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Defensive Shooting: A Quickly Diminishing Skill

Defensive Shooting: A Quickly Diminishing Skill

You've taken some training classes? Shot well in your last club competition? Good! But don't...
What Women Want in Guns & Firearm Training

What Women Want in Guns & Firearm Training

Women are joining the ranks of shooters in ever-increasing numbers, but what can be done...
Range Review: 2A Armament BLR-16 Gen 2

Range Review: 2A Armament BLR-16 Gen 2

Through a combination of material selection and machining, the 2A Armament BLR-16 Gen 2 is...
Lone Star Medics Launches 'Operation Analeptic' Medical Training

Lone Star Medics Launches 'Operation Analeptic' Medical Training

The Lone Star Medics "Operation Analeptic" training event focuses on applying tactical medical skills during...
Confident CCW: Overcoming Obstacles to Effective EDC

Confident CCW: Overcoming Obstacles to Effective EDC

You’ll need determination as well as a gun to overcome all the obstacles to concealed...
Five Factors Affecting Training: Overcoming the Barriers

Five Factors Affecting Training: Overcoming the Barriers

Many barriers affect the decision to seek effective training. Don’t let them derail your efforts.
Eye-Grabbing Grips: Andrews Exotic Leather 1911 Grip Panels

Eye-Grabbing Grips: Andrews Exotic Leather 1911 Grip Panels

You've seen custom 1911 grip panels carved from wood, but what about panels made from...
Shooting With One Eye or Two Eyes Open: Which is Correct?

Shooting With One Eye or Two Eyes Open: Which is Correct?

Lots of trainers talk about the importance of shooting with both eyes open. What if...
Review: SIG Sauer M400 Tread

Review: SIG Sauer M400 Tread

The SIG Sauer M400 Tread is the company’s first sub-$1,000 rifle system and brings new...
Personal-Defense Skill-Building: Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

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...
Trigger Reset: Should You Use It?

Trigger Reset: Should You Use It?

Many of today's handguns have a short-reset point, where the trigger mechanism "resets" at a...
Concealed-Carry for Beginners: Tips for Continued Training

Concealed-Carry for Beginners: Tips for Continued Training

Getting your concealed-carry permit is a great start in your self-defense journey, but it is...
Traveling with Firearms: Tips for the Interstate Concealed Carrier

Traveling with Firearms: Tips for the Interstate Concealed Carrier

Planning to do some traveling with your firearms? Here are a few tips and resources...
SIG Sauer Academy Adds Courses and Coming to Texas

SIG Sauer Academy Adds Courses and Coming to Texas

SIG Sauer Academy Adds Courses and Coming to Texas.
How to Clean Your Guns: Tips from an Expert

How to Clean Your Guns: Tips from an Expert

Cleaning firearms is not at the top of the list of fun things to do,...
Dealing With Danger: Desensitization and Decision-Making

Dealing With Danger: Desensitization and Decision-Making

Properly desensitizing yourself to things that could be perceived as an active threat allows you...
Single-Handed Shooting: Why Practice It?

Single-Handed Shooting: Why Practice It?

If available evidence suggests that people continue fighting with an injured primary hand, why practice...
The First Rule of Gunfighting: Get Training

The First Rule of Gunfighting: Get Training

It's often said that the first rule of gunfighting is to have a gun. According...
Using Your Car for Cover: BSR's Training for Vehicle Defense

Using Your Car for Cover: BSR's Training for Vehicle Defense

BSR, located in West Virginia, offers tactical training for defense around vehicles, giving citizens the...
Snubnose Revolvers: Tried-and-True for Concealed-Carry Use

Snubnose Revolvers: Tried-and-True for Concealed-Carry Use

The seemingly ancient snubnose revolver still does certain things very well. Here are a few...
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