Low-Round-Count Training

Surviving Ammogeddon: Low-Round-Count Training

Given today’s restrictive ammunition shortages, how can you best utilize your time and limited resources to maintain and even further develop your shooting skills? The short answer is to train smart by optimizing your firearms training.

How to Protect Your Personal Space

It's an everyday phenomenon that people are closer to us physically than we may even be aware of. Sheriff Jim Wilson talks about how you can stay alert to these encounters.

How to Welcome the Record Number of New Gun Owners

With record firearm sales and ever-increasing ranks of new gun owners, we should be stronger than ever. Here’s how to help keep up the momentum.

3 Must-Have Skills for Winning a Fight

In order to successfully defend yourself from a physical assault, you need to have a solid foundation that combines the mind, body and senses. Steve Tarani explains the 3 must-have skills for winning a fight.

Armed Adventurer: Test Your Gear Before You Travel

SI contributor Jeff Gonzales travels a lot for work and play, and he's learned much about what works for a travel loadout. Here are a few of his thoughts.

Tips & Tactics to Become a Better Shooter

You carry a gun for personal defense and sometimes shoot for pleasure. Your time is limited when you get to the range, so your practice regimen is much the same with every visit.

5 Easy AR-15 Upgrades Under $100

Looking to enhance that AR-15 of yours without taking out a second mortgage? Here are five performance-enhancing upgrades that you can do easily for less than $100.

Self-Defense Training: Clearing Hurdles & Obstacles

If you’re nervous about taking a self-defense class, here are some ways to allay your fears and take that vital first step toward becoming a better, more confident shooter.

Personal-Defense Skill-Building: Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

An experience at a recent training event led one Shooting Illustrated contributor to reflect on what allows users to build self-defense skills. Getting out of your comfort zone is critical.

Off-Hand Practice: An Easy Way to Improve Your Shooting

Want to shoot better? Build your handgun-shooting skills by training with your support hand.

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