Training: How to Get Your Ankle Gun into Action Quickly
While strong side is probably the fastest draw method, there are some real benefits to carrying an ankle gun, as long as you regularly practice.
What to Consider When Selecting a Concealed Carry Holster
With so many different styles, materials and manufacturers from which to choose, selecting a concealed carry holster is a very important decision.
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Understanding the Differences Between Cover and Concealment
There are big differences between cover and concealment, but both can be used to an advantage in self-defense situations, if you understand how.
Why One Gunwriter Carries (Mostly) a Kimber Ultra Carry in .45 ACP
While there are many newer pistol designs — particularly those with polymer frames — some folks prefer older designs like the Kimber Ultra Carry.
Strong Side Carry: The Good, Bad and Ugly of This Preferred Method
There are many reasons why most firearm experts prefer and recommend strong side carry, but there are a few issues shooters should consider.
The Tueller Drill: Why the 21-foot Rule is Important for Self Defense
While most shooters have heard of the Tueller drill, many misinterpret its purpose, which is to help folks understand awareness and draw speed.
Pistol Reloads: Mastering Putting More Rounds in Your Semi-Auto
Sure, the 'Rule of Threes' is well known in the gunfighting world, but shooters still need to be able to perform pistol reloads on the double.
Forced to Fire: What to Do After a Self-Defense Shooting
You spend time and money on learning how to avoid and defend against an attack, but have you even thought about what to do if you're ever forced to fire?
Carry Dump: Taurus G2S in a Clinger V3 Along With EDC Gear
With so many different guns, holsters and gear available, we figured people might like to see a Friday carry dump to explain what is currently on our hips.