Ready, Aim, Fire, Repeat

The key to effective self-defense in a lifesaving situation is training, which simply equals repetition — or muscle memory. One of the best ways to become a better shooter is through dry fire practice. Here’s an example of a typical dry fire routine — and how to do it safely.


Flooded With Ammunition

Many people in Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico have lost most if not all of their personal belongings. Considering the number of gun owners who experienced flooding in these areas, it leads to the following question: Can ammunition that has been submerged in water still be used?