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Why Practicing Gun Handling is Critical

Here's how Someone Who Isn't Me learned that the hard way.

Smith & Wesson M&P Shield Handguns: Train More for Less

Here's one way to keep those critical shooting skills sharp without breaking the bank.

Beyond Basic CCW Training: Next Steps

How long has it been since you last practiced shooting your handgun, let alone sought...

How to Draw a Gun From a Wheelchair

There are more factors to consider for wheelchair users, but it's very doable!

4 Ways to Choose Your First Concealed-Carry Gun

This isn't a decision someone else should make for you.

Handgun Basics: How To Grip a Pistol

A proper grip helps ensure accuracy and comfort.

Why You (Yes, You) Need Basic Gun Training

Three trainers, three questions, three more reasons to learn gun safety from a pro.

How to Grip a Handgun

Never underestimate the effect of a steady grip. Here are some of the benefits to...

Basics of Shooting: Breath Control

Keeping your shots steady can be as natural as breathing...or not.

Throwback Thursday: Sponsored Teen Competitors

For this #TBT, we're going back five years to 2013!

Safety First: Basics of Pistol Shooting

To have that lifetime of fun with firearms, you FIRST must ALWAYS follow the NRA’s...

All About Gunstocks: Surface Treatments

Most firearm stocks have some form of surface treatment. Here's what they are.

Review: Charter Arms Target Pathfinder .22 Revolver

A lightweight, durable rimfire revolver that’s fun to shoot and affordable, too.

Firearms Industry Career: Shooting Range Owner

Looking for an awesome career in the firearms industry?

Pistol Shooting Positions: Part I

Getting into pistol competition? Here’s what you need to know!

7 Great New Guns For New Shooters

Our pick for seven of the best new guns for new shooters of the new...

How Do Guns Work? Lever-Actions

A classic American design, explained.

Is It Safe to Dry-Fire Your Gun?

Long answer, "yes" with a "but." Read on for more!
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