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Sheriff Jim Wilson

Keep it Fun

Keep it Fun

Range time can be very serious, but it should also be fun.
Live With It

Live With It

The Sheriff has some advice for dealing with folks who appear uncomfortable with their firearms.
A Classic Gunfight

A Classic Gunfight

This past October marked the 130th anniversary of one of the classic gunfights of the...
It's a Way of Life

It's a Way of Life

It is important to keep firmly in mind that personal defense is not just about...
Do the Unexpected

Do the Unexpected

Do something an attacker would never expect can buy you precious time to defend yourself...
An Alternative

An Alternative

I want to begin by avoiding the furor and clearly stating that I have absolutely...
Persistent Myths

Persistent Myths

It is absolutely amazing the way some myths about self-defense continue to get passed around...
The Eyes Have It

The Eyes Have It

Obviously, close-range deadly encounters are among the most dangerous a person has to deal with.
Now That's Versatile

Now That's Versatile

Retired Texas Ranger Joaquin Jackson is a friend of mine. We worked together in years...
Body Language Sends a Message

Body Language Sends a Message

Some time back, I was shown an article in a women's magazine suggesting personal defense...
The Importance of Dry Practice

The Importance of Dry Practice

Dry practice is a great and inexpensive way to improve your gun-handling skills. Just remember...
Don't Overlook the Shotgun

Don't Overlook the Shotgun

ARs are great, but don't forget about the trusty and relatively inexpensive shotgun for home...
Double-Barrel Self-Defense

Double-Barrel Self-Defense

Don't overlook the old coach gun as a viable modern self-defense option.
The Reality of it All

The Reality of it All

The self-defense scenario in your mind is unlikely to reflect reality. Here are some ideas...
The Support-Hand Draw

The Support-Hand Draw

Learning to draw with your support hand might save your life.
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