If You’re Standing Still, You’re Moving Backwards

One year, when I was getting ready for our high school basketball season to begin, I remember looking around and noticing that all the players were sporting the same kind of basketball shoes. Beyond those shoes being the latest and...

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Coming Home to Beretta: Many Soldiers Choose Familiarity After Service

It is only natural that military men and women cling to their service pistols. » THERE ARE MANY implements of war. The halberd is long gone, but the rocket launcher and line-of-sight range finders are pretty important. The handgun (which...

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We Just Keep Moving Forward

As you might imagine, the USCCA is simply abuzz with activity all the time. Teams throughout the company are constantly working to provide more and better benefits for our members, reaching out to responsibly armed Americans who have not yet...

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Predators & Pray: What Can We Do About Church Shootings?

When preventative measures fail, being caught without the means to defend yourself, even in a house of worship, is a mistake you might only get to make once. » ON JUNE 17, 2015, one criminal’s lone-wolf attack...

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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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