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.


Shoot Like a Girl

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.​


My New Favorite Gun

The other day, I was walking through C-A-L Ranch — which is essentially Wal-Mart for cowboys — and I made the mistake of going past the gun counter. That’s when I saw it: my new favorite gun.