Resistance to the undead is a duty of every patriotic American. To facilitate that readiness, CTD offers a wide variety…Read More >
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Designing courses of fire is a very personal thing. Here’s an en example of a marksmanship test that helps sharpen multiple skills. It works particularly well on ranges with grass rather than concrete.
With all the time and energy I’ve invested in firearms, keeping the wrong hands off my guns is a high priority. Further, my firearms collection has more value than my vehicles and home electronics combined. I have nightmares about what would happened to my precious collection while I was on vacation and some nut job decided to deprive me of my mini-museum. About a year ago, I decided to bite the proverbial bullet and spend some money on a quality gun safe.
The CTD staff has compiled dozens of how-to articles over the years, covering purchases, tactics, storage, and many other topics. But a handful of stories has piqued the community’s interest. Click below to check out our top-10 most-read technique items from the archives.
Light it up! The three handheld flashlights from BLACKHAWK are a very good choice in tactical illumination. The name BLACKHAWK has always meant quality to me when it comes to most anything tactical. These three lights are no different. For the person not able to spend close to $100.00 on a light for there night shooting or to attach to their shotgun you will thrilled with these lights.
Who is cooler than James Bond? No one is—there is your answer plain and simple. So what could be cooler…Read More >
The Cheaper Than Dirt Chronicle recently had a chance to ask ‘American Sniper’ Chris Kyle about Craft International and his experiences with training civilians.
Fundamentals are fundamentals and not much has changed over the past century. Circa 1904, the U.S. Army’s shooting manual stated something along the following lines, “Before any practice on the range is commenced, at least a month of dry-fire practice is required.”
If you had to choose one gun — and only one gun — to get you through a disaster, what would it be? A single gun to protect yourself, your family and your assets.