If you’re nervous about taking a self-defense class, here are some ways to allay your fears and take that vital first step toward becoming a better, more confident shooter.
With record firearm sales and ever-increasing ranks of new gun owners, we should be stronger than ever. Here’s how to help keep up the momentum.
Prescription lenses help restore our vision as we age, but what happens when you can’t find them or they get knocked off during a fight?
The last year has been pretty interesting, to say the least. It is hard to accurately interpret the information from the recent gun-buying trend. Normally, popularity is focused on what is selling and what is not. This type of sales information greatly helps the industry adjust and innovate.
Carrying a firearm for self-defense is only part of the solution. An even bigger part of your defensive plan is knowing when to draw said firearm to protect life. Once the legal and moral requirements have been met, it is all about how you draw your firearm from the holster.
For us, “Drill Practice” is isolating an individual part of a skill and focusing intently on improving or mastering it. The goal with good drill practice is to maximize overall improvement while minimizing overall effort. Success equals consistency over time.