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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...

Defensive Revolver Grip

Gripping a revolver is different from gripping a semi-automatic. (Photo courtesy of Smith & Wesson)

Fisch and Tips: Holsters, Part I

Picking a holster for concealed carry can be difficult. Here are the pros and cons...

Springfield XD(M) in .45 ACP

Now available in America's most popular self-defense chambering, expect even more Springfield XD(M)s in CCW...

How to Reload a Shotgun: Tips From the Pros

Watching the best practical shotgunners in the world at the 2010 International Practical Shooting Confederation...

Dueling Zeros

Recently, a shooting buddy asked me about the merits of close-range zeros for a fighting...

Fisch and Tips: Shooting Stance

Fishing for shooting advice? Here's the skinny; hook, line and sinker.

Shooting Tips from Max Michel

Improve your speed with a handgun by following these tips from one of the fastest...

How to Zero an AR with Open Sights

Zeroing an AR is no different than zeroing any other rifle. It should be zeroed...

Springfield SOCOM 16

Springfield Armory sought out to further improve upon the idea within its own well-established M1A...

Snub-Nose Training Tips

Snub-nose revolvers are popular concealed-carry firearms, but they are notoriously difficult to shoot accurately. Here...

Extraordinary Bullets

Big-game hunters demand a lot from a bullet. Not only must the value-priced projectile punch...

Top Tactical Optics for 2010

From red dot to mil dot, this year's new optics offer an alternative to the...

Outside the Box: Benelli MR1

Benelli's MR1 redefines how a black rifle should look, feel and operate. At its heart...
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