One inescapable fact of life is that many people are terrified of self-responsibility. Many, if not most, are especially terrified of that most critical of responsibilities, the defense of themselves and those whom they love. […]
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Sage’s Aaron Cowan discusses the common misunderstanding regarding Center Mass shooting and goes in-depth on a more realistic approach to the skills and practice methods to best maximize self defense practice.
Some people who encounter disaster are utterly destroyed by the experience, and never recover from the trauma. Others shake their heads, push through the pain, and attack life with incredibly ferocity. They know just how […]
It is incredibly rare for us to essentially say, “here, just go read this,” but this is one of those rare times. Andrew Touhy isn’t one of the most broadly-known gun bloggers out there, nor […]
Using a shotgun effectively requires that you know how it works in all scenarios. Clint Smith, President and Director of the world-class Thunder Ranch training center, shares his knowledge of the practical application of shotguns. […]
In late September we brought you the hair-raising first-person account of a Las Vegas woman who shot stalker Douglas Eugene Jackson through a door as he attempted to break into her home: I Shot My […]
The first six installments of this series: A Gun Ownership Primer: The Philosophy Of Gun Ownership A Gun Ownership Primer, Part 2: Does Evil Exist? A Gun Ownership Primer: Is Killing Morally Justified? Part 1 […]
A century before pants-wetting billionaire Michael Bloomberg carried out his one-man war against the Second Amendment, another powerful and spoiled New Yorker desired to make the world safe for himself… and his armed bodyguards. Timothy Sullivan helped […]
We told you last week about the absurd situation in Winter Haven, Florida, where an unannounced “active shooter” drill in Jewett Middle Academy terrified students and teachers alike. Adding to the horror was the fact […]
[This is an article from my monthly Bearing Arms column in Townhall Magazine] I thought I was a decent shot with a pistol. That was before I spent a week at the world famous Gunsite […]