Some time ago we wrote about choosing between a Glock and Sig for an everyday carry, but it makes sense to go one step further back and ask, "Why own a firearm in the first place?" This week's article is a guest piece that answers that. I’ve served in the military for over 16 years; I’ve fired many different kinds of weapons in my day. But until this year, I’ve never owned a personal firearm. I like shooting and weapons are fascinating, but I
At the Gents Place, we'll admit, we love a good shoe shine. Whether it's in the airport on the way to or from a trip, or whether it's in one
Today's article is a guest post from the founder of The Orderly Gent. I meet a lot of men who have genuine and healthy concerns about how they present themselves and conduct their affairs. Men who have
When we think of organs we tend to think of hearts, or livers, or stomachs. These creations of genius and wonder help us regulate our bodies and keep us alive.
“Essentialism is not about how to get more things done; it’s about how to get the right things done. It doesn’t mean just doing less for the sake of less
Oh no, not a journal. No, I'm not a writer, you might be thinking to yourself. That's fine. This isn't an article for writers. They already do something like this.
All discerning gents at some point start to pay more attention to their footwear, and start to put together an ensemble of choices to match occasion and attire. However, sometimes we simply
Even as Western society opts for more casual wear, items like the pocket square are finding their way back into the closets (and the pockets) of the discerning gent. But
The United States is currently experiencing a boom in terms of carefully crafted spirits. Both beer and spirits see an upward trend of proprietors fanatically devoted to making a quality
Over the last two decades, men have been subjected to a series of (often unnecessary) "upgrades" in cartridge shaving. Two blades became three, three became five, and so on. Despite