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How to Train at Home with SOB Tactical

You might not be able to get out for training for a while. Here’s something...

Maintaining Control of Your Pistol

Being retentive is a good thing when it comes to maintaining control of your firearm...

The Problems With Small Self-Defense Guns

Small pistols are all the rage now, but the smaller the pistol, the bigger the...

First Look: SIG Sauer ProForce P229 Airsoft Pistol

Looking for the perfect training tool to pair with your SIG Sauer P229? Check out...

5 Handgun Training Tools You Can Use at Home

Can’t get to the range? No problem. The following training aids will keep those essential...

Dry-Fire Practice: Tips From an Old Hand

Growing up, Bart Skelton watched his dad, Skeeter Skelton, dry-firing guns on a regular basis...

Handgun Speed vs. Accuracy: What's the Right Balance?

Volumes can and have been written about how fast is fast enough, and how accurate...

Skills Check: Double-Action Dot Torture

If you find Dot Torture to be too easy, try it with a double-action revolver.

Practicing Safety: The Glock Striker Control Device

"The Gadget," a striker control device from Tau Development Group, is designed to provide Glock-pistol...

5 Training Tips for a Personal-Defense Rifle

Sheriff Jim covers some of the important necessities when using a rifle for defensive purposes.

First Look: SIG AIR M17 ASP Air Pistol

SIG Sauer expanded its line of SIG AIR C02-powered air pistols with the launch of...

Pistol Red Dots: Making the Most of a Slide-Mounted Optic

Pistols with red-dot sights are all the rage, but many shooters have specific difficulties resulting...

Looking & Assessing: An Essential Element of Defensive Training

During training, many shooters feign that look-and-assess movement at the end of a shooting string...but...

Dummy Rounds: Safe & Effective Training Tools

Believe it or not, you can learn a lot by using inert dummy rounds in...

Single-Handed Shooting: Why Practice It?

If available evidence suggests that people continue fighting with an injured primary hand, why practice...

Appendix Carry: What's It All About?

Appendix carry is growing more popular as a preferred concealed-carry position. What are the pros...

Semi-Auto Trigger Tech: DA/SA to Striker-Fired

The move from double-action revolvers to semi-automatic pistols triggered a series of developments in the...

6 Fun Phone Apps for Dry-Fire Practice

Dry-fire practice is essential to building good gun-handling skills, but it can get boring quickly....

Review: iTarget Dry-Fire Training System

After using the iTarget dry-fire training system for nearly two years, we've found a lot...

Firearm Practice on a Budget

You’ve likely read countless articles admonishing you to get professional firearm training, but the costs...
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