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When I opened the box containing the Lieutenant G2 from Urban Carry Holsters, my wife quipped: “Another addition to the drawer of once-used holsters?” As an NRA Instructor teaching weekend pistol classes for the past 10 years, I have acquired several “tools of the trade,” as I explained to my bride.

The tactical reload is an approach to defensive shooting that’s been debated, studied and instructed for decades, and the idea of using a speed loader or a speed strip is not new. With the development of the first firearms for use in battle or defensive situations, there is no doubt

Article first appeared at Ammo Land. MANSFIELD, Texas -(Ammoland.com)- Primed to scratch your tactical itch, the new Firefield line of Impulse Red Dot sights are designed for both shotguns and rifles. With two different objective lens sizes, with or without a laser, there is a Firefield Impulse for every shooter. Firefield Red

Article first appeared at Ammo Land. Fort Worth, Texas – -(Ammoland.com)-NiteSite LLC, the US Sales Division of NiteSite LTD, the UK company and developers of infrared technology for predator hunting, make keeping hunting memories as easy as the push of a button on the patented NiteSite RTEK Eagle, Wolf and Viper night

The Browning Hi Power is one of the most prolific fighting pistols of all time. I’ve owned several, but for a variety of reasons could never hold on to one very long. Like John Browning’s other, more famous, pistol—the 1911—the Hi Power needs a bit of tweaking from its original configuration to

Once upon a time, police officers who patrolled our streets carried revolvers on their hips. Guns like the Colt Police Positive and the Smith & Wesson Model 19 were their primary defensive firearm, and they carried .38 Spl. snub-nosed carry revolvers like the Detective Special and J-Frames for backup guns and when they were

The sport of long-range shooting is always evolving. For many years .30-caliber cartridges dominated. Then along came the 6.5 mm cartridges and they took over, but there is a new contender for the throne with the emergence of the 6mm Creedmoor and other .243-caliber cartridges for long-range work. The only

There’s no question that the 1911 pistol has transcended the handgun, which was originally nothing more than a close-quarters firearm intended to be wielded with one hand. For some time, but more so today than ever before, 1911 pistols have also become works of art. From a practical standpoint, these

We know Google doesn’t “allow the promotion of some products or services that cause damage, harm or injury.” Google’s list of banned products for promotion includes guns or, as Google puts it, “[f]unctional devices that appear to discharge a projectile at high velocity, whether for sport, self-defense or combat.” The company also

While the bodies pile up in many large Democrat-controlled cities across the nation, an academic is conjuring up visions of sugarplums and new taxes on the Left’s favorite boogeymen—guns and gun owners. According a bio at US News, “John Stoehr is a lecturer in political science at Yale, a business columnist