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How to Get Off the "X"

When things get serious, it's time to get off the 'X.'

How to Train with a Shot Timer

Whether or not you've got ammunition or want to shoot it, having a shot timer in your training repertoire can improve your defensive shooting skills.

Learning How to Shoot Takes Practice and Patience

In a world of instant gratification, Sheriff Jim Wilson talks about why learning how to shoot takes practice and patience.

How to Train for Faster Shooting

Shooting at higher speeds in training often looks like a mystical feat. However, as Ed Head points out, it's all about mastering the fundamentals.

Practice Makes Perfect: Learning How to Shoot a Firearm

When learning or teaching others how to shoot, it's important to understand how the learning process works.

The Fix: Keep Your Eyes Open to Shoot Faster

You were shooting horizontal and vertical plates with your friends at the club recently and thought you were doing O.K. That is until two Junior Shooters you didn’t recognize showed up and asked to join the group.

Glock DIY Guide: Slide Reassembly Tips

Having reassembled your pistol’s striker, extractor and firing-pin safety, it’s time to put the components in the slide.

How It's Made: A Visit to Savage Arms

With all the news about the recent sale of Savage Arms, we wanted to clarify exactly what was happening with this uniquely American company—so we toured the factory with the new president.

Hot Shots: The Impact of Hot Weather on Your Rifle

With the summer sun at its peak, our skin isn’t the only thing needing protection from its rays. A few simple devices can help keep your rifle and gear cool as the mercury rises.

Spotting Scopes 101: The Basics of Shot Spotting

To be a good long-range marksman, you need to learn shot spotting and spotting-scope usage—for yourself or your shooting partner.

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