• Part 1. Test Driving Defensive Firearms

    Before buying a defensive firearm especially if you are a first-time gun buyer, give it a trial run at the range if possible. The dual purposes of this test drive are to ensure the gun’s functioning and to confirm that it’s suitable for you personally. This is especially important if you’re a first-time gun buyer.…

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  • Part 2. Choose a Good Concealed Carry Belt

    We may need different types of belts when wearing different types of holsters, but there are some universal things to look for in a belt. Rob Pincus is on the range with a variety of belts and holsters.

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  • Part 3. Advantages of a Quick-Release Holster System

    Rob Pincus reviews the advantages of having a holster that holds your gun securely, but also allows for the quick removal of the holster from your body to secure it somewhere else when you cannot carry it, to change clothes, to use the bathroom or for any other number of reasons.

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  • Part 4. New Gun Owner: Learning to Shoot in 20 Rounds or Less

    Efficiently learning to shoot a defensive pistol is important to a new gun owner and those who do not have the resources to attend multiple day classes. Anytime you are preparing for personal defense, you want your training to take as little time, effort and energy as possible. The first place most people will think…

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  • Part 5. Balance of Speed & Precision Drill on a Traditional Indoor Range

    Rob Pincus discusses important considerations for running the Balance of Speed & Precision drill on an appropriate target in the stall of a traditional indoor range. Training in a narrow space, with a limited bullet trap area, brings important safety issues to your practice that need to be addressed in how you both set-up and…

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