by David Bruce Originally Published HERE Re-published with the authority of the author. Many myths have been passed down from shooter to shooter when it comes to bullets on vehicles.…
by David Bruce Re-published with the authority of the author. Recently, I was running a movement drill on a square range, at the seven-yard line. I would give commands to…
In this post, we’re going to take a look at how you can maximize load data and really fine tune that hand-load you’ve been contemplating or working on. The first place to start is the data source. I recommend getting your load data
n this post, we’re going to look at the various types of primers currently in use. While primers are a small part of the reloading process (pun intended), they play a significant role in the ammunition’s makeup.
A chronograph is an excellent tool for serious marksman and reloaders as well. Let’s first quickly discuss what a chronograph is and then how we can employ them to our shooting advantage.
I approach firearms training just as any other martial art. Using the nucleus method of 7 Elements, I build a unique foundation that combines ...
Ivan Loomis, the Kit Badger, has worn many hats: veteran, law enforcement officer, and security contractor, to name a few. These days though, he is a Dad, an entrepreneur and more recently, a competitor, with several top five finishes in the Tactical Games.
A visual guide to a basic cleaning of the Glock 34 Gen 5 MOS
In this post, we'll take a look at the 2018 Glock 34 Gen 5 MOS (Modular Optic System) handgun. As well as cover the process for field stripping it.
In this video Shane discusses the history of the bullet and some of the significant changes that have influenced it over the course of history.