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Practical Carry Techniques

Using the right carry technique is as important as picking the right defensive handgun.

Jim Wilson

7 Tips for Concealed Carry

There's a lot to know about the concealed carry of a firearm. While everyone's needs are

Daniel T. McElrath

My Friend, The .357 (Part 2)

By Skeeter Skelton Written by Skeeter in the mid-1960s, the following is the

skeeter skelton

My Friend, The .357

Written by Skeeter in the mid-1960s, the following article was found by his wife Sally

skeeter skelton

Smith & Wesson's .32-20 M&P

To anyone versed in firearms history, it will come as no surprise when i proclaim the

Paul Scarlata

TRUGLO Has Riflescopes

TRUGLO is justifiably famous for its fiber optic sights, but it's moved into the riflescope

David Fortier

The Jug Johnson Saga

On a fateful day in 1975, Skeeter's response to this letter began the entangled web of

skeeter skelton

Mitchell's Mausers Commemorative Lugers

By Shooting Times Staff Report Artillery Model, Navy Model, Army

The Truth About Lightweight Rifles

Greg gives us his take on lightweight bolt rifles.

Greg Rodriguez

Savage Model 1907 Automatic Pistol

By Paul Scarlata The Savage Model 1907 was one of the most popular

Paul Scarlata

This Business Of Accuracy

Acceptable handgun accuracy is a topic that is always hotly debated.

Jim Wilson

IPSC And IDPA Give Shooters A Choice

By Sheriff Jim Wilson The discipline that we now call "The Modern Technique

Jim Wilson

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