If you’re relatively new to concealed carry, you may have heard the term “printing” thrown around in the community. But what is printing and why is it such a big deal?
Every shooter should be able to identify the type of handgun they are handling. Knowing the type of handgun will give you insight into the cycle of operation.
I’ve broken down the most popular handgun into two categories — design and quantity produced. This isn’t meant to settle any friendly debates, but to make a case for each criterion.
Tired of having to shoot your buddy or spouses full-size handgun? Feel like every gun you pick up doesn’t “feel right” in your hands? Finding the right fit doesn’t have to be difficult. Helpful hints and top picks for pistols for smaller hands.
One school of thought is to conceal carry the smallest handgun in the largest caliber. But is this a hard and fast rule, or a generalization?
We all start out as beginners. Nobody shows up on the range for the first time and can drill the bullseye at 15 yards with a whole magazine. But what’s the right distance to start from?