Dry fire is an important part of any firearms training, but are shooters getting all they can out of it? Grant Cunningham suggests there is a more productive way to pull the trigger sans ammo.
A myth has arisen that Massad Ayoob calls “hierarchy of lethality.” It is the false belief that the firearm represents the nuclear level of hand-held weaponry, and is somehow more lethal than other deadly weapons.
It’s not enough to own a gun and shoot it a few times a year. To be prepared to defend yourself and your family, regular handgun shooting practice is a must. Get the most from those sessions.
If you practice concealed carry, put these 10 essential articles by Massad Ayoob on your 'Must Read' list!
When it comes to shotguns, there has been a marked turn toward home-defense. Here's a few points about taking up the defensive shotgun for the protection of yourself, home or office.
When it comes to training with a handgun, sometimes less is more.
Holster retention is an important concept to grasp, whether you open or concealed carry. Here is a look at some general concepts on holster retention.
Time and ammo are precious commodities, so when you have the chance to practice shooting you want to maximize your investment.
Steel targets are a blast, but without a plot of land can be an impractical option. The Dura-Steel line, however, makes moving around and storing these durable targets a snap.