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Bringing People into the Personal-Defense World

Bringing People into the Personal-Defense World

There are plenty of inexperienced people out there who are looking to build their personal-defense...
Review: Colt Cobra

Review: Colt Cobra

The much-loved Colt Cobra revolver is back, and quite evolved from when we last saw...
Dry-Fire Practice: Tips From an Old Hand

Dry-Fire Practice: Tips From an Old Hand

Growing up, Bart Skelton watched his dad, Skeeter Skelton, dry-firing guns on a regular basis...
3 Self-Defense Opinions That Don't Hold Water

3 Self-Defense Opinions That Don't Hold Water

Too often, Sheriff Jim hears these three claims in the personal-defense community. Here's why you...
Handgun Break-In: Is It Needed?

Handgun Break-In: Is It Needed?

At the gun shop the other day, while shopping for a new concealed-carry pistol, I...
Fightin' Iron: Applegate-Fairbairn Knife

Fightin' Iron: Applegate-Fairbairn Knife

Many edged-weapon enthusiasts have heard of the Fairbairn-Sykes commando dagger, but what about the post-World...
Review: Kimber EVO SP

Review: Kimber EVO SP

Creation and Intelligent Design need not be mutually exclusive. See how both these concepts blend...
Rangemaster: Gunsite Academy's Ed Stock

Rangemaster: Gunsite Academy's Ed Stock

Manners need not always be in “stock” when it comes to being a rangemaster at...
Skills Check: Dot Torture Drill

Skills Check: Dot Torture Drill

With just a box of ammo and a single target, you can have a full-skills...
Skills Check: 20-Round Defensive Pistol Drill

Skills Check: 20-Round Defensive Pistol Drill

Shooting drills with a concealed-carry pistol is something that many shooters neglect to do. Here's...
Skills Check: Shooting Drills for Restrictive Ranges

Skills Check: Shooting Drills for Restrictive Ranges

Practicing from the holster is most efficient, but not always allowed on certain ranges. Here’s...
Shooting Stance: What's Right for You?

Shooting Stance: What's Right for You?

Confused about the proper pistol-shooting stance? Check out our breakdown here.
'The Tactical Games' Gains Popularity Among Shooters

'The Tactical Games' Gains Popularity Among Shooters

The Tactical Games is a relative newcomer in competitive shooting, but its blend of physical...
Hobbyists vs. Hardcore Enthusiasts: The Gun-Community Divide

Hobbyists vs. Hardcore Enthusiasts: The Gun-Community Divide

Not every gun owner who carries is a hardcore gun enthusiast—but they could be.
Range Review: PolyFrang Metal-Impregnated Polymer Ammo

Range Review: PolyFrang Metal-Impregnated Polymer Ammo

Overpenetration and lethal rounds traveling through interior walls are both issues with home-defense loads fired...
Review: Heckler & Koch VP9SK

Review: Heckler & Koch VP9SK

The Heckler & Koch VP9SK is built for the concealed-carry market, because we’re good enough,...
Skill and Confidence: Developing Both Elements for Self-Defense

Skill and Confidence: Developing Both Elements for Self-Defense

Performing a task well is important, but equally important is having the intestinal fortitude to...
New for 2019: ATI Purple GSG Firefly

New for 2019: ATI Purple GSG Firefly

Looking for a splash of color in your rimfire-training pistol? Check out the latest addition...
I Carry: Smith & Wesson M&P9 in a High Noon Holsters Instinct Extreme

I Carry: Smith & Wesson M&P9 in a High Noon Holsters Instinct Extreme

In this week's episode of "I Carry," we look at using a Smith & Wesson...
Allentown Police Choose Glock Duty Pistols

Allentown Police Choose Glock Duty Pistols

The Allentown, PA, police force ended its search for an all-new duty sidearm, choosing the...
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