Addressing pistol malfunctions and stoppages on the fly is a must if you want to keep your gun in the fight.
Learning to shoot from a kneeling position is an import skill for self-defense and gives you a marked advantage.
Shooting from cover and concealment can give you a marked advantage in a self-defense situation if you know how to use them properly.
Find out what makes and models of suppressors are out there and what will best serve your needs.
Richard Mann’s Shadowland Drill sharpens important handgun skills in a single course of fire
Take these three basic elements into consideration and you'll go a long way in figuring out the best concealed carry pistol for you.
Developed by Col. Jeff Cooper, the failure drill prepares you for defensive shooting situations where a center mass shot doesn't do the job.
Compact and decked out, the M&P Shield remains a top choice for concealed carry.
Built for top performance, the S&W Model 986 put a different spin on the 9mm handgun.
It might be an age-old design, but the revolver is better and more versatile than ever now.
Built for speed and accuracy, the STI Omni and CZ-USA Parrot are true hot-rod competitive pistols.
Featuring an integrally-suppressed barrel, Daniel Defense's DDM4ISR proves a nimble and quite carbine.
Getting a solid handle on the different makes and models will make your first gun all the more practical and enjoyable.
Enhanced for professional duty, the Legion Series takes the best pistols SIG has to offer and makes them better.
As intuitive to manipulate as they are to shoot, the VP9 and VP9 SK are designed so the masses can master them.
Boyds expands its customizable stock line with the introduction of the At-One Thumbhole stock.