After some trouble on the road Callie Wolverton realizes she has to be better prepared. Sponsored by Girls with Guns Clothing.
Michelle Cerino has tips on taking a potty break in a public restroom with IWB carry. Sponsored by Springfield Armory.
Author Stacy Bright suggests way to make your home less appealing to would-be criminals. Sponsored by LaserMax, Inc.
Mace Brand offers a wide variety of not only pepper-spray-based products, but also an array of items to keep you and your home safe.
Stacy Brights helps you plan ahead and be prepared with her list of insurance policies for the firearms enthusiast.
Firearms instructor Stacy Bright gives advice on how to talk to other parents about guns in their homes, how to talk to your children and how to keep your own home safe, too. Sponsored by LaserMax, Inc.
Find out how and why Vera Koo trains in bad weather to meet challenges presented by Mother Nature at prestigious shooting competitions. Includes a video.
Stacy Bright gives some great advice on how and why you should be training with your handgun — whether for personal defense or competition. Armed and In Charge is sponsored by LaserMax Inc.
Cheryl Todd has a list to help you make this the year you concentrate on preparedness and the second amendment. Sponsored by AZ Firearms.
Whether you’re a fan or not of “The Walking Dead” you are sure to enjoy these lessons on survival from our featured blog, “The Survival Mom.”
Cheryl Todd takes a look at the groups and colleges that are allowing legal firearms and enacting Campus Carry for college students in her column, ‘The Flame,’ sponsored by AZFirearms.
Take it from Wendy Megyese. There are a dozen things you need to add to your hotel-stay checklist — for safety.
Do you have a plan if there is a home intruder? Annette Doerr starts that conversation in her column sponsored by Lasermax.
Don’t be overwhelmed by all that goes into carrying concealed. Michelle shares 6 tips in her column sponsored by Crossbreed Holsters.
Do you know if your pistol license has reciprocity to legally carry your pistol in other states? Annette Doerr explains how to find out in her column sponsored by LaserMax.
Have you ever been asked by a stranger if you are carrying concealed? Katie tells her story in her column sponsored by Volquartsen.
Michelle has 7 suggestions to help you diminish your chances of becoming a victim her column, “She Shoots 2,” sponsored by Crossbreed Holsters.
Stacy Bright has some tips for those seeking more information about car carrying. “Armed and In Charge” is sponsored by Lasermax.
Babbs reviews CrossBreed’s improved Modular Belly Band holster, the one they partnered with Rob Pincus of I.C.E. Training to create.
Annette Doerr explains various stances for shooting, with recommendations from Gabby Franco and Joseph D’Ambrosio. Armed and In Charge is sponsored by LaserMax, Inc.
Do you have a grip trainer handy? How about in your car? Read why Navy SEAL firearms instructor Chris Sajnog thinks you should have one nearby.
In this tip from Chris Sajnog, learn why it’s important to make a plan for your firearms training.
Navy SEAL firearms instructor Chris Sajnog details for us how to place your finger on the trigger for an effective, accurate shot.
Are you looking for a great book for training purposes in firearms? Look no further. A must-have, according to Babbs.
Sara Ahrens reminds you to be smart and conscientious as a concealed carry holder this holiday season. Sponsored by Crossbreed Holsters.
Annette Doerr went shopping for shooting apps, and WOWZAHS, wait till you see what she found. Sponsored by LaserMax, Inc.
Read these tips and assess your situation if you’re the one opening the door to trick-or-treaters this Halloween. Sponsored by Crossbreed Holsters.
Sara Ahrens lists 3 quick ways to evaluate firearms training that you might want to take. Sponsored by Crossbreed Holsters.
Retro WON — Sara Ahrens gives her expectations when purchasing a firearm, in this 2-part series of OffBeat.
Are you doing these things to keep yourself safe? Wendy Megyese believes “the devil is in the details” when it comes to personal safety. Find out how you can do the right things that make sense.
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