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The 21-Foot Rule: Why Is It Important?

The 21-Foot Rule: Why Is It Important?

Most shooters know that a knife-wielding bad guy can cover 21 feet in the time...
Skills Check: 10-Yard Bullseye Drill

Skills Check: 10-Yard Bullseye Drill

Getting bored of drilling the bullseye up close? Why not take a step back to...
Why You Need Spare Parts for Your Guns

Why You Need Spare Parts for Your Guns

When it comes to firearm maintenance, anticipate the unexpected and keep spare parts on-hand, especially...
Trigger Jerk: How to Solve It

Trigger Jerk: How to Solve It

The objective of shooting is hitting your target. When shooters pull the trigger on demand,...
Busted: 5 Shotgun Myths You Probably Believe

Busted: 5 Shotgun Myths You Probably Believe

Many gun owners believe these five shotgun myths. Our Shotgun editor separates fact from fiction...
Is Carrying a Knife for Self-Defense a Good Idea?

Is Carrying a Knife for Self-Defense a Good Idea?

Is carrying a knife for self-defense a wise decision? Here's one take from an expert...
Dealing with Anticipation When Shooting

Dealing with Anticipation When Shooting

Solving the problem of anticipation while shooting is largely a problem with mindset. Enter the...
Using Pepper Spray for Personal Defense

Using Pepper Spray for Personal Defense

It is possible to be in a defensive situation that might not require the use...
4 Flashlight Techniques for Concealed Carry

4 Flashlight Techniques for Concealed Carry

More than half of our day is spent in darkness. Stay prepared with these four...
Reloading .300 Blackout: Must-Have Materials

Reloading .300 Blackout: Must-Have Materials

If you're interested in reloading .300 Blackout, there are a number of must-have materials that...
Modifying Guns the Old-School Way

Modifying Guns the Old-School Way

The advent of the polymer, striker-fired pistol has revolutionized the firearm industry, but many of...
Using the Element of Surprise as a Personal-Defense Tool

Using the Element of Surprise as a Personal-Defense Tool

In personal-defense, the element of surprise can be a powerful tool that helps individuals gain...
Making Your Own Handgun Holster: Tools and Materials

Making Your Own Handgun Holster: Tools and Materials

For those looking to try their hand at a different hobby, making your own handgun...
Shooting Targets: Beyond the Paper

Shooting Targets: Beyond the Paper

Shooters looking to enhance a day at the range have a wide variety of shooting...
Converting a Single-Action Revolver to a Bisley Grip

Converting a Single-Action Revolver to a Bisley Grip

Single-action revolver shooters have a great love for Bisley-style grips, due to its unique fit...
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