Firearm training is about as serious as a business gets. If you are an instructor, it's incumbent on you to run a safe class.
By being proactive and anticipating issues, you can mitigate most situations before they become a problem.
First responders regularly revert to their training to handle emergencies. But what about the rest of us? Training and practice can help you be just as ready.
If all you do is shoot paper targets, you’re missing a serious part of self-defense training: How to handle adrenaline.
A proper draw and presentation of a handgun seems like one fluid motion, but it should actually be composed of five distinct steps.
If you’ve seen any of this misguided advice, whatever you do, don’t follow it!
There's a reason the word ALWAYS appears three times in NRA's Rules of Gun Safety.
Understanding how you learn can help you find the best firearm instructor for you.
NRA Firearms instructors are the best of the best—now here’s how to stay that way!
Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division and Ladies Who Hike recently united for WWF’s Introduction to Handguns course.