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.

In Defense of A Third Party

Should you intervene in a third-party dispute? Here's Sheriff Jim's take...

The Fix: Blank Canvas

You are a bullseye-pistol competitor poised to break into the NRA Expert Class, but the other day your target looked like you had shot it with a few rounds of buckshot.

Change-Up Drill

Pistol shooters have a shared addiction: shooting quickly on steel targets. There's something about the bang and clang and instant gratification that keeps us hammering away at steel.

Shooter Self-Care: Providing Lifesaving Care

Learning these skills can be the thing that keeps you or a shooting buddy alive until professional help arrives, especially since many shooting ranges are well off the beaten path.

You Look, But Do You See?

There's a difference between the two, but not everyone is aware of the distinction.

Tips for Painting Camouflage on Your Rifle

Camouflage equipment patterns are all the rage these days. I've been guilty of trying to make my rifles blend in with my surroundings since I was fairly young and in the Army.

Tips for Glass-Bedding a Rifle

Glass-bedding a rifle is a great way to improve accuracy, but there are important tips to follow to ensure it gets done correctly.

Self Defense and Your Vehicle

Sheriff Jim offers tips on staying safe on the road.

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.

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