In this conversation with John Hearne, we talk about what it takes to win a gunfight. Why do some people … Continued
No matter how long you’ve been around firearms, there’s a pretty good chance that what you don’t know about guns, ammo, and shooting vastly outweighs what you do know. We all remember what it was like to be new to firearms, or to pursue a different shooting discipline for the very first time and that’s why we have Toolbox posts. Our goal is to take what we’ve been fortunate enough to learn from our own shooting experience and from being inside the firearms industry, and share it with the rest of the community.
My Pistol Red Dot Optic Broke
A red dot that was working fine on my Sig P365XL suddenly decided to be not fine. Today, we’re taking … Continued
My Everyday Carry Gear and Why It’s “Wrong”
What have I got in my pockets? After numerous requests, we’re taking a look at my own personal everyday carry … Continued
Practical Ballistics for .22LR
What’s the best .22 LR load on the market? We have no idea. But we did shoot a few out … Continued
The Backyard Sniper – A True Practical Rifle
By popular demand, we are finally revisiting the idea of the “Practical Rifle”. But this time around, our take is … Continued
Defensive AR-15 Setup for Regular People
What do you actually need to set up a dependable, moderately-priced AR-15 for defensive use? It’s probably somewhere between the … Continued
Shooting Handguns with Both Eyes Open: Do You Really Have To?
Most of us were taught that we should shoot handguns with both eyes open. That’s generally a pretty good idea, … Continued
The Cheek Pistol: Let’s Get Weird
The cheek pistol is a concept devised by our friend Rhett Neumayer, (a name that should be familiar by … Continued