In this week's "Sheriff's Tips", Sheriff Jim Wilson shares his thoughts on reloading a handgun from a higher position than the waist and its benefits for situational awareness.
SIG Sauer Academy is expanding its course options in 2020 to include team-building options taught by former U.S. Army special forces operators.
Frankie McRae has a slightly different approach when he teaches self-defense with a gun at Raidon Tactics, which is based about 30 minutes north of Fort Bragg in N.C.
Joe Kurtenbach briefly surveys four IWB holsters to highlight some of the options and features available today.
The VTAC DSTT addresses the need for a realistic target that also allows for easy scoring, zeroing and repeated training drills.
With a mid-length gas tube, Geissele trigger and a multitude of Viking Tactics’ gear, the VTACII is at home on the range, in 3-gun competition and in the field.
While in most circumstances of a home invasion, your best bet is to arm yourself, gather the family in a locked room and call the police, there are times and situations where you might have to clear your home.
Choose your IWB holster wisely, by following these three tips from Sheriff Jim Wilson.
While you may be alone when a deadly attack occurs, attacks can easily happen when you’re with other people, such as with your family.
Shooting from the prone and kneeling positions can provide an edge in a fight.