Looking to buy a handgun? Maybe it is your first gun, or you are considering adding to your personal collection. Whether for self-defense, recreation or sport, the first step you should consider is determining what caliber you want to purchase. There are many factors that enter into that decision and in this guide we'll be covering a variety of common pistol calibers to help you make the best choice.
AR pistols can get folks to scratching their heads asking the question, “Why?” Well, there are a couple very good reasons for their existence. First, the law is more often much friendlier to pistols being carried concealed than rifles. As long as you can legally carry a concealed pistol, you can keep one on your person and in your vehicle in a variety of circumstances. On the other hand, rifles (especially loaded ones) are tightly regulated
Here from our frieds at Guns.com are three drills the author will use herself and with students to test and confirm that fundamental skills, especially trigger press, are in place. They’re also a great way to evaluate a trigger and sight picture vs. point of impact on an unfamiliar handgun...
Normally Hollywood movies dish out useful gun advice about as often as the sun goes out, but every once in a while, a movie presents a surprisingly relevant learning opportunity. Tom Mchale from Ammoland introduces one of his firearms training routines using Hollywood to make his point... We think he's right on target.
You can argue over which brand of handgun you like, but when it comes to features, there is little room for argument. Most shoppers are looking for a gun that is compact, lightweight, and accurate. And for good reason: People want to arm themselves with handguns that are easily concealable and can fill the role of a personal defense weapon.