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Throwback Thursday: Samuel Brady's Leap for Life

Head back to the 18th century for this chilling tale of America's past.

Master the Sitting Shooting Position

This shooting position offers you visibility and stability...if you do it right. Which of these...

Self-Defense For the Disabled: Awareness

In another installment in his series on self-defense for those with disabilities, Bob Boyd takes...

Why Shotgun Training is Critical

Gunsite Instructor Il Ling New explains why you should ignore the many myths about self-defense...

5 Things to Make Range Time Easier

Our list of products and DIY creations to make for a better trip to the...

How to Align Your Iron Sights

Aiming is a fundamental of marksmanship, and encompasses two elements: sight alignment and sight picture.

Pistol Grip Shotguns: Great or Gimmick?

A staunch supporter of full-sized scatterguns takes another look at pistol grips.

Pistol Shooting Positions: Part I

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

What is "Point Blank Range"?

As with many phrases related to marksmanship, everybody uses it...not everybody knows what it really...

Trigger Control

Here’s the next step in learning how to make your bullets go exactly where you...

How Does the 6 O'Clock Hold Work?

Why do some instructors ask you to hold your sights low?

7 Simple Follow-Through Tips to Improve Your Accuracy (Right Now!)

You've just finished squeezing the trigger, but hang on...you're not done yet.

6 Reasons To Take Your Child Hunting

The best way to preserve the sport you love is by educating the next generation...

How to Introduce Your Family to the Clay Games

A day shooting clay games with the family may be the best day ever. But...

Self-Defense Behind the Wheel of Your Car

Advanced handgun training addresses this critical self-defense question.

The Colorblind Hunter

We tackle a common but rarely addressed issue.

Laser Sights: Red vs. Green

It's more complex than "stop" versus "go."

Should You Pattern Your Home-Defense Shotgun?

Recently, I’ve received several letters from readers asking if they should “pattern” their home defense...

Square One: How to Shoot a Shotgun

Having trouble with scatterguns? Why not start over, from Square One?
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