courses and continues to learn every chance he gets. "Learn As You Go" is a phrase that could easily describe his life's path.

 


Glock 19 Vs. Glock 17    8/14/2019

Oh boy here we go! This is right up there with the age old question of 9mm vs. ,45 cal. Well just for the record I prefer 9mm, I'll tell you why in a future video. No matter how you look at it, the Glock line of pistols is the world leader in dependability. Once that's been established firmly in your mind, and is well understood, one has to decide on which Glock to carry. If you take caliber out of the equation and make the intelligent choice by going with 9mm you can then focus on which 9mm to go with. After being a G17 aficionado, for many years, I've gone to the G19. Magazine capacity, comfort in carry, concealability, and compatibility with full sized mags makes the G19 a wise choice.

Carrying A Gun While Driving    8/2/2019

Whether you're talking about inside the waistband or outside the waistband, side carry or appendix carry, no matter how you slice it, driving with a gun is no fun. In this video we take a look at some of the realities that go into living and driving while packing heat. I have chosen to carry my gun in a Bravo Concealment Holster. The Drop Out of Sight Torsion is a versatile holster that affords me enough comfort when driving to actually wear my gun. I know that statement sounds odd but many of us don't wear our guns because our mode of concealment is less than bearable from a comfort standpoint.