"The last holster you'll ever buy" is a lie. You need more than one just like she needs more than one pair of shoes or purses.
Very early in most everyones firearms learning experience we received "The Speech" the one that comes immediately after the safe rules for handling a firearm. The speech that outlines the positive attributes of a clean and properly serviced weapon and
Throughout my life I have trained with many different weapons. As a Marine and a civilian, I have put in years of shooting. I have taught others how to shoot pistols and rifles. I still find myself drawn to the
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Hi Shooters, This is a guide for novice shooters, not pros. Although reviewing the basics helps us all. When I think about my own training I end up thinking about a few things: skills, drills, justification, efficiency and gear. I think each
Hi Shooters, Scenarios are an effective tool for training. This is nothing more than creating walk through of a potential occurrence. There are no shortage of stories of soldiers, spies and others imagining possibilities of their missions and training for them.
There are some trips to the range that I remember very clearly… A decade or so ago, I bought an H&K USPc. I immediately took it to the range, had the sights swapped out, and took it onto the range for a