Kids and Guns: Passing on the Passion Responsibly
How do we raise kids to respect and appreciate firearms, as we do, so this historic and enjoyable right can continue on for future generations?
Preparation for Long-Term to Permanent Disruptions: It Takes a Village, or Does It?
Your long-term disruption preparedness plans may include a small group of trusted individuals, or a large community. Both require planning, coordination, and honest appraisal of skills, supplies, and needs.
Disassembling and Cleaning The Sig M17
Even the toughest of guns need to be cleaned and lubricated, at least every now and then. Today, we'll take the M17 apart to inspect and deep clean it.
What is the benefit of dry fire? Are there diminishing returns based on the level of the shooter? We set out to answer these questions and more with our dry fire study. Here are the results.
Mud and Rain Qualification: Should We Train in Bad Weather?
Avoiding the range because of the weather is understandable. But could we learn something from training in bad weather?
Fit Like a Glove: Molding a Leather Holster
Molding a leather holster to fit your gun is not hard at all. It takes just a little patience and a few ingredients. Here's how to do it.
How’s Your Gun Grip? An Introduction for Beginners
Does it matter how you hold a handgun when you shoot? It sure does. And not because it looks cool; a proper gun grip can help you shoot better.
Knowledge vs. Wisdom: The Best of Both Worlds
In the world of self-defense and personal safety, knowledge of techniques and tactics is important, but it is not the most critical factor. Wise application of that knowledge is paramount.
Cover: What Is It, How To Use It, and Do-It-Yourself Ways To Create It
The primary goal of any self-defense encounter is to survive. Finding a position of cover from which to fight greatly increases our chance of succeeding in this goal.
Muscle Memory: It Can Be Good or Bad
When more than just a quick reaction is needed, your muscle memory kicks in, if it’s there. Here are some tips to build good muscle memory with firearms.