Dueling Zeros

Recently, a shooting buddy asked me about the merits of close-range zeros for a fighting carbine.

Fisch and Tips: Holsters, Part I

Picking a holster for concealed carry can be difficult. Here are the pros and cons to a bevy of holster styles to help guide your selection.

Vehicular Carry

NRA Certified Instructor Tom Marx begins his series on concealed carry methods with a look at how best to carry a firearm in a vehicle.

Fisch and Tips: Holsters, Part II

In part two of our look at holster selection, we examine materials, belts, mag pouches and drills for the proper draw.

Mistakes to Avoid

A variety of common errors can prevent you from realizing your full potential with a handgun.

Change Your Practice at the Range

Practicing against a static target at a known distance in bright light with your gun out of the holster might be fun, but it's not the best way to train for self-defense.

Concealed-Carry Myths

Many new concealed-carry permit holders subscribe to a variety of myths that could have potentially deadly consequences. Here are five of the most common.

Crossed-Thumbs Revolver Grip

Did you buy an ultra-lightweight or polymer revolver and find the recoil to be a bit harsh? If so, a crossed-thumbs grip may help.

Little Self-Defense Pistols

Ultra-compact pistols are all the rage, but are they a good choice for self-defense?

Binocular Tips

Often overlooked by shooters who don't hunt, binoculars can be a very useful tool at any outdoor range.

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