Disciplines such as hunting and self defense require shooters to develop certain skill sets. This process can be made much more simple – even fun – when a shooter enrolls at the right shooting school.
Loading, reloading and dealing with malfunctions might seem like basic skills, but they are among the most important fundamentals in handling a semi-automatic pistol competently.
Whether plinking tin cans or competing in practical pistol, Americans love to shoot. But target shooting does more than sharpen marksmanship skills. It also has a big impact on the economy.
Getting a rifled scoped in and hitting where you want it to is a vital skill any shooter must have. This video gives a quick and easy technique to get a rifle sighted in using just two shots.
Nowadays toy guns can be a touchy subject, which begs the question: As gunowners and parents teaching our kids to respect firearms, should children today be allowed to play with toy guns?
The author of two Gun Digest books on marksmanship, Peter Lessler is a skillful firearms instructor in his own right. But here, he gives us a look of what it was like to train with the master -- Col. Jeff Cooper.
There are many facets to sporting clays, trap and skeet, among the most important is analyzing a clay's flight path. This video gives you the tips to know where the birds are flying and when to pull the trigger.
Jack O'Connor was one of America's most renown gun writers. In honor of his birthday (Jan. 22), we let the gentleman dole out some advice on steadier shooting while big game hunting. His words are still as solid today as they were more than 60 years ago.
One of the most useful rifle shooting aids is also one of the most neglected. That is the use of the loop sling. The support and steadiness it provides, when properly used, is enormous.