You’ve got a gun? There goes the neighborhood!
Every time I attend a seminar, coach’s clinic or instructor’s conference, one thing is for certain: It’s never the same.
Have you ever thought that female holster options for concealed carry could be better? Maybe you’ve thought that the only holsters made for women are the ones that fit in a bra or purse. Could it be that those thoughts are stemming from the fact that you’ve not tried all, most, or even any of
This is the second article in a series aimed at helping new shooters become comfortable with the idea of not only engaging people in the shooting community, but also taking the first step into that community and participating in all it has to offer. If you are a seasoned veteran of the shooting world, please
Hi. My name is Julie, and I’m a shooter. (“Hi, Julie.”) I’m being a little dramatic to make a point here, but sometimes to the non-shooter trying to learn more about the shooting world, it can seem like an elite club. And this club comes with its own language, attire, accessories and attitude. Now don’t
You’ve heard it a thousand times. “The power of the [insert unarmed defensive move here] comes from your hips.” And it’s true. But has anyone ever explained why? If a person understood the science and reasoning behind that statement, I believe more people would execute their unarmed self defense with not only better precision, but
What makes you proficient at your particular skill set for personal defense? How did you get to your level of knowledge or skill? How do you plan to improve upon your personal defense plan (PDP)? At some point your search most likely included: 1) Obtaining useful knowledge of said weapon (firearm, knife, hands, feet, knees,
When was the last time you stepped outside your comfort zone and tried your hand at a new form of personal defense? Yes, I know my audience here, and I don’t mean the last time you picked up a new firearm or tried the latest and greatest ammo. I mean really stepped outside the box