Stacy Bright lives near Crossbreed Holsters and is one of southwest Missouri’s top firearms and CCW trainers. Follow her at She Shoots 2. Sponsored by Crossbreed Holsters.
The following accessories and gun gear products are some that I’d choose to make my gun unique to me, and ones that I use regularly. Some are even listed on Amazon’s “Top Sellers” in “Gun Accessories & Parts,” and I agree that they are “must-haves.” She Shoots 2 is sponsored by CrossBreed Holsters Gun Accessory […]
Humdrum should never describe our shooting range experience. Pack up the guns and ammo, go to the range, shoot at a paper target, reload, repeat. It takes a disciplined person to do this on a regular basis, but if you’ll add in a little “fun factor”, you might find that range drills can be both […]
Michelle Cerino is decluttering her outdoor and competitive shooting gear using tips she learned in the book, “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up.” Her column, “She Shoots 2,” is sponsored by Crossbreed Holsters.
Since early gun-making days, gun owners have been trying to find ways to protect their firearms from weather and wear, particularly iron and steel parts. The purpose of various gun finishes was primarily to provide some type of coating that would protect the outer layer from rust and corrosion. I recently spoke with a local […]
The 1911 was designed by John Browning in 1911. Of course, that’s where the name originated. It’s a single-action pistol that uses a firing pin. The “Commander” size typically has a barrel length from 4 to 4.25 inches, as opposed to the longer “Government” barrel length of 5 inches or shorter “Officer” barrel length of […]
If you don’t know by now, I’m a big fan of CrossBreed Holsters. My every day carry for the past several years has been the Mini Appendix IWB, which I love! When I heard that CrossBreed was coming out with a new cutting-edge holster, which they’ve dubbed “The Reckoning,” I felt a tinge of excitement, […]
“What should I do if I’m pulled over by a police officer while I’m carrying my firearm?” This question frequently comes up in my gun classes, so much so that I’ve added a section in my PowerPoint to discuss how to handle the situation. Hopefully, you’re a cautious driver and won’t find yourself in this […]
Dry fire training is the practice of firing, or practicing the manipulation of, a firearm without ammunition. That seems easy enough to understand, but let’s take a look at the reasons why someone would want to practice dry firing, as well as some drills that are helpful. She Shoots 2 is sponsored by CrossBreed Holsters […]
These signs can stop you in your tracks at the entrance. You know, those signs that tell you that you can or can’t carry a firearm into the building. What do they mean and how do they pertain to concealed carry license holders? What about those who carry without a permit and live in a […]
In my younger years, I couldn’t wait for winter’s arrival. The first big snowfall meant making snow forts, sledding, or even hitting the ski slopes. As I’ve aged, I don’t enjoy the cold season quite as much. Maybe it’s that every ache and pain is more noticeable with frigid temperatures, or maybe I just don’t […]
Krav Maga (pronounced “krahv mahGAH”) is a form of training that cuts out extra nonsensical teaching methods, to make it more of a strictly street violence form of self-defense. It doesn’t include any type of spiritual or meditative elements. It teaches students to respond to real life-or-death situations. Learning how to handle circumstances in which […]
Getting ready for a trip to the shooting range means preparing ahead of time. As with any other adventure, packing the right necessities ensures the day will flow more smoothly. Some items are obvious – ammunition, eye and ear protection, a first aid kit, and of course, your handguns. Other items are less common, yet […]