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Should You Unplug From Your Ballistic Calculator?

Remember: Your ballistic calculator is designed to complement your shooting, not become a crutch.
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On A Draw, When Exactly Is It Trigger Time?

It stumps some, but figuring out when to place your finger on the trigger is an important element to defensive handgun use.
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Video: Mastering Follow Through For Faster Pistol Shooting

Want to shoot fast and accurately? Work on your follow through.
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Video: Properly Using A Defensive AR-15 From Cover

The defensive AR-15 affords many advantages if you employ the right tactics.
In this diagram, the front sight is shown in four different positions. If you fire a single shot with a duty handgun, using each of the four sight pictures shown, you will still have a group of about 10 inches at 5 yards.

Self-Defense: How Much Sight Picture Do You Need?

Given a sight picture varies with range and size of the target, how much is adequate in a self-defense situation?
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Modern Shooter: Training Like A Navy SEAL

Modern Shooter gets a first-hand look at firearms training taken to the next level.
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Video: Successfully Reading A Sporting Clays Station

Champion shooter Cory Kruse's tips for sporting clays success. Tactics for finding your break zone and game planning a station for greater sporting clays success.
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Double-Action Revolver: Secret To The Trigger

Working the trigger of a double-action revolver quickly and accurately isn’t rocket science, but there is a learning curve.
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Video: Is A Full-Sized Pistol The Best Training Option?

Full-sized pistols have a distinct advantage for training, particularly for beginning shooters.
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Self-Defense: Is Competitive Shooting Good Training?

Competitive Shooting definitely can help advance handgun skills for self-defense, within reason.
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Video: Determining Hold Point In Sporting Clays

Determining your hold point at a sporting clays station get you in the position for success.
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Video: Training Your Field of View

In handgun training, learning to maximize your field of view is as key as proper trigger discipline. After all, you can't hit what you can't see.
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Video: Practicing Your Draw Without Unholstering Your Handgun

You can still practice the majority of your draw stroke even at ranges that don’t allow you pull from your holster.
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Video: Footwork Fundamentals For The Perfect Shotgun Shot

Swing and follow-through aren't the only aspects that get you shotgun on target. Master fundamental footwork and you'll bag more birds.
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Video: Simple Trick To Shoot Center Mass Every Time

A simple stencil in the shape of a sight picture could get you shooting the stuffing out of center mass on your next trip to the range.
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Video: Simple Tips To Break More Sporting Clays

Sporting clays shooters go to all ends to break more blue rock, but could greater consistency be as simple as loading your shotgun early at a station?
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