Buying your first handgun can be quite daunting. They aren’t cheap. New handguns range in price from $250.00 to $2,500.00. And to complicate the matter even further, there are many different manufactures and choices. I tell people in my carry permit course that there are as many different types of handguns as the manufacturers can talk people into buying. What is probably most confusing to someone new to this field is the fact that for every make and model of handgun, there are 3 gun magazine writers telling their readers that their particular brand or caliber or gizmo is the best, and 4 others saying that the gun in question will get the reader killed. Continue reading “Buying Your First Handgun”
Home Workshop Guns for Defense & Resistance Volume II is a clear and simple guide to building a semi- or full-auto pistol or a single-shot, falling-block handgun from common materials in the privacy of your home workshop. Continue reading “Book Review: The Handgun (Home Workshop Guns for Defense & Resistance, Vol. 2)”
Upgrading your handgun enhances the capabilities of your gun, it makes your gun look more professional, and it also gives you something to brag about to your pro-gun friends and family. As most gun enthusiasts will tell you though, choosing the right upgrade for your gun can be a challenge because there are just too many great options out there. Fortunately, below are five of the best upgrades you should take advantage of to solidify your gunsmith skills. Continue reading “Guest Post: Top 5 Upgrades For Your Handgun”
Surgical Speed Shooting helps you learn the secrets of shooting a handgun quickly and accurately under the extreme stress of a gunfight.
These cutting-edge techniques for managing recoil in rapid fire, high-speed trigger control and more are used by today’s hostage rescue teams and competitive grandmasters. Continue reading “Book Review: Surgical Speed Shooting”