How To Make Sure Your Handgun Fits You

Notice the gap between my whole index finger and the side of the gun. If I press the trigger correctly, only the tip of my finger will move against the gun.

Today’s handguns come in more shapes and sizes than a random assortment of Wal-Mart Thanksgiving sale shoppers. Not only that, many modern handguns come with replaceable grip panels so you can adjust the size to fit. When deciding what’s best for you, comfort is a factor, but it’s not the definitive method of fitting a […]

Single-Action Handguns: Not Much To Do With Chance Laundromat Encounters

A pair of single-action handguns

Here’s an excerpt from our brand new book, The Rookie’s Guide to Guns and Shooting, Handgun Edition. It’s the second in the Insanely Practical Guide Series… Single-action is a pretty simple concept. And it has nothing to do with online dating sites, chance encounters at the laundromat or a night on the town with two […]

Insanely Practical Shooting Tips: Dry Firing – It’s Not As Dirty As It Sounds

Dry Fire target idea

Here’s an excerpt from our newest book, releasing June 15, 2013 – The Insanely Practical Guide to Guns and Shooting. Like The Insanely Practical Guide to Gun Holsters, now available at Amazon.com, it’s a direct, practical and amusing way to learn. We hope you find a useful tip or two about improving your shooting skills […]

SIRT Training Pistol – Are Eunuch Guns Firing Blanks Or Banking Firing Practice?

The SIRT Training Pistol from Next Level Training

Productive (and fun) gun neutering Most people think of neutering in a bad way. My dogs run away for days when they hear that word.Recently we had to retrieve them from a snow cave just outside the town of Alert, located in Nunavut, Canada. In the case of the SIRT Training Pistol from Next Level […]