The slaughter of four young California Highway Patrol Officers at Newhall, in 1970, was a watershed experience in the history of American law enforcement. Four decades after the incident, the lessons from Newhall illustrate critical aspects of tactical training for law enforcement and self-defense.
Thanks to everyone who entered for a chance to win this great set of concealed carry books by Massad Ayoob. While it looks like leather is the preferred material for concealed carry holsters, many of you also made a convincing case for synthetic.
If you own a handgun, you'll want to get in on this chance to win three of Gun Digest's best-selling titles from concealed carry expert, Massad Ayoob.
The discussion of stronger gun laws is definitely not a new one. Check out this editorial, from the 1969 "Gun Digest" annual book.
Grant Cunningham's newest book, "Gun Digest Shooter's Guide to Handguns," will be out later this month. Whether you're an experienced shooter or new to handguns, if you want to improve your performance shooting a pistol or revolver, this guide will help you do it. Here's your chance to win "Gun Digest Shooter's Guide to...
Thanks to everyone who commented for a chance to win Massad Ayoob's new book, "Gun Digest Book of Concealed Carry 2nd Edition." Massad said it well in his blog last week: the comments present "a fascinating spontaneous study of the mindset of armed citizens."
In yesterday's blog post, you got a look inside Massad Ayoob's new book, "Gun Digest Book of Concealed Carry 2nd Edition." Here's your chance to win a copy.
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...
As an expert witness in shooting cases over the past few decades, Massad Ayoob has drawn a few conclusions about what works and what doesn't. Find out why he avoids the use of handloads in self defense applications.