Today, Riley Bowman and Matthew Maruster discuss the recent events in St. Louis, Missouri where a couple stood outside their home armed with pistol and rifle to apparently protect themselves and their home from a mob of people that stormed their private community in an attempt to reach and protest outside the mayor’s home. There […]
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Today, Riley Bowman and Matthew Maruster discuss this month’s Shooter Ready Challenge which involves reloads. They may not be very common in a civilian setting for defensive pistolcraft, but they’re still good to know and to practice. We’ll talk about tips and techniques, but don’t forget to participate in www.ShooterReadyChallenge.com for a chance to win free access to […]
Today, Riley Bowman interviews world champion shooter B.J. Norris (while on his lunch break) on what it takes to perform at our best…especially in stressful situations. B.J. has been competing since his youth and has numerous National and World titles to his name. He is also an avid practitioner of the defensive handgun.
A sad reality is that many gun ranges will not allow shooters to practice after hours. When I say after hours, I mean in low light conditions. The problem with this, is that many defensive shooting incidents happen in low or no light, and virtually none of us are actually training for this sort of […]
A shot timer is one of those indispensable tools that everyone who is serious about self-defense and concealed carry should own and use on a regular basis. One of the most misunderstood aspects about this, is that people have no clue how a shot timer will help them out in a defensive scenario–thinking that they’re […]
It is the time of year where over half of American adults will set goals for the new year. I LOVE new years’ goals and the opportunity to be reminded to plan ahead and try to improve myself and my situation. As a responsible gun owner, there are many things you may consider to improve […]