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6 Reasons To Buy A Training Gun

by Brad Fitzpatrick 0

If you shoot large-caliber firearms often enough and you have a properly functioning nervous system, then you’re going to flinch. But… more »


How to Choose a Carry Gun with the 5 ‘C’s of Concealed Carry

by Dusty Gibson 5

One of the most enduring questions in the shooting community remains: “What’s the best gun for concealed carry?” People ask… more »


Personal Defense TV: Jessie Duff’s Tips for Maximizing Range Time

by Personal Defense TV 2

All too often folks go to the range without a plan in mind and end up wasting precious time and… more »


How to Cure Common Shooting Mistakes

by Richard Nance 27

As any new shooter soon discovers, shooting a handgun accurately isn’t nearly as easy as they make it look on… more »


1911s and the “Thumb-High Hold”

by James Tarr 18

A lot of people don’t like the 1911, and just can’t understand what all the fuss is about.  Even more… more »

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Handgun Trigger Pull

by Handguns Online Staff 0

Legendary handgunner Rob Leatham discusses the importance of handgun trigger pull and how it relates to accurate shooting.

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Two-Handed Handgun Grip is Better Than One

by Handguns Online Staff 0

Jim Wilson demonstrates how the two-hand handgun grip provides greater accuracy over the one-hand grip.

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Rapid Fire Pistol Shooting

by Handguns Online Staff 0

Pro Shooter Rob Leatham demonstrates to Jim Wilson a trigger jerking technique he uses to stay on target even when… more »

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Two Different Trigger Techniques For Speed and Accuracy

by Handguns Online Staff 0

Pro Shooter Rob Leatham demonstrates for Jim Wilson two trigger techniques — one for accuracy and the other for speed.

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Long-Distance Revolver Shooting

by Handguns Online Staff 0

Iron-sighted revolvers aren’t just a short-range proposition. Join us as we take on stationary clay pigeons–offhand–at 80 yards.

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