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The Gear Dilemma

Bill Jordan positively influenced product design, but the gear you adopt is no substitute for training.

Remembering Bill Jordan

Bill Jordan and I became friends in about 1976 and remained so until his death in 1997. Born in Louisiana in 1911, Jordan had a lengthy career in the U.S. Border Patrol, interrupted by World War II service as a fighting Marine.

Lehigh Defense Joins Wilson Companies

Lehigh Defense, a Pennsylvania-based ammunition and bullet manufacturer, has been acquired by Bill Wilson.

Ammunition Selection and Shot Placement Matter

A gunfight more than a century and a half ago stresses the importance of ammunition and shot placement.

Texas Governor Abbott Signs Constitutional Carry Bill

Texas joined the ranks of states -- 21 currently -- with a constitutional carry law when Gov. Greg Abbott (R) signed NRA-ILA-backed House Bill 1927 on Thursday, June 17.

Obituary: Chip McCormick, Legendary Gunsmith and Innovator

A true industry legend, Michael “Chip” McCormick, has passed away.

6 Best Self Defense Handgun Training Drills

What’s the best drill to prepare you to shoot defensively? That could be argued endlessly. Here's a look at the 6 best self-defense handgun training drills you can implement today.

Fightin' Iron: Applegate-Fairbairn Knife

Many edged-weapon enthusiasts have heard of the Fairbairn-Sykes commando dagger, but what about the post-World War II variant that contained American-inspired improvements? Here's a look at the Applegate-Fairbairn knife.

9mm Resurgence: Why the FBI & Police Went Back

Think today’s 9mm doesn’t possess sufficient terminal performance for use by the FBI, law enforcement and citizens for personal defense? Guess again.

Skills Check: The Bill Drill

The Bill Drill is one of the more common pistol training drills, and there are some unknowns in its origins. Check out the full story here.

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