Practicing at Distance

Why You Should Practice with a Handgun at Distance

While the vast majority of defensive gun uses occur at close range, practicing at distance is an important skill for all shooters to develop.

Everything You Need to Know About Subcompact Pistols

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.

Training for Personal Defense With and Without Glasses

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?

How to Master True Concealment with Everyday Carry

Standing out in a crowd can be a good thing, but not when you’re carrying a concealed firearm.

How to Welcome the Record Number of New Gun Owners

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.

Learning From Your Failures in Training

Failure may not be fun, but it is the best tool for learning. Use it to your advantage in training and improve your shooting skills.

The Four Rules of Firearm Safety

When it comes to firearms safety, understanding and following the four laws of firearm safety is crucial not only to you, but to those around you.

Firearms Training: Developing a Mission Statement

You need to craft a code before you can live by it.

The Problems With Small Self-Defense Guns

Small pistols are all the rage now, but the smaller the pistol, the bigger the need for training and practice.

Armed Adventurer: Test Your Gear Before You Travel

SI contributor Jeff Gonzales travels a lot for work and play, and he's learned much about what works for a travel loadout. Here are a few of his thoughts.

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