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How Dry-Fire Practice Can Make You a Better Shooter

by Walt Rauch 9

Mention “dry-fire” as a must-do part of any defensive firearms training and you can almost hear a listener’s brain turning… more »


Size Doesn’t Matter: Using 9mm for Personal Defense

by James Tarr 148

I remember the first bullets I’d ever seen pulled out of a human body, back in 1990. They were 147-grain… more »


What’s on Your ‘What-If’ Gun Shopping List?

by James Tarr 29

If there has been one bright spot in the economy of the last several years, it has been in the… more »


The 9mm No-Name: Canik 55 TP9 Review

by James Tarr 92

When I first started carrying a gun, nothing less than a cocked-and-locked 1911 in .45 ACP would do. After about… more »


How to Pack Firearms for a Family Vacation

by James Tarr 14

Over the last few years, I have taken a number of vacations with my wife and kids, or just my… more »


SIG Sauer P226R Elite Dark Review

by James Tarr 8

I have been a fan of the SIG P226 ever since I had a chance to test the now-discontinued USPSA… more »


What’s the Right Trigger Pull Weight for a Carry Gun?

by James Tarr 8

A few months ago I was at a local USPSA match, and one of the regulars was shooting his new… more »


The Legendary El Presidente Shooting Drill

by James Tarr 3

The universe of handguns owners and shooters is vast, and there is a very good chance that many of you… more »


A First Look at the Kimber Solo

by Bart Skelton 13

It’s true that I’m fond of all sorts of handguns, but I have a particular fondness for little guns, especially… more »


Efficient Handgun Ammunition and Powders

by James Tarr 0

I don’t know what percentage of pistol owners actually handload ammo for their pistols.  I imagine it’s a small percentage,… more »

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