During a critical incident, you may need to reload your defensive firearm with your support hand because your strong hand might be injured, holding a baby, or otherwise occupied. This is not the time to learn how to reload with your support hand. The time to learn and practice that vital defensive skill is now. Mike Seeklander demonstrates the support-hand reload.
PDN Contributor and Owner of Bearco Training, Barret Kendrick, has been wearing the latest conceal and carry Valkyrie Holster by Castle Bravo Kydex. Valkyrie Holster Features Designed by Steve Rundall, this holster uses a feature that a few other holsters on the market recently have employed: a wing-type feature that puts positive pressure on theWatch Now >>
There are basically two types of people in the world: sheep and wolves. If you are a productive member of society, you’re a sheep. If, on the other hand, you are someone who feeds on sheep without mercy, you are a wolf. Regardless of your mission in the world, when you forget or ignore theWatch Now >>
The shotgun is still a popular home defense arm, but its recoil can intimidate even the seasoned shooter. PDN Contributor, Paul Carlson, looks at the Knoxx SpecOps Stock Gen III, which uses a unique combination of features to tame the harsh recoil of even heavy 12 gauge loads.Watch Now >>