Consistency Is Crucial

Consistency is the foundation of any skill and absolutely vital when it comes to carrying a firearm for personal protection. Obviously, training is a key area in which consistency is crucial, but training applies to more than just shooting. A perfect example — one that too many people neglect — is practicing to rapidly draw …

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Critical Thinking About Defensive Shooting

Being involved in recreational and defensive shooting and training for the past 53 years has allowed me to see a lot of different shooting techniques (and theories) come and go. Some techniques, such as the Weaver stance and its minor variations, have withstood the test of time. Some theories have too; think along the lines …

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The .224 Valkyrie Has Soared From The Start

Rare is the cartridge that grabs so much attention immediately upon introduction, but the .224 Valkyrie has done so — for good reason. Why The .224 Valkyrie Tops Other Long-Range Cartridges: Necked down .30 Rem/6.8 SPC case. Improved trajectories vs .22 Nosler, .223 Rem. and 6.5 Grendel. 2,700 fps muzzle velocity from a 24-inch barrel. …

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Concealed Carry in the Restroom!

[embedded content] Using the restroom while carrying a concealed firearm should not be a problem. But lots of people are asking what they should do with a gun when they really have to go. This whole video started when one intrepid viewer pointed out a problem he had using the urinal while carrying inside-the-waistband appendix. …

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Want to Be a Better Shooter? Grip Strength Really Helps

Do you want to be a better shooter? Of course you do. We all want to be better shooters. Well, you can follow the advice of this (as the kids call it) “dank meme,” or your can take actual steps, such as increasing your grip strength, to improve your shooting. The dankest of memes. First …

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Clearing a Home Is Risky Business

Clearing a home. Like probably many of you, I cringe whenever I see this scene depicted in movies or on TV. You know the one: A man or woman is shown in semi-darkness, suddenly awakened in bed by a noise. Sometimes the camera cuts to the intruder (nearly always clad in black, complete with a …

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