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Kimber Micro .380

Sheriff Jim Wilson handles Kimber's new micro .380 pistol on the range during SHOT Show 2014.

Kimber Partners with GEMTECH Suppressors

Kimber and GEMTECH have partnered to create what might be the perfect relationship.

Ruger's New GP100 Revolver

Want to know why Ruger's revolvers are still so popular? It's self-explanatory when you check out the new GP100, which offers features the modern shooter will appreciate.

Vacation Security

Just as with home-defense, vacation security requires some prior planning. Sheriff Jim Wilson offers some ideas to get you started.

Round Count

Sheriff Jim Wilson cautions that a defensive shooting school should not be about it how many rounds you fired, but about how much you actually learned.

Tips for Maintaining a Defensive Handgun

One thing’s for sure: Good-quality defensive handguns aren't cheap. The good news is that when properly maintained, they can last for years and years.

Frontier Lawman: Deputy U.S. Marshal Bass Reeves

A remarkable former slave who helped tame the western frontier in Indian Territory left a fascinating legacy of justice—enforced at the point of a gun.

Aging and the Defensive Shooter

As we get older, we must keep in mind that we can still be a target for criminal attack. In fact, we may become even more of a target as the years catch up with us.

The 21-Foot Rule Revisited

In 1983, Dennis Tueller, a police officer, published an article discussing the need to defend against an attacker armed with a knife or blunt weapon. Through his tests and studies he determined that a person would be in danger if the attacker came at him from 21 feet or less

Defensive Awareness: Understanding the Color Code

Being aware of what is going on around you greatly increases your ability to spot trouble and often to avoid it entirely.

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