Rob Pincus goes over some basics of every man's most nerve-racking form of concealed carry—appendix carry. Learn how it's done and why you should give it a try.
What should you do if someone notices you're armed? For one thing, stay calm. And then follow these proven steps.
A thoughtful and balanced video review of Handgun Training for Personal Protection. Find out why this book, by author Richard Mann, is essential reading for anyone interested in concealed carry or handgun training for home defense.
Here are 4 simple tips to help you avoid being a victim of assault or home burglary that I learned in over 27 years as a cop dealing with the aftermath.
Rob Pincus finished up the 2013 training year in Arizona, a state where you are not required to have any training before you can carry a defensive firearm. Two of Rob's Advanced Pistol Handling students share their thoughts on the need for concealed carry training in this video.
Every shot you take, fast or slow, near or far, small or large target, requires the correct handgun fundamentals.
Improve your handgun shooting speed and accuracy by focusing on the front sight and mastering the flash sight picture. Peter Lessler explains how.
Trigger control might be the toughest thing to master in handgun shooting, but it’s also one of the most important.
Watch this episode of First Person Defender to learn life-saving tips on how to draw a firearm and defend against a parking lot kidnapping attempt.