For many looking to build proper skills with their firearms, a qualified instructor is the best answer. How can someone determine what qualities to look for in a good instructor? Follow Frank Melloni as he outlines five qualities to look for in a good instructor.
I've always considered a gun to be a tool, and like any other tool, I don't baby them. Their main purpose is performance, not aesthetics.
Safe for use in environments where traditional tracers would be prohibited, Ammo Incorporated’s new Streak Visual Ammunition utilizes a non-flammable phosphor material applied to the base of its non-incendiary, metal-jacketed projectile in order to create a visible red glow on the way to its target.
See American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach as he participates in a pilot run of Zero Distance Pistol, learning the theory and techniques as the foundation of the class.
While the mainstream media rightfully calls Jason Falconer a hero for stopping a terrorist who stabbed nine people, there’s a lot more to his resume than “part time police officer.”
Longtime firearm instructor Il Ling New has provided her top 10 tips on becoming a better marksman.