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Skills Check: The Debbie Drill

Steady customers are a good thing, but customers who become friends are more valuable yet. Such is the case with a group that comes to Gunsite every year for a family reunion. Comprised of the family of a Medal of Honor recipient, their associates and friends, this group has trained at the school for more than 20 years and now they’re bringing their grown children to the event. That’s what you call a long-standing relationship.

How to Maintain Pistol Marksmanship During the Ammo Shortage

The following drill will help maintain essential marksmanship skills while keeping the round count low.

5 Most Common Handgun Upgrades

What are the five most common upgrades for a defensive handgun and how would you even discover that information?

Why You Should Carry a Handgun Every Day

Sheriff Jim Wilson explains why carrying a handgun for personal defense is important to do on a daily, all-the-time basis.

9 Common Questions New Shooters Ask

Here's a look at some of the most common questions new shooters tend to ask.

How to Get the Most From Firearms Training

All too often I hear all kinds of excuses from people as to why they haven’t booked professional defensive training. These are barriers that get in the way of our ability to improve our defensive shooting skills and tactics.

First Look: Cold Steel Gunsite Counter Point 1 Folding Knife

Cold Steel recently introduced the new Gunsite Counter Point 1 folding knife, with the Gunsite Raven logo across the blade, making it a great addition to any range bag or for your everyday carry needs.

Why You Should Train with the Handgun You Carry

No matter what size pistol you carry for personal protection, practice is essential.

Skills Check Live: The "Pick A Spot" Drill

Some drills are well-suited to start or conclude a range session, like the “Pick-a-Spot” drill from Il Ling New of Gunsite Academy.

Firearms Training Starts with Having the Right Attitude

When it comes to firearms training and personal defense, there's no better starting point than having the right attitude.

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