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  1. Why You Should Take a Concealed Carry Class

    Why You Should Take a Concealed Carry Class

    Even in states with Constitutional Carry, you should still get your permit.   There are a lot of reasons you should still take a firearms class and get your state permit even if your state has constitutional carry. We’ll cover the reasons why seeking firearms education is important and how a permit can help you. What is Constitutional Carry? Constitutional...
  2. Get a Grip! How You Hold the Gun Matters

    Get a Grip! How You Hold the Gun Matters

    How you hold the gun affects accuracy and your ability to put multiple shots on target.   The grip is the foundation of successful shooting, whether for competition or self-defense. How you hold the gun influences many facets: recoil management, follow-up shots, even malfunctions. Not all grips are created equal. Rather than compare bad grips, let’s look at how to...
  3. NEW Taurus GX4 Review

    NEW Taurus GX4 Review

    Taurus has entered the bullish high-capacity compact concealed market.   The high-capacity subcompact market just got a little bigger with the introduction of the brand-new Taurus GX4 9mm. With two 11-round magazines included, the diminutive-framed GX4 is clearly aimed at the Sig P365, Springfield Hellcat (original and RDP), and Smith & Wesson Shield PLUS as its biggest competitors. Ever since...
  4. Glock 43 and 19: From Carry to Competition

    Glock 43 and 19: From Carry to Competition

    Glock offers two great concealed options that serve double duty in competition.   You’ve probably heard of the Glock 43 and 19, but do you know what all these two handguns can be used for? Glocks are known for their reliability, which makes them great carry guns but also solid competition pistols. The History of the Glock 43 and 19...
  5. Better Accuracy Through Correct Trigger Squeeze

    Better Accuracy Through Correct Trigger Squeeze

    The secret is in the squeeze.   At its core, shooting is rather simple: just grip the gun tightly, point it at the target, line up the sight, and squeeze the trigger without moving the gun. Simple, right? Yes, but it’s not easy. Simple and easy are two different things. While the theory of shooting is simple, the act of...
  6. Transitioning from Competition to Concealed Carry

    Transitioning from Competition to Concealed Carry

    Transition from competition to concealed carry after the match is over.   I spend a lot of time on the road going from shooting competition to concealed carry quite often. It’s very easy to become lackadaisical when it comes to carrying every day, but that is when the worst could very easily happen. There are a variety of different shooting...

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