EDC TLC: Carry Gun Maintenance

Poor maintenance, a failure to replace springs in a reasonable time frame and improper lubrication shorten the useful life of your handgun. What’s worse, such lack of care for the handgun might cause it to fail at the...

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Moms and Gun Training: One-Handed Shooting

A few months ago, Concealed Carry Magazine Executive Editor Kevin Michalowski posted several articles and videos on his Into the Fray column that discussed using one hand (and “the other strong hand”) for firearms training. And it got...

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Moms, Are You Ready? The Importance Of Personal Safety And Emergency Planning

I’ve been part of many discussions over the last few months about how our country, our states, and our communities are becoming more and more violent, every day. At the time of this writing, two disturbing topics of conversation include...

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Home On The Range: Build Your Own

Range time. Training time. Good times. Most of the time. There are plenty of interesting range rules out there. Almost all of them get in the way of actual defensive training. The first thing you need to know is that...

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The USCCA Story

  Dear Fellow Responsibly Armed American, Well… it finally happened. That’s right. I succumbed to the siren call of Hollywood. I’m not joking! Now, before you jump to conclusions, you need to hear the WHOLE story. (This is the West...

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A Case for the Full-Size 9mm Handgun

  WHAT EVER HAPPENED to carrying actual fighting guns? If I never see another article touting a “lightweight, easy-to-carry-all-day” such and such, I’ll be ecstatic. When a fight comes, I want a chunk of gun in my hand, not...

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