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NextLevel Training SIRT, will they finally have a rifle training solution for us?

Lake Forest, Ill. (January 16, 2020) — PepperBall®, the leader in non-lethal defense, unveils the new Compact launcher for the consumer market. This single-shot launcher is modernizing the pepper spray category. It is small, light to carry on the go and is

The MOJO RIOT 3-D target is lightweight and durable. I was able to easily binder clip their target to my 1"x 2" uprights on my Hatpoint Target Stand and quickly get to work. My first day of

It has been a crazy last couple of years in the firearms industry…. It’s great that more people have guns. And it’s great that more people have concealed carry permits. But in most cases, those classes mainly cover when and where

With the terrible incident captured on video comes some opportunities for everyone to pause, watch, and learn some lessons. I hope you'll join us in the conversation and bring your individual life lessons, observations, and constructive criticism to the

For decades, snap caps were the best option for doing dry fire practice. Because they were the only option. But, they had some serious shortcomings… The more they look like live rounds, the easier it is to mistakenly introduce a live round…with potentially tragic results.It

SIG SAUER is pleased to introduce the new SIG AIR ProForce MCX Virtus airsoft rifle.  Designed and engineered for professionals and discerning recreational shooters, the MCX is the latest offering from the rapidly growing SIG AIR division of SIG SAUER.

Use technology to train with the updated Mantis X10 Elite, a shooting performance system. Just attach the device, connect the phone or tablet, and collect the data!

Next Level Training's SIRT is a useful training tool to augment live fire training exercises. The resetting trigger allows the user to "fire" the gun without having to action the slide and the shot indicating lasers provide immediate feedback for

The single most important factor in precision shooting is consistency. The best way to develop consistency is repetition. If you don’t own an indoor range or live in the desert, how are you going to get your repetition? How can