Pistol training to master the basics is the only way to shoot faster and more accurately. Whether you carry a pistol for a living, for defense or personal protection, "Tactical Pistol Shooting" will help you attain the level of handgun training desired.
Thanks to everyone who entered to win a copy of "Own the Night." Blog readers were quick to identify several errors in last week's "what's wrong with this picture" question.
Last week, we looked at ways that using a flashlight can get you hurt, and considered one example from "Own the Night" by Scott Wagner. Find out what Wagner says about the technique in the photo, and enter for a chance to win a free copy of the book!
The goal in any active shooter situation is to get in and stop the shooter as quickly as possible to end the killing. Once the shooter is stopped your team can safely clear the building and bring in medical. But the top priority is to get inside and get in the fight. If you...
There are several ways to effectively use a flashlight for personal protection and home defense. There are also ways to use a light that can get you shot.
Hot off the press is Tactical Gear Digital Issue #6, featuring a review of AR15.com's new Complete Billet Lower, tactical apparel; how to build a STI 2011 pistol (video); the Defensive Edge AR-15 Armorer Course; a review of Wilson Combat's Standard Model shotgun; and a look at new tactical gear.
Newbold polymer targets are truly versatile and easy to incorporate into any training situation.
Since the 1980’s, the Marine Corps has used the M12 nylon pistol holster. But that design is now being replaced. According to the Marine Corps Times, “Officials say they targeted the outdated M12 holster because so many Marines were paying for modern tactical replacements.”
Illuminate, Identify, Incapacitate. This is the defensive triad of any good tactical lighting system. With today’s more powerful and flexible lights, we can use the light system to disorient and stun the opponent.