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In one-handed retention fire, the elbow goes high and the thumb is indexed against the nipple. Shots will go low, potentially hitting an assailant’s pelvis.

When You Can’t Use Your Sights, Aim With Your Body

by Richard Nance 0

In this article, Richard Nance examines multiple shooting positions for when an assailant is close enough to reach your gun and you can’t use your sights.


Tactical Tip: Appendix Carry Advantages

by Richard Nance 0

Richard Nance covers the finer points when it comes to Appendix carry in this Tactical Tip.


Tactical Tip: One-Handed Shooting

by Richard Nance 0

Richard Nance demonstrates training techniques to improve your one-handed shooting skills.


How to Cure Common Shooting Mistakes

by Richard Nance 37

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


Learn the Best Tips and Tactics on ‘Personal Defense TV’

by Handguns Online Staff 4

Most of you out there own handguns for a single purpose: to protect yourself and your loved ones. It’s a… more »

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