According to FBI stats, 75% of shootings occur within a short distance — usually about three yards. Today, Jeff Anderson reveals another troubling FBI shooting statistic and offers a few tips on how to tweak your training so you can be properly prepared.
This edition of the Weekly Drop covers the best bear spray on the market, which waist wallet you should invest in for your next trip and how to prepare if bugging out is not an option. Let’s take a look.
I own a quite a few different guns. What can I say? I’m a big gun guy. One of my favorite firearms is my 1911 — a pistol I think everyone should own. What makes the 1911 such an exceptional firearm? Find out in today’s alert.
There are few things in life as important as protecting yourself and the ones you love. And my ultimate goal is to provide you with the confidence, skills and knowledge to better protect yourself and your family. So check out this week’s batch of reader questions.
Buying a gun secondhand definitely has its advantages — but there are also some risks involved. So here are some pros and cons to consider when deciding if buying a used gun is right for you.
This edition of the weekly drop covers some advice on where to bug out when the SHTF, what electronics to protect in the event of an EMP, the best guns for home defense and one more item you could add to your escape bag. Let’s get started.
This week’s drop is a bit of a mixed bag. I’ll show you an email scam to avoid, address concerns over sentient appliances, clear up some cybersecurity confusion and introduce a special guest who will be joining us for next week’s mailbag.
This edition of the Weekly Drop focuses on firearms. Guns are certainly a hot-button issue, but I truly believe there’s no better way to defend house and home.
I’d like to kick off the first Weekly Drop of 2017 with a great suggestion from one of my readers. This handy gadget means you’ll never have to worry about opening your door to a stranger.