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1911 Maintenance

While its nickname (Old Warhorse) speaks to the 1911's military service, as one of today's...

The 2x2x2 Drill

When faced with multiple threats, the temptation for panicked double-taps is great, but the 2x2x2...

The Truth About Practice and Drills

Here are some simple tips to make your shooting practice work better and improve your...

Life With the 1911

Some may disagree on the greatest pistol ever made, but life without a warhorse in...

Change Your Practice at the Range

Practicing against a static target at a known distance in bright light with your gun...

Bill Would Aid Public Shooting Ranges

A measure recently introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives is aimed at helping to...

Have a Plan

Let me tell you a true story that occurred in a major Southwest city not...

Ruger .44 Spl. Flat Top Blackhawk

Some marketing labels really have a lasting impact. Throughout a lifetime of living and breathing...

Clearing an AR-15 Stoppage

If the unthinkable happens at the worst possible moment, do you know the drill?

Ruger Announces SP101 Chambered for .22 LR

The new .22 LR Ruger® SP101 is true to Ruger standards of rugged reliability and...

Favorite Defensive Handgun Loads

During training classes or while conversing with shooters, I'm often asked about my favorite defensive...

The .45 ACP Cartridge

During this centennial celebration of the 1911, John Browning's greatest invention is getting all sorts...

Restaurant Carry

There's been a lot of buzz around the fact concealed carry in restaurants that serve...

Laser Training Devices

Training with a laser can improve your marksmanship skills. Here's a look at some of...

Laser Training Devices for Better Practice

Are they gimmicks or gear good enough to improve your shooting?

Back to School

Forget the apple. If you're attending formal self-defense training, here's the gear you need to...

Individual First-Aid Kits

Throwing an individual first-aid kit into your shooting bag might save your life. Here are...

Feet First

Your feet might be the most important part of your shooting stance. Here's how to...

Columbia River Knife and Tool Hissatsu Folder

Boasting a hefty blade of classic Samurai design and spring-assisted deployment, the CRKT Hissatsu Folder...

Fisch and Tips: Holsters, Part II

In part two of our look at holster selection, we examine materials, belts, mag pouches...
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