Trigger control is an essential part of accurate and fast shooting. How well a person can manipulate the trigger is a benchmark of an experienced and skilled shooter. Most basic pistol courses will go into how to do this, but it takes hours of practice to get it right. After market triggers are not a […]
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For most people buying a handgun, a holster is the next logical purchase. Unless you plan on keeping the pistol in one of your hands with no way to secure it, a holster is essential. Slings are the same way. They should be considered an essential piece of equipment for a rifle or shotgun like […]
How do these two popular firearm training tools stack up? What do they each bring to the table? Read now to understand the differences between MantisX and LASR and how you might choose between them.
Having a good set of protective eyewear is one of those things that should not be skimped out on. You’ve got a few different options for shooting glasses, as follows: There are cheap shooting glasses, like the 10 dollar ones from Walmart. These cheaper glasses tend to distort your view and are sure to be […]
I met Eddie Massaro of Massaro Holster Works at the USCCA Expo 2019. He wanted me to take a lo at his hybrid holster called the American Purebred. It’s made of Kydex, neoprene, and designed primarily for traditional inside the waistband (IWB) carry. This means carrying in the 4 or 5 o’clock position. I carry […]
Sights. Everyone knows you need them, and not all were created equal. Not only that but if you’re like me, a fan of M&P pistols, after market sights may be a necessity. While I many of the features of the Smith and Wesson M&P series of pistols, I am NOT a fan of their […]