Tourniquet Dry Fire

Ask any professional shooting competitor or firearms instructor worth their salt and they’ll tell you how important it is to conduct as much dry-fire practice as you can. Every step of the process — from drawstroke to presentation of the firearm, sight alignment/picture, and trigger pull is just as important as the others. Even those

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Simple equipment can sometimes be the most effective

Armed or Unarmed: Simple Self Defense Drills Pay Off

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,

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“Importance of Defensive Firearms Training” Essay Contest

Everyone has their own reasons for seeking out defensive training. PDN asked members of the Professional Outdoor Media Association to write a short essay explaining why they think it’s important. Here are the top five essays from these professional communicators… I think they’re great! While you may not need to be motivated to train, you

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