Grounding your fundamentals and improving your long-range shooting skills isn't an armchair game. Hands-on instruction and competition puts an edge on your marksmanship.
Richard Mann’s Shadowland Drill sharpens important handgun skills in a single course of fire
Developed by Col. Jeff Cooper, the failure drill prepares you for defensive shooting situations where a center mass shot doesn't do the job.
Products and theories evolve quickly in the shooting world, but you still get to decide what works for you. A mix of old and new is a lethal combination when it comes to long-range shooting.
Here are six handgun drills that are certain to get you closer to mastering the art of the pistol.
While it takes time, coaching and practice, learning to read the mirage will help you own long-range shooting.
A primer to moving your pistol from one hand to another quickly, safely and efficiently.
Remember: Your ballistic calculator is designed to complement your shooting, not become a crutch.
It stumps some, but figuring out when to place your finger on the trigger is an important element to defensive handgun use.
Want to shoot fast and accurately? Work on your follow through.
The defensive AR-15 affords many advantages if you employ the right tactics.
Given a sight picture varies with range and size of the target, how much is adequate in a self-defense situation?
Modern Shooter gets a first-hand look at firearms training taken to the next level.
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.
Working the trigger of a double-action revolver quickly and accurately isn’t rocket science, but there is a learning curve.
Full-sized pistols have a distinct advantage for training, particularly for beginning shooters.