Speed Demons: Speed and Efficiency Are Not the Same!

When the subject is defensive shooting, most people are constantly trying to go faster: draw faster, shoot faster, reload faster. It’s a common recommendation that a defensive shooting student buy a shot timer (an electronic stopwatch that’s triggered by the sound of a gunshot) to see how fast they’re going. Split times (the brief interval

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Choosing a Holster to Fit the Fight

I remember back when I was choosing my first concealed carry holster. I pored over magazine articles, read what the “experts” recommended, and obtained every holster catalog and brochure I could. (This was in the early 1990s, before the world wide web had been commercialized, and there were no websites to help in the quest.

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