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Country Living: Security & Self-Defense in Rural Areas

Country Living: Security & Self-Defense in Rural Areas

Getting away from it all sounds like paradise after fighting traffic and smog for years,...
Firearm Familiarity: Building Confidence in Your CCW Gun

Firearm Familiarity: Building Confidence in Your CCW Gun

If you know your concealed-carry gun, you need not fear the result of a hundred...
Tricked-Out vs. Training: The Best Accessory for a CCW Pistol

Tricked-Out vs. Training: The Best Accessory for a CCW Pistol

With an almost-endless selection of accessory options for today's CCW guns, what's the best one...
Purpose-Built Defensive Ammo: Find It and Use It

Purpose-Built Defensive Ammo: Find It and Use It

Just because you've settled on one particular defensive load doesn't mean there aren't other useful...
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...
Head vs. Holster: The Importance of a Solid Self-Defense Mindset

Head vs. Holster: The Importance of a Solid Self-Defense Mindset

Proper self-defense starts with the right mindset, regardless of the tool in your holster.
Looking & Assessing: An Essential Element of Defensive Training

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...
5 Handling Tips for a Home-Defense Shotgun

5 Handling Tips for a Home-Defense Shotgun

When faced with a threat, a home-defense shotgun can be quite the equalizer, but only...
Browning Hi Power: Revisiting a 20th-Century Classic

Browning Hi Power: Revisiting a 20th-Century Classic

Though Browning discontinued its Hi Power, there are still plenty floating around the market. Sheriff...
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...
Should You Alter Your Concealed-Carry Gun?

Should You Alter Your Concealed-Carry Gun?

Is modifying your concealed-carry gun a good idea? Here are a few thoughts from Sheriff...
Testing a New Concealed-Carry Gun: 3 Steps to Success

Testing a New Concealed-Carry Gun: 3 Steps to Success

Should you choose a new concealed-carry gun with a different fire-control system, take your time...
Smith & Wesson Model 442 Revolver: My Concealed-Carry Companion

Smith & Wesson Model 442 Revolver: My Concealed-Carry Companion

Finding something that works for you—and sticking with it—is a good thing. That's why Sheriff...
Front-Sight Focus: An Essential Aspect of Defensive Shooting

Front-Sight Focus: An Essential Aspect of Defensive Shooting

Some defensive-shooting techniques eschew the traditional front-sight focus, saying it slows down a defensive shooter....
The Statistics of Self-Defense: Don't Bet Your Life on Averages

The Statistics of Self-Defense: Don't Bet Your Life on Averages

Don’t base your self-defense strategy on the average anything. You’re not average, right?
Behind the Gun: Pistol Training vs. Pistol Choice

Behind the Gun: Pistol Training vs. Pistol Choice

As Sheriff Jim highlights in these anecdotes, there's much more to personal defense than just...
Personal-Defense Ammo: Top Picks from the Experts

Personal-Defense Ammo: Top Picks from the Experts

Ever wonder what loads the experts carry in their personal-defense guns? Here are some of...
4 Reasons Why You Need a Reload for Your Concealed-Carry Gun

4 Reasons Why You Need a Reload for Your Concealed-Carry Gun

The only time you have too much ammo is when you have to move it...
Train to Fight: Solid Defensive Habits for the Armed Citizen

Train to Fight: Solid Defensive Habits for the Armed Citizen

Developing good habits for defense in training is vital for the armed citizen. These habits...
Injured in an Attack? Stay in the Fight.

Injured in an Attack? Stay in the Fight.

In any sort of fight, the possibility of injury is real. Be prepared to do...
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