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Get a Grip for Better Trigger Control


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Grip High When holding the handgun with your dominant hand, the web of the hand should be held high, all the way under the rear grip tang on a semi-automatic pistol to the point where the skin of your hand creases beneath it. On a revolver grasp the grip of the pistol as high as […]

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Improve Your Handgun Skills in Your Home


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Any time we have firearms around, safety is the paramount concern. To ensure the safest environment possible, develop a process you follow each time before practice so that safety becomes an observed routine. First, unload and ensure the gun is empty of any live ammunition in one room. All ammunition must be stored in the […]

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Selecting a Defensive Handgun


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Based on that experience and knowledge of what you are most likely to need from your defensive pistol, I recommend that you start with a modern striker fired handgun from an established manufacturer chambered in 9mm that fits your hand. I also recommend that you choose a model that has no manually operated safety lever […]

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Proper Handgun Fit


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If you cannot deactivate the safety or press the trigger, you will obviously not be able to use the gun at all. The proper position of the thumb empowers efficient alignment, recoil management and the use of the thumb to release the magazine, operate a safety and de-cock the gun if necessary. The most common […]

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Keep Your Defensive Handgun Skills Sharp


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If you own a handgun for self or home-defense, (or a shotgun or rifle for that matter), it’s extremely important to routinely take that firearm to the range and practice shooting it. Some people purchase a firearm to provide piece of mind should a threat in the form of an intruder ever visit their home, […]

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Win1911 Ammunition


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Winchester centerfire handgun product manager, Mike Stock, introduces the new Win1911 handgun ammunition. Win1911 has two new product offerings; a 230 Grain FMJ and a 230 Grain JHP.

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