3 Steps to Training a New Shooter
Training a beginner? By following these series of steps, your student has the best chance of success.
A Rose by Another Name: Introducing ROSE by SIG Sauer
SIG Sauer's new brand for women is more than a gun (although it is that, too). Learn more about this collaboration with competitive shooting World Champion Lena Miculek.
5 Musts When Taking a New Shooter to the Range
Good instructors create good students. With proper instruction, your students will leave with the skills they need to improve their marksmanship.
Using Competitive Shooting to Better Your Concealed Carry Skills
If you plan to carry concealed, local practical competitions will teach you much more about shooting and gun safety than by just standing in an indoor shooting lane.
This is Not a Test: When Your Life Depends on Your Defensive Training
When a car follows you into your driveway at 3 a.m., you can be pretty sure it’s not a girl selling Thin Mints and Do-Si-Dos. See how this NRA Women contributor’s years of firearm training prepared her for this heart-pounding real-life scenario.
8 Essentials for Effective Firearm Training
By understanding the requirements for effective training, the instructor can be a more effective teacher.
How to Market Your Firearm Training Business—and Attract More Students
Want more students? Tap into your specific community with some imagination and out-of-the-box thinking.
Firearm Trainers: Watch Those Clichés
The next time you catch yourself using often-used phrases when training, stop and ask yourself what they really mean.
What Neuroscience Confirms about Dry Fire Practice
There's no doubt about it: When we perform a skill under pressure, we revert to what we have practiced.