What to Look for in Defensive Firearm Training

In defensive shooting, as in most other things in life, we improve what we measure. First you must make the decision to learn and then improve upon it.

Mastering the Basics of Defensive Handgun Shooting

Having all the newest gear can definitely an advantage, but not if you haven't first mastered the basics of defensive handgun training. Sheriff Jim Wilson talks about the fundamental skills for shooting a handgun well.

When do you Carry?

If you carry concealed, do so all the time, not just when you think you need to.

Unleaded Workout

Budgets and work schedules make it nearly impossible to find time—much less money—to send hundreds of rounds downrange every week. But with a safe and sensible approach, dry-fire practice can improve your technique.

Skills Check: The 3-Second Drill

Practice your shooting fundamentals with this straightforward yet challenging drill.

The Pros and Cons of Carrying a 1911

Sometimes when you get back with your ex, you suddenly remember why you broke up. This was my recent experience with the 1911 pistol.

Concealed-Carry 1911s: A Love-Hate Relationship

Sometimes when you get back with your ex, you suddenly remember why you broke up. Such was my experience with the 1911, a design I used for concealed carry often.

Concealed Carry Made Simple

As many Americans are finding out, personal defense is a matter of primary importance. In this article, Richard Mann talks about the basics of concealed carry.

Firearms Training Starts with Having the Right Attitude

When it comes to firearms training and personal defense, there's no better starting point than having the right attitude.

Practicing Unconventional Shooting Positions

Sheriff Jim Wilson talks about three unconventional shooting positions that are worth practicing.

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