The Mozambique Drill might be simple, but does a lot to sharpen defensive shooting skills.
No matter how steady your hunting rifle, hitting at any range presumes a proper zero.
Trigger discipline can breakdown, even among the most seasoned shooters. Here’s a nifty drill to help identify these troubled spots so you can correct them.
You don't always have a bench to shoot from and prone isn't always workable. But there are still positions that ensure your shot goes where you want it.
Most factory handgun sights are all right, until the lights get dimmed. From then on tritium sights reign supreme.
The author relays a recent incident that drives home the need for consistency when it comes to producing a precision round.
What is the likelihood of a so-called righteous shooting—one in which self-defense appears warranted by all known reasonable standards—still ending up in trial? It’s a great question and one that every armed citizen should consider.
The .22 rimfire reigns supreme when it comes to American shooters. But just exactly what are these nifty little rounds capable of at the extreme end of their range? You'd be surprised.
The kneeling position in shooting is fast and stable when done properly. Once mastered it will pay big dividends in the hunting fields.