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Rick Sapp

Rick Sapp earned his Ph.D. in social anthropology after working for the 66th Military Intelligence Group, USAREUR, during the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia. He lived in Paris, France, prior to working for the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and then turned to journalism and freelance writing. He has written for many newspapers and magazines and has authored more than 50 books for a variety of publishers.

Rick's Everyday Carry...

I normally carry a Smith & Wesson .380 Bodyguard in a cross-draw waist holster. This is the ideal gun for a hot climate because it is small and lightweight. On colder days when I am wearing a jacket or sweater, I often carry a Walther PPS in .40 caliber.


Recent Articles ByRick Sapp

Taurus TX22: Rethinking the .22
Taurus TX22: Rethinking the .22
Rick Sapp —February 22, 2019
Feeling Broken: Are We Losing?
Feeling Broken: Are We Losing?
Rick Sapp —February 15, 2019
How Old Is Too Old?
How Old Is Too Old?
Rick Sapp —February 8, 2019
Hold Parents Responsible
Hold Parents Responsible
Rick Sapp —February 1, 2019
Handloading as a Form of Protest
Handloading as a Form of Protest
Rick Sapp —January 25, 2019
Hands Up, Kid!
Hands Up, Kid!
Rick Sapp —January 18, 2019
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