In a self-defense situation, moving before, and even while shooting, is a big deal. It gets you off target of the other guy and maybe even more important, starts to turn they tables so he is reacting to your actions. There are a couple of approaches out there. Here’s the one we recommend because it’s […]
In this era of political divisiveness, can we all agree that some things just need to be shot? Take SPAM for instance. Yes, I suppose the email kind is a candidate too, but it’s hard to bring to the range. I’m talking about that roadkill in a can type of SPAM. You know, the stuff […]
Here’s another Shoot Better in a Minute video that we did with the good folks over at Range365. The human eye is a bit weird when it comes to shooting using iron sights. While the rear sight, front sight, and target may all appear to be in focus at the same time, they’re not. Your brain […]
If you want to improve your handguns skills, you’ve got to get serious about structured practice. Not only that, you need a way to measure your results and progress over time. Fortunately, there are cheap and easy way to do this that require nothing more than a paper plates and your smartphone. If you want […]
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.
Welcome back to our continuing series where we subject Hornady Critical Defense and Critical Duty ammo to all sorts of abusive and at times, ridiculous, tests. You see, it’s supposed to expand every time. And we’re going to find out if it does. Our reader suggestion for this episode is… Spam. Yes, the simulated meat […]
Big expansion or big mess?
We aim to find out… Hmmm. Tough barrier.
Iain over at Crimson Trace sent us a brand spanky new Crimson Trace Lightguard sized for a Glock 17 Gen IV. Here’s a quick video preview and installation tour. We also compare it to a Streamlight TLR-1 and a handheld Surefire E2D Defender in a dark and spooky garage… It was a dark and spooky […]