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Learning How to Shoot Takes Practice and Patience

In a world of instant gratification, Sheriff Jim Wilson talks about why learning how to shoot takes practice and patience.

Practice Makes Perfect: Learning How to Shoot a Firearm

When learning or teaching others how to shoot, it's important to understand how the learning process works.

Impact Weapons for Self-Defense: Training & Skill-Building

If you’re serious about self-defense, you should consider that you won’t always be able to have a firearm handy. Using an impact weapon to protect yourself is a vital skill, and one almost anyone can learn.

Skill and Confidence: Developing Both Elements for Self-Defense

Performing a task well is important, but equally important is having the intestinal fortitude to face the task in the first place.

Trigger Reset: Should You Use It?

Many of today's handguns have a short-reset point, where the trigger mechanism "resets" at a shorter point to allow for a shorter trigger pull. Should you take advantage of this feature? See what the experts say.

Kathy Jackson's Instructor Development Course Review

Teaching new shooters is a critical duty, so getting those instructors the best education possible is a top priority.

It's the Shooter, Not the Gun

All the tacticool gear in the world won't turn you into a better shooter.

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