I’ve cultivated a collection of questions on one of my all-time favorite topics: guns. Read on to discover my top pocket pistol recommendations, how to carry a concealed weapon in California, the best products to use to care for and maintain your firearms — and much, much more.
Today, I want to share with you four steps for breaking in a new firearm — which hopefully you’ll have time to do before ever having to use your gun.
This week’s mailbag covers questions about cooking in the great outdoors, how to shield yourself from internet marketing companies and my personal recommendations for guns, multitools and more.
In a natural disaster or other emergency, you are pretty much on your own. You can’t always depend on local police or fire personnel to come save the day. So as you’re preparing — purchasing supplies and gear — you should also consider taking classes in one or more of these four skill sets.
I recently had the pleasure of a visit from Laissez Faire club director Doug Hill and a few of the other great folks that work with us. I ran these guys through several drills to work on shooting in high stress situations. Here are four drills you can do at home to add some stress to your dry firing practice.