A renowned gun trainer shares what path that took her to a career spent training others to defend themselves. American gun owners are a large and diverse part of this nation. Here is her story.
If you want to hit, you need to discipline yourself to follow through. But what does that mean?
Col. Jeff Cooper taught us that the elements of accuracy, power and speed must be in balance to prevail in a defensive-shooting situation. Here’s how to achieve this important balance.
Whether setting up your personal defensive firearm or mounting an optical sight on your home carbine or hunting rifle, you need to know some basics.
One of the most-common mistakes new gun owners make is believing that by merely learning the basics of gun safety and marksmanship, they’ll be prepared to defend their life with a gun.
Create and Maintain a Concealed-Carry Mindset
The way to get better is to practice the things you don’t do well.
The four rules that applied decades ago still hold true today.
Created at the behest of the FBI, now that law enforcement agencies have shied away from it, is “The Great Compromise” done?
Recognizing three techniques that criminals consistently use to subdue or incapacitate a victim in order to take what they want will help you stay safer.