This article originally appeared at Ammoland. Normally Hollywood movies dish out useful gun advice about as often as the sun goes out, but every once in a while, a movie presents a surprisingly relevant learning opportunity. Take that corny 1980’s movie, The Karate Kid, for example. I’ll spare you the whole storyline, but in case […]
Here’s a counterintuitive little tip that’ll improve your accuracy right away. Stop trying to “time” your shot for the exact instant that your sights are perfectly aligned. Watch how it works…
Want to shoot better in a minute? We’ve been working on a new video series for new(er) shooters with the good folks at Range365. Check this one out – it’s about the drawbacks of the dreaded cup and saucer grip technique.
Rack [rak] verb to torture; distress acutely; torment: (His body was racked with pain.) to strain by physical force or violence. to strain beyond what is normal or usual. In the shooting realm, rack has a different meaning (although the classic definitions of torture, strain and torment still apply for some people). For shooters, rack […]
Here’s an excerpt from our brand new book, The Rookie’s Guide to Guns and Shooting, Handgun Edition. It’s part of the Insanely Practical Guides series and is loaded with light-hearted education, lots of helpful photos and some comedic relief. Hope you enjoy! Guns have been annoying politicians longer than you might think. Before we jump […]
This article originally appeared at OutdoorHub. One of my very favorite things is to take new shooters to the range. My second favorite thing is simply seeing new shooters at the range. My least favorite thing is to see folks launch into their shooting career without any instruction, thereby developing a bunch of bad, and […]