Springfield Armory Emissary 1911

I Carry: Springfield Armory Emissary 1911 Pistol in a Milt Sparks Axiom Holster

In today's episode of "I Carry," we have the new Springfield Armory Emissary 1911 pistol carried in a Milt Sparks Axiom holster along with a Columbia River Knife and Tool Daktyl pocketknife.

Review: Nighthawk Custom Agent 2 Commander Pistol

Yes, Nighthawk Custom’s new Commander is on the pricey side—but it’s worth it.

I Carry: Nighthawk Custom Agent 2 Pistol in a Milt Sparks Axiom Holster

In today's episode of "I Carry," we have a high-end kit with a Nighthawk Custom Agent 2 pistol carried in a Milt Sparks Axium outside-the-waistband holster, along with a Garmin Tactix Delta smartwatch.

First Look: MasterPiece Arms MPA Matrix Rifle

MasterPiece Arms (MPA) is known for making high-quality precision rifles and chassis systems and is introducing its newest rifle: the MPA Matrix Rifle.

I Carry: Tisas Regent BR-9 in a Milt Sparks Holster

In this week's episode of "I Carry," we look at using a Tisas Regent BR-9 carried in a Milt Sparks holster, along with other essential EDC gear.

Solving Trigger Jerk: Drills & Techniques

The objective of shooting is hitting your target. When shooters pull the trigger on demand, they often jerk it, causing a missed shot. Here's how to solve your trigger-jerk problem.

Review: Savage Arms MSR-15 Recon

With the new MSR-15 Recon, does Savage Arms have a place in the popular “black-gun” market? We answer the question here.

First Look: MasterPiece Arms .300 Norma Bolt-Action Rifle

The .300 Norma is becoming popular for long-range shooting, and this new bolt-action rifle from MasterPiece Arms answers calls from precision-rifle shooters.

The 21-Foot Rule: Why Is It Important?

Most shooters know that a knife-wielding bad guy can cover 21 feet in the time it takes you to draw your handgun and bring it on target, but why is it important practical self-defense?

Trigger Jerk: How to Solve It

The objective of shooting is hitting your target. When shooters pull the trigger on demand, they often jerk it, causing a missed shot. Here's how to solve your trigger-jerk problem.

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