Handgun marksmanship training will not only help you survive an attack, it will give you legal ammunition in a court case and confidence that may prevent the attack before it ever happens.
No one doubts the value of good concealed carry training for the armed citizen. But can the fact that you got such training actually be used against you in court?
The venerable Ruger Redhawk is no stranger to sixgun lovers, but the company's newest 'hawk boasts a classy round butt grip, 4.2 inch barrel and is chambered in .45 Colt, with the option of shooting .45 ACP in moonclips to boot.
True-to-life digital targets are spurring interest among shooters in enhanced optics for their handguns.
The ACLDN is a for-profit membership organization that provides support following a self-defense incident. Here's why Gun Digest is partnering with them.
Concealed carry training in gun safety, marksmanship and legal issues is the pathway to the “not guilty” verdict we want to hear at the end of a month-long court case. Here is how it works.
There’s little excuse for not keeping your handguns clean as a whistle with the convenience of the Gun Boss Handgun Cleaning Kit.
Most factory handgun sights are all right, until the lights get dimmed. From then on tritium sights reign supreme.
A look at two very revealing self-defense cases in which the good guys were prosecuted despite apparently doing everything right.