Hopefully, you had a chance to read the first part of this blog series, where I covered some personal defense…Read More >
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Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. My friends—Darrel, Elgin, Jeff and Jon, to be specific—and I have different opinions…Read More >
In Part 1 of this blog series, we covered some of the most common reasons people make shooting mistakes (including…Read More >
Training in personal defense skills exists for one reason: To stop an attack. We stop the attack by inflicting damage…Read More >
With few exceptions, trainers have been profoundly influenced by Colonel Jeff Cooper’s scientific method. We attempt to work in the…Read More >
Hours of intense training, trigger time, weapons handling, and fundamentals are but a few of the similarities between combat and competitive shooting; it is also where the similarities end. This insightful article, sheds light on how the two types of shooting are similar but very different.
SIG has introduced a training line of ammunition to compliment its JHP Elite loads. They are affordable, accurate and cleaning burning. Bob Campbell filled his pockets, grabbed some of his favorite 1911s and a SIG P220 to put the new ammo through its paces.
In this National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) video, Gil Ash of OSP Shooting School explains how to “slow down” clay targets and birds by understanding the concept of relative velocity.
Shooting your firearms in rain, sleet, snow, or extreme heat presents many challenges. A professional marksman shares some preparation tips.
Many new gun owners or first-time buyers make their final decision on a self-defense pistol due to the integrated laser. Guns like the S&W Bodyguard and Ruger LCP are popular. There are quite a few different schools of thought on the usefulness of pistol lasers. In “Pistol Lasers,” the author explores the differences between Crimson Trace, LaserMax and LaserLyte laser aiming systems, as well as discusses the benefits of using a laser for training.