Tueller Drill: What Is It? Why Does It Matter?

The Tueller Drill is one of those shooting drills that you probably thought about a million times, but you never really knew what it was called. It’s pretty common to hear people inside the self-defense training community say something like, “Most defensive encounters happen within 21 feet, so practice shooting close.” In a nutshell, that’s... Continue Reading →

Why You Should Carry a Knife

From simple pocket knives to Swiss Army-style multi-tools, the choices, sizes, and styles of everyday carry blades are endless. If you’re not keeping a good knife on your body as part of your EDC, you’re skipping one of the basic essentials.  To me, having a knife handy is a necessity. I use different knives for... Continue Reading →

The Top 10 Most Gun Friendly States

Let’s face it, we live in a difficult time to be legal gun owners. It seems almost daily the news is filled with stories of new pending legislation making it more and more difficult to purchase the firearms we want, when we want. While some states are holding their own, many have turned from once gun-friendly... Continue Reading →

What is the Best Beginner AR-15?

Modern sporting rifles have gained popularity over the past several years. If you’re new to shooting and looking for a rifle, AR-15s make a great beginner platform. An AR-15, contrary to what many uneducated in the field of firearms believe, is not an “assault rifle.” The AR stands for “ArmaLite Rifle,” after the company that originally developed the... Continue Reading →

WHAT IS THE BEST FIRST HANDGUN?

Buying your first gun can be a stressful time, especially if you’re inexperienced and new to shooting. As an instructor, I often get asked, “What’s the best first gun?”  Many factors come in to play when you’re looking to purchase a gun, especially if it’s your first. Sometimes buyers are looking to buy a first... Continue Reading →

MHLeatherworks

Working in the firearm industry, I get to meet some really cool people and work with some amazing companies. Over 5 years ago, I was part of a now defunct online firearms forum where I first met Murray Hill of MHLeatherworks. At the time, Hill, a retired US Navy veteran, was handcrafting custom leather holsters,... Continue Reading →

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