I work for an online ammunition retailer. I can get just about all the ammo I want, delivered to my door, free. You would think, though, that I have no need for dry fire practice. I mean, what's the point…
Getting your gun into the fight is an essential part of carrying a defensive firearm. If you don't have the ability to use your gun when it's needed, you're carrying a gun just to make yourself feel safe. Your actual…
The recent active shooting event in a Texas church was a wake up call to everyone who carries a defensive firearm. What does it take to make the shot when it matters most?
All this time, I've been told that a "sight picture" is an essential part of aiming a pistol. But it turns out that's not how we see, and we need to think in terms of "sight video." /
We have better targets to shoot at than the NRA B-27 silhouette target. Use them, not the B-27.
What difference does match ammo make? Well, if you can't hit squat with regular ol' ammo, it makes no difference at all. But if you can shoot groups, it will make your groups smaller.
Or, welcome to my (shooting) nightmare. Patience is not my strong suit, and at the range, it shows up as a rather nasty trigger jerk. Save yourself some time, and learn from my mistakes.
This one was a bit of a slog: Finding ammo that we knew for a fact had sealed primers on it, and then testing it so only the primers were affected took the better part of four months to figure…
Why the best car holster doesn't exist.
We keep hearing about "training scars" within the firearms community, those issues that show up when we try to apply inappropriate techniques to the current situation. But are they a real thing? Maybe.