When it comes to home defense, the best firearm for most shooters is a shotgun. A handgun is for concealed…Read More >
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The NICS reports nearly 900,000 people filled out a background check form to purchase a handgun in June 2015. As more people than ever are choosing to protect themselves, the more questions we receive on what gun is best for concealed carry. Many factors go in to choosing the right gun. This article compares the smallest of the smallest semiautomatic handguns.
Different people have different ideas when they approach choosing and using flashlights for self-defense. Some people are looking for a…Read More >
To give a brief recap, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting happened. I think we all know what happened…Read More >
Nearly 80 percent of Americans will take a road trip this summer. Do you know how to store your firearm in the different states you will be traveling through? This article is an updated version of one of The Shooter’s Log most popular posts. Have Gun Will Travel… Your Guide to Transporting a Firearm Across the United States.
If you are going to practice open carry, as a Second Amendment advocate some preparation is in order. Think about the possibility of someone snatching a pistol. Training on avoiding, preventing, and actively stopping disarms is advisable, as this story, turned near tragedy, illustrates.
Trainer Mike Seeklander provides three set-ups to drill movement, combatives, and proper weapon-deployment timing in your own training. Click to see how…
This should get your attention: Train wrong and you will do wrong. Period. Mike Seeklander helps you understand how to modify your training to help you survive a gunfight. Part I.
If you do not have a problem using the 12 gauge, by all means, feel free to do so. After all with the proper technique, most folks can handle the 12 gauge. However, no matter how good you are, the 12 gauge shotgun kicks and kicks hard with some loads. The question is not whether the 12 gauge is viable for self-defense, but instead an examination of why the 20 gauge may outperform the 12 gauge is a self-defense scenario.