When it comes to shooting, the only way to asses your shooting accuracy is by putting rounds downrange. All the fancy tools, apps, and gizmos are no substitute for good old fashioned live fire exercises. But, what paper targets are the most useful and entertaining?
Participating at your local shooting range is a great shooting experience, particularly for first time shooters. However, there can be a lot of questions flooding the new shooters mind before they even arrive at the range parking lot.
Alright shooters, today we’re going to do a no BS comparison of the .380 ACP round to the classic 9mm round. The internet abounds with speculation about these two very similar cartridges, but is the 380 (a.k.a. 9mm short) a good self defense round?
When it comes to being prepared, having an extra magazine for your everyday carry pistol is essential. Even if your pistol is in good working order, a faulty magazine could spell disaster in an emergency scenario. So, what are the best magazine holsters for toting around your spare mag?
Nowadays it seems that many companies are abandoning traditional business attire for more casual digs. Choices are somewhat limited for those dressed in suits, but concealed carry in business casual attire comes with all sorts of options and considerations.
Over the years, firearms have evolved from muzzle loaders to automatic reloaders. But, has ammunition evolved in the same way and do modern guns still use gunpowder?
Proper shooting technique starts with your setup. Among other things, your setup includes your shooting stance and how you grip your handgun. But what is the proper technique to grip a pistol for shooting accuracy?
There are six factors that will determine the maximum number of rounds any given firearm can hold. Sometimes maximum capacity can be increased with aftermarket magazines. However, sometimes the number of rounds a handgun can hold is limited by the handgun design.
I’ve been a big fan of Sig Sauer pistols for as long as I can remember. Since it’s release in 2017, the Sig P365 has been gaining traction among the concealed carry community. While the pistol itself is a testament to fine craftsmanship, it requires an equally exceptional holster.
Many modern handguns, including some revolvers, come with the three-dot system of sighting from the factory. Of course, many shooters abandon this method immediately. Often opting for something more expensive and easier to use like a red-dot or a laser sight. However, if you don’t have that kind of money, a 3-dot sight may be your only option for a time.