Spend some time moving your benchmark and you'll quickly realize you can always improve your shooting skills, no matter how proficient you've become.
Sheriff Jim Wilson shows you how to get the most out of your time at the range.
Practicing with one hand will help develop skills that might become
necessary in a fight. Ed Head talks about why you should practice one-hand shooting.
As Ed Head says, being able to adequately defend yourself begins with having the right mindset and expectations.
When it comes to firearms training at the range, it's important to push yourself to work on areas you're not always comfortable with.
For about the last five years or so the popular Dot Torture drill and target have been showing up in a multitude of defensive courses, both introductory and advanced in nature.
Don’t let the winter months get your rifle skills down. Instead, try these quick precision-rifle drills to keep things fresh.
Developing your carbine skills takes practice, and with all the drills out there, it can be overwhelming to find good drills. Here are some favorite rifle drills of Skills Check Editor Ed Head.
Think the Failure Drill is too easy? Here's a variant of the drill with a speed reload thrown into the mix.
Should you opt to carry a pocket pistol, thoroughly practicing with it is arguably more important than with your full-size pistol. Here are some drills to improve your skills.