Knives in a Gunfight

The knife has its basic fundamentals just as does the pistol. And just as the pistol can be utilized by people of all physical skill levels, the same goes for the knife. Who hasn’t heard the old saying,...

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Kirk Keller

The terrorist attack on the World Trade Center emphasized for me, like many others, the changing world in which we live and the dangers that face all of us. I came to shooting early in life, long before...

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Using IDPA Competition To Build Your Concealed Carry Skills

Competition tests the functionality of the contestant’s personal equipment. Until tested under pressure, a shooter does not really know how well the shooter/equipment interface will perform under stress. Photography by Mike Benedict. When you decide to carry a...

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The Seecamp Surprise

The Seecamp is known for throwing surprise parties for crooks every chance it gets, often loud and quite entertaining, something the rest of us can celebrate. Even professionals who strap on a couple of full-size .45’s every morning...

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Dr. Neal H. Trent

My PhD is in Clinical Psychology, so I pretty much split my time between 50% teaching and developing the behavioral medicine curriculum, 50% seeing patients, and 50% doing consultations. I’m Neal Trent; I was a soldier once, and...

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Nicki Fellenzer

I was drawn deeper into Constitutional issues and gun rights when I was finishing my BA in International Relations at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. My views on gun rights were formed early in life –...

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