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Mastering the Handgun: A Tried-and-True Method

With the incredible number of firearms and accessories available, it can seem easy to buy your way to proficiency. However, Wiley Clapp says there's a tried-and-true method.

Review: Pyramyd Air Springfield Armory XDm

Practice the fundamentals of pistolcraft at your own pace from the comforts of your own home with Air Venturi's officially licensed Springfield Armory XDm CO2-powered BB pistol available from Pyramyd Air.

Advanced Pistol Drill: The 10 Second Showdown

Few well-known shooting drills actually challenge the shooter, balance skills in a proportional manner, and are simple to administer.

Tips & Techniques: Use A Chair

When teaching a new shooter basic handgun skills, begin the first dry-fire and live-fire exercises by sitting them down.

Back to Basics: 5 Things That Will Improve Your Handgun Marksmanship

Do these things every time, and you will be one with your handgun.

Sheriff's Tips: What's Your Stance?

I have come to the conclusion that arguing the Weaver vs. the Isosceles is about as productive as arguing .45 vs. 9 mm.

Sheriff's Tips: Empty Chambers

Do you carry your defensive handgun with a round in the chamber? Sheriff Jim Wilson says if you are not confident in this practice, get professional training.

Defensive Holster Concerns

Being able to access your defensive handgun with one hand is important in a real-world scenario.

4 Life-Saving Tips for New Shooters

Personal-defense training is big business. So how do you know what you really need? If you are new to shooting, follow these four easy-to-remember tips to keep you on track.

Point Shooting

Point shooting can be effective if practiced regularly.

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