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It’s a Lifestyle

Staying safe requires more than just a gun and some gear.

Get The First Round On Target

The first shot is the most important shot when it matters the most.

What’s the Difference Between a Flinch and Trigger Jerk?

Unwanted movement, whether by flinching or "jerking the trigger," will often result in poor accuracy.

How Important is Dry Practice?

Even when ammo isn’t scarce, dry practice is an invaluable tool in the shooter’s toolbox.

How to Practice Transitioning from Rifle to Handgun

When practicing with both a rifle and a handgun, it is important to hone not only your marksmanship skills, but also your ability to transition from rifle to handgun in a safe and efficient manner.

How to Maintain Pistol Marksmanship During the Ammo Shortage

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

What Shot Feedback Can Tell You About Marksmanship Errors

Looking at the target after firing can tell you a lot about your shooting. Here’s a quick guide to help you spot some of the more common marksmanship errors, all based upon shooting a pistol with two hands on the gun.

Budget-Conscious Practice Alternatives

Due to the current state of affairs, you are out of work and have plenty of time to practice with your handguns to maintain and improve your handling and marksmanship skills.

How to Develop Fighting Skills

Knowing your gear is only part of the fight. The rest is, well, the fight.

A Discussion of Firearm-Related Taxes on Tax Day

On April 15th—with all the Tax Day preparation that comes with it—here’s a look at just some of the taxes levied against your firearms, ammunition and other gear.

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