Most firearms handgun drills are universal, applying to both semi-automatic pistols and revolvers. But there are a few more facets that need to be mastered when becoming proficient with a pistol.
Shooting downhill or on an incline requires an adjustment in trajectory. Here’s what you need to know to connect on those tricky angled shots.
Practice doesn’t have to stop when you leave the range with the aid of laser training devices.
Although gravity and wind are the main influences on a bullet’s path, there are certainly some other factors to consider as well. One of these is the initial bullet speed.
The .22 handgun is useful for many chores, but perhaps most important is marksmanship training.
To gain the full tactical advantage a shotgun offers in a self-defense situation, it takes a strategic game plan. These four tips will help boost your tactical shotgun skills.
Knowing how to efficiently and effectively reload is a crucial part of operating a defensive firearm in a gunfight.
Developing your natural point of aim is key in placing shots accurately and consistently with your handgun. And it only takes a few steps to perfect.
Gravity has an inordinate effect on a bullet's flight path. But since it's consistent, it can be easily accounted for to make an accurate shot.