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Col. Jeff Cooper: Developing a Defensive Mindset

by Brad Fitzpatrick 0

In case you aren’t familiar with the late Col. John Dean “Jeff” Cooper—which probably means you’re new to defensive shooting—allow… more »


Beyond CCW: Improving Your Skills

by Brad Fitzpatrick 0

The rising number of concealed carry permits has resulted in a nationwide surge in compact handgun sales, and today there… more »


Common Ballistic Terms You Should Know

by Joseph von Benedikt 0

Long-range shooting is one of the biggest trends on today’s shooting scene, big enough that it’s driving purpose-designed new rifles… more »


At the Range: Cleaning Suppressors

by Guns & Ammo TV 0

With the majority of states allowing civilian ownership of suppressors and quite a few allowing hunters to use suppressors while… more »


G&A Basics: 5 Tips for New Concealed Carry Holders

by Richard Nance 10

Its often said that carrying a concealed handgun is a lifestyle. Truer words have never been spoken. Adding a concealed… more »


At the Range: Friendly Competition with Jerry Miculek

by Guns & Ammo TV 3

A little competition among friends makes any activity more engaging, especially when your friend is champion competition shooter Jerry Miculek…. more »


Guide to Air Travel With a Firearm

by Chris Mudgett 26

If you’re like many of us, carrying a firearm doesn’t cease when traveling away from home. The thought of air… more »

3-Gun Nation champion Rob Romero kneels in the mud to shoot around a barricade.

How 3-Gun Nation Makes it Easy to Get Involved in Competition

by G&A Online Editors 3

Getting involved in competitive shooting just became easier with 3-Gun Nation’s online member’s portal. Even if you’ve never shot in an organized match,… more »


G&A Perspectives: 25 Ways to Make Women Feel at Home On the Range

by Kyle Wintersteen 12

Attention, ladies: We male shooters haven’t always been a welcoming bunch, but we want women to get involved in shooting… more »


G&A Perspectives: Every Shooter Disqualifies, Even the Pros

by Dusty Gibson 5

Competition shooters are entertaining to watch and learn from, but it’s important to remember that everyone is human. Experienced athletes… more »


11 Best Ballistics Apps for Every Shooter

by G&A Staff 9

For better or worse, the digital age has touched almost every aspect of our lives. Whether it’s in the form… more »


Fact or Fiction: Push-Feed Rifles Won’t Cycle Reliably Upside Down

by Brad Fitzpatrick 9

For several years, controlled-round-feed (CRF) rifles have been the standard for hunting dangerous game, and almost every article written on the… more »


At the Range: Tactical Training with .22LR

by Guns & Ammo TV 1

It’s well known that the .22LR is perfect for instructing beginners, thanks to its minimal recoil and relatively low cost. However, .22s… more »


At the Range: Shaving a Second with Jerry Miculek

by Guns & Ammo TV 0

In shooting competitions, time is everything. An additional second — or even hundredth of a second — can be the… more »


Leadership in the Shadows: Lessons from an American Patriot

by G&A Online Editors 1

Penned by a modern day American Patriot, Leadership in the Shadows describes, in detail, a set of leadership principles which have been… more »


12 Fun Plinking Targets that Won’t Break the Bank

by Dusty Gibson 17

There’s no doubt plinking is one of the greatest American pastimes. Shooters of all ages enjoy the immediate feedback of… more »


At the Range: Executive Protection Tactics

by Guns & Ammo TV 1

Like it or not, we’re surrounded by deadly threats every day. Threats become even more common with executives, celebrities and… more »


How to Choose Concealed Carry Insurance

by Chris Hendrix 40

Most of us carry at least one insurance policy. Whether that policy covers your home, your car, your health or… more »


G&A Basics: How to Reload Handguns

by Guns & Ammo TV 2

Keeping rounds in your handgun in personal defense and competition scenarios is vital when engaging targets. Each situation warrants a… more »


How to Properly Store Ammo

by Kyle Wintersteen 23

Before every waterfowl season—which I anticipate like a kid on Christmas—I like to ceremoniously inventory my ammunition supply. Do I… more »


G&A Basics: How to Interact with Police While Carrying

by James Tarr 36

I’ve been “not a cop” a lot longer than I was a cop, and have had a lot of experiences… more »

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Green Beret Tactics: Tips for Shooting Prone

by Guns & Ammo TV 1

When shooting from the prone position, it’s important to have the right position in order to control your breathing and… more »

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G&A Debate: Isosceles or Weaver Stance?

by Guns & Ammo TV 42

As far as shooting stances go, the Isosceles and Weaver are probably the two most popular — but which one… more »


Rimfire Run-Throughs: Benefits of Training with a .22

by Iain Harrison 7

With the exception of managing recoil and judging wind, there’s really not much you can’t do with a .22 LR… more »

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Behind the Scenes at Colt: Making the Nation’s Favorite Rifle

by Iain Harrison 35

This past week saw a gaggle of gunwriters traipse through the hallowed halls of Colt’s plant in Hartford, Conn. I… more »

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Pawn Shop Pitfalls: How to Buy Used Guns

by B. Gil Horman 43

My hobby of “gun slumming” started back when I was a poor college student. I wanted to shoot more, but… more »

Zombie proof home

How to Create a Secure, Zombie-Proof Home

by Patrick Sweeney 87

The military has considered camouflage for a long time. The things that give you away, and lead to getting shot,… more »

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How to Prepare Your Gun Collection for Disaster

by Philip Schreier 22

For nearly 25 years, I have been fortunate enough to work with one of the finest collections of firearms in… more »


Zombie Headshots: It’s a Matter of Physics and Caliber Selection

by Patrick Sweeney 33

Consider the skull: an armored, curved structure with stiffening ribs and internal support structures located on top, where it can… more »


The Most Important Point: Fitness and Zombies

by Patrick Sweeney 11

As someone who is both gregarious and remote, I have been to a number of parties. It helped (or hurt,… more »

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