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Missing Some Motivation? Try These Tips.

If you have resolved to go to the range on a regular basis, practice more often or learn something new, how do you ensure that you will actually do it?

 

Your Found Family: Shooting Sports Welcome You​

Like food and water, a sense of belonging is a fundamental human need, one that is often satisfied by being with your "peeps" on the range.

Gun Grief! Still No Ammo?

Dry-fire got you down? Ammogeddon anxiety? Let a licensed psychologist walk you through her gun grieving process.

Even Flow: Effortless Shooting With Muscle Memory

You shoot much better than you know. Here's how to get out of your own way.

Workplace Security & Employers Who Prohibit Guns

Workplace security is just as important as home defense.

On the Line: Mind Your Own Business!

We can learn a lot by watching others, but it may not always pay off. 

How to Become a Shooting Coach (and Happier Person)

Empowering other women with self-defense know-how doesn’t just help them—it helps you, too.

Spirit in the Knife

A handcrafted knife saved the day, possibly capturing the spirit of perseverance along the way.

Bridging the Gap between Healthcare and Gun Ownership

The author, who once straddled the divide between opposing forces, is finding ways to create a united front. 

Take Your Best Shot by Using Your Brain

As important as your gun handling skills are for making a successful shot, your mental skills are equally paramount.

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