Even when you can't get to the range, even when you don't feel like dry-firing for the umpteenth time, there are ways to train to prepare yourself.
There are things we can do outside of the range to prepare us for confrontation. Second part in a series.
We all have fears, both rational and irrational. Harness that fear rather than become paralyzed by it.
Jeff Cooper's legendary El Presidente drill is a great way to train for accuracy, power and speed.
Carrying a concealed firearm is not much of a way defend yourself if you don't know how to get the gun into action. Here are some tips to improving your draw when carrying concealed.
A home invasion can destroy your safe haven in an instant. Here is Sheriff Jim Wilson's advice on how to best prepare yourself to deal with an armed intruder.
Shooting is like any other sport, so you need to be in the best shape possible to perform. Whether for competition or self-defense, learn how to get in shape with specific exercises for running your firearm.
Exercise and dry fire practice can help make you a better shooter.
No need to buy a pile of special gear to shoot an IDPA match; just bring your carry gun in its holster and see how well you can handle the pressure.
The AK-47 and its variants are combat-tough vets and can be formidable self-defense options—with the proper training