Back to the Speedloader

Every time I write about my escapades with the revolver I start with the same disclaimer:  I am a firm believer in carrying a substantial gun and I carry a double-stack auto at all times possible.  The issue is, however, I can’t do that all of the time and when I need deep concealment the... Continue Reading →

Handgun Skills: Grip

The proper grip technique is an essential skill for utilizing a handgun for defensive applications.  The more experienced I have become over the years as both a shooter and an instructor the more I have realized just how much of a factor the grip on the weapon plays. A good grip helps in making accurate... Continue Reading →

Handgun Skills: Dry Fire Training

Dry fire is to shooters what hitting the heavy bag is to boxers.  Ammo is expensive and live fire requires going to a range.  Dry fire requires a safe direction and distraction free environment only.  I find that the really high end competition shooters tend to either be very high round count guys, shooting tens... Continue Reading →

The Latest London Attack: Run, Hide, Tell

A few weeks ago I wrote about the deplorable Run, Hide, Fight moniker that is touted throughout the United States by government entities as being the response protocol for active shooters.  I berated the mindset of this faction of our society that promotes such an approach, mentioning Fight as only a last ditch, unarmed attempt. ... Continue Reading →

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