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EDC Skills: Getting to One Carry Gun

One common approach to everyday carry of a handgun involves carrying a different model or even different platform in different carry positions or using different carry methods, all depending on the circumstances, weather, and clothing. There is some concealment logic...

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Shooting Review: The Ruger Security-9

Ruger has recently been on fire, coming out with interesting and even compelling new firearms in quick succession. At a time when so many manufacturers are missing the boat, it’s good to see an American gun manufacturer doing some good things. One of the new releases...

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“Weak-Hand” Shooting

Like most folks, I’m right handed. Like many serious shooters, I don’t like the idea of referring to my left hand as my weak hand because I don’t want to get comfortable with the idea or even the label of weakness. So for shooting, and like a lot of folks, I refer to...

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Shooting Review: The Hudson H9

There is precious little innovation in the firearms industry. With few notable exceptions, just about any new pistol is little more than a cosmetic makeover of another. But sometimes a company makes a bold move and releases something truly new and different. The...

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Opinion: One in the Chamber?

  Properly considered, the question for whether or not to carry with a round in the chamber is only partially concerned with self defense. The issue is substantially about whether one is developing and reinforcing habits to become a competent and safe gun handler – or...

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Shooting Review: M&P 9 Shield M2.0

  Recently, Smith & Wesson has been revamping its M&P line with the M2.0 series. The latest in this series is the M&P Shield M2.0. Available in 9mm and .40 (the newish 45 Auto version is not technically in the M2.0 series), with and without an external safety lever,...

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Shooting With Both Eyes Open

When any of us first starts shooting we make a point to close our off eye so that we can have a clear sight picture. That clear, unambiguous sight picture is vital at this stage because we typically have no trained mechanics or muscle memory to assist with our effort...

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Shooting Review: The Glock 19 Gen 5

Glock released the Gen 4 pistol line in early 2010, which addressed some caliber-to-frame durability issues and brought some mild external changes. Roughly seven years later we’re presented with the next generation in Glock’s lineup. The Gen 5 differences are equally...

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Shooting Review: The CZ P-10 C

  For years, companies have worked to challenge Glock’s position in the market, fueled mightily by the success of the sweet-spot Glock 19. The CZ P-10 C is the first one to make so direct a challenge; going so far as to supposedly “fit most Glock 19 holsters.” In some...

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Buying Your Suppressor – Easy Day

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