The draw is an overlooked concealed carry skill, but not knowing how to execute the maneuver can leave you empty handed when it matters most. Follow these tips to keep your draw crisp and on target in any situation.
After two days and more than 500 rounds in the MAG20 handgun training class, the results spoke for themselves.
Can’t decide what caliber handgun will make the best option for you? Here’s a look at the pros and cons of three popular concealed carry calibers.
We didn't know what (or if) we would need to shoot, when, or from what position or distance. Sounds a bit like how a defensive shooting situation might happen, right?
Massad Ayoob has been "swimming with the sharks" as an expert witness for the courts for 33 years in cases involving weapons and shootings. In his new book, "Gun Digest Book of Concealed Carry 2nd Edition," he shares his insight into two of today's hottest concealed carry issues: Castle Doctrine and stand your ground...
Drawing a pistol is a four-part operation, but keep in mind that if you need to can start firing from Position Two. The proper draw is broken down into these four steps.
This fundamental of shooting is always important; it is the foundation for your shooting platform. For combat-type shooting, the stance should be solid, yet potently ready for movement. This stance looks like a fist-fighter’s stance.
Effective shooting with your concealed carry firearm begins with fundamentals; like finding your dominant eye. To find out which eye is dominant, take this simple foolproof test.
If you want to learn how to shoot a pistol faster and more accurately, "Tactical Pistol Shooting" by Erik Lawrence delivers the handgun training you need. These shooting drills are a great place to start, whether you carry a pistol for a living, or carry concealed for self defense or personal protection.