The fact is it’s not uncommon for people who use their firearms in self-defense to have to shoot in the dark. With that in mind, here are my top five makers of night sights, should you consider adding one your firearm.
Cade Courtley reviews the importance of assessing your situation in a crisis before making a lifesaving decision. Plus, he points out a trained reaction you may need to reconsider.
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.
In an active shooter scenario, the FIRST THING you must do is remove yourself from the immediate vicinity of the source of the gunfire. If you survive the first 10 seconds of this type of ambush, you have a much better chance of making it out alive.
Ten minutes and 30 seconds. That’s the national average time it takes a police officer to show up at the scene after a high-priority 911 call is received. This is why it is your response time and what you do in an active shooter scenario that really count.
Caleb Lee shows you how to tell if a gun is loaded — even when someone is pointing it in your face. If you’re ever caught up in an armed robbery or a home invasion, this information could save your life.
We have seen this scenario before: where disgruntled employees target their former co-workers. So today, I want to cover some workplace safety tips that will help protect you and your coworkers in the event of such a tragedy.
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.
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.
It’s winter. The temperature is below freezing. You hear the sound of breaking glass. Your kids start screaming. An intruder is at your front door.