Thoughts For Church Security Members

Church security teams are a great idea. Given the number of times places of worship have been attacked, I would call it a necessity in the times we are living. […]

The Knife In A Gunfight

People like to use the old saying “dont bring a knife to a gunfight” way too often. What they dont understand is a knife, or any sharp object, can be […]

Training Confusion

One of the most important aspects of learning to effectively handle a firearm is Consistency. Consistency in training, approach, practice, and methodology. Without this consistency progress will he slow, technique […]

Shooting In The Dark

One often overlooked topic is low-light/night shooting. There are many considerations regarding equipment and technique when it comes to low light. There is also a strong possibility that if you […]

Why Do I Need A Shotgun?

Shotguns are, and always have been, a popular choice for self defense and hunting, but not necessarily for the right reasons. There are many myths around shotguns, and it is […]

Training Bite: Developing Speed Safely

In any armed confrontation with an attacker there are many factors that determine whether or not the potential victim will survive, the most important of which is shot placement. Regardless […]

Your Wife Does Not Need A Revolver

Too often I hear guys shopping with their wives for guns, making statements like “if you can’t get them in 5 rounds you might as well give up”, or “all […]

New Rule On Pistol Braces

The Justice Department has just announced a new rule for stabilizing braces. Here is the link to the ruling: Below is from the paragraph in the ruling, word for […]