As I’ve said before, the most important thing you can do if you’re caught in an active shooter scenario is MOVE. Once you are in a defensive position that is well hidden and away from the site of the shooting, it’s time for the next phase of survival.
There are some gun owners out there who want a more customized firearm to suit their needs. If you fall into that category, take a look at this article posted by my buddy Caleb Lee over at Prepared Gun Owners. It runs down four popular handgun modifications worth considering if you want to personalize your firearm.
What could be more American than spending this Fourth of July shooting guns and cooking out? Well… that’s exactly what I’ve been doing. So today, let’s talk about guns and grills.
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.
In this video update, I present several options for easy, accessible and safe gun storage — as well as review the four basic rules of firearms safety.
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.