Today Riley and Jacob cover the latest in industry news, legislative updates, and share this week’s top JUSTIFIED SAVE stories from around America. Plus you won’t want to miss this week’s Case of the Week from attorney Andrew Branca of Law of Self-Defense where we learn what can potentially happen when your fired shots miss […]
Articles that emphasize and teach about firearm safety rules and issues at home, when carrying, and at the range.
Today Riley and Jacob share the latest news, stories and information from the firearms and concealed carry industry. Today’s news features stories about the recent assault weapons ban in Boulder, Colorado; the Santa Fe, Texas school shooting; the gun control debate rages on “healthier” than ever including the call to ban “ghost guns” as well. But more […]
Today Riley and Matthew interview Nami and her dad. She is a 12-year-old girl who is being taught from an early age about firearm safety, shooting, and is getting into competition shooting as well. Nami and her parents have also received some criticism for encouraging her to pursue the firearms sports. We’ll ask about that […]
I have heard many instructors tell their students this: You have to be able to re-holster your firearm without looking down at your holster. My opinion on re-holstering is different than what many have been teaching for quite some time.
Additionally using a magazine filled with dummy rounds more closely replicates the weight of your loaded firearm for more realistic practice. And dummy rounds in the magazine keep the slide from locking to the rear while you practice clearing stoppages and performing magazine reloads.
For example, your firearm may come from the factory requiring 5.5 pounds of force on the trigger to fire a cartridge. Reducing the weight of the trigger pull to 3.5 pounds of pressure needed to fire the cartridge would make it easier to pull the trigger.