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Product Review: Bullhide Belts Holsters

Expanding on its services to shooters and concealed-carry licensees, the folks at Bullhide Belts now...

How To Do a Glock Trigger Job

If you’re a Glock owner, the following project will help to bide your time during...

Defensive Shooting Stances in the Real World

We all know what shooting stances are popular on the square range, but how does...

Reloading the Double-Action Revolver

Last week, Sheriff Jim talked about the trigger skills needed to master the double-action revolver....

The Object of Defensive-Gun Handling: Stop the Threat

There's a lot of talk about the lethality of certain cartridges, but Sheriff Jim reminds...

Review: Daniel Defense Delta 5

Daniel Defense, one of the industry’s premier manufacturers of AR-15s, stepped outside its niche for...

Ammunition Roundup: Examining 19 .327 Federal Magnum Loads

The performance specs behind the .327 Federal Magnum make it an ideal option for personal...

Range Review: Crimson Trace Battlesight & Long-Range Scope

Crimson Trace entered the market with its all-new lineup of optics. We spent some time...

Ammo Accuracy: 15 Loads in Three Different Guns

We often talk about different guns preferring different rounds, but how much variability is there...

Review: Savage Arms MSR-15 Recon

With the new MSR-15 Recon, does Savage Arms have a place in the popular “black-gun”...

The New Hotness: Examining AR-Style Pistol-Caliber Carbines

Pistol-caliber carbines are the go-to for today's firearm enthusiasts, but there are things about which...

Examining .44-Special Revolvers for Personal Defense

Revolvers, especially those in .44 Special, continue to beguile American shooters, and with good reason.

New for 2019: DoubleStar ZERO Carbine

In a market loaded with AR variants, DoubleStar aimed to produce a perfectly balanced AR-15...

Self-Defense Ammo: Checking & Cycling Tips

You've cleaned your concealed-carry gun, you've trained and you've set up a decent holster. Now,...

Review: Ruger Officer-Style SR1911

Ruger’s recent offering to the concealed-handgun market, the SR1911 chambered in .45 ACP, promises to...

Workplace CCW: Tips for Personal Defense on the Job

Many variables factor into the decision to carry a concealed firearm. One that needs to...

Review: MG Arms Behemoth in .50 BMG

There’s a new semi-automatic .50 BMG rifle on the block, and the MG Arms Behemoth...

The 'Surprise' Shot: Examining a Common Training Technique

Oftentimes, when training new shooters, instructors will tell their trainees that the shot going off...

Fightin' Iron: The Krag-Jørgensen Rifle

Though its military-service life spanned slightly more than a decade, the Krag-Jørgensen rifle served as...

First Look: Ruger Security 9

The new Ruger Security 9 is purpose-built for easy carry and personal defense.
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