We call it "etiquette," but the rules of public ranges are really for safety.
These competition drills can help you learn self-defense outside the shooting lane.
It's not about what it says on the label; it's about form and function.
Icy roads and darker days make for hazardous travel conditions, but these tips can help you prepare for the worst.
Quickly and efficiently align your sights with dry-fire practice.
Develop the muscle memory to change your magazine without thinking.
Hint: Do it early!
What’s dry fire? Why, only the cheapest and easiest way to train …
Cleanliness is preparedness!
Here’s why you should do as the gun writers say, not as we (sometimes) do.