Being able to shoot fast, accurate shots has application in both self-defense and competitive shooting. Your ability to quickly place follow-up shots where you want is influenced greatly in your ability to control the gun during the shooting cycle. For years shooters have known this, and so a host of products are available to help […]
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Riley Bowman and Jacob Paulsen their own lists of 5 important range bag items that are often overloed. Are you missing any of these? You don’t want to waste your time going to the range and realizing you needed something, right? Well, you better tune in!
In speaking with female students who come through our firearm training course the most common concern initially is in finding a way to carry a concealed firearm that is in with modern female style and also functional as it relates to self-defense.
I have been carrying my concealed handgun inside the waistband (IWB), and, specifically, positioned in front for almost 10 years. Carrying in this position, known as appendix carry, has a lot of benefits when compared to other modes of carry. In fact, I didn’t start out by carrying in this position but adopted it […]
A live Q&A broadcast that was aired in February 2020 as a wrapup to the Trauma Care Summit. Riley and Jacob Paulsen discuss what makes up a good medkit, how they made the decisions about what is included in the Mountain Man Medical Trauma Kits and take questions from the live audience.
Having a quality compensator on your rifle makes a huge difference in muzzle rise. So it makes total sense that you could reduce muzzle rise by putting a compensator on your handgun. Compensators on handguns aren’t new. And while they operate a little differently, ported barrels on handguns are intended to have the same effect […]