Not every handheld and battery-powered light source is the same and picking the wrong one can have dire consequences in a survival or self-defense situation. I interviewed Michael F. Dineen, Streamlight vice president of sales and marketing, recently as part of my series of stories on how to compare tactical flashlights. I started with some […]
I interviewed Michael Hess, vice president of Armament Systems & Procedures (ASP) about its lighting systems, and the critical role an association—Portable Lights American Trade Association (PLATO)—plays in educating consumers on the products and their real performance.
When civil unrest comes to visit today, it often leads to riots and assaults on innocent citizens—here a few tips to avoid becoming a victim.
Defensive handguns must get on target quickly during a criminal attack. Here’s some advice on how to select self-defense pistol sight color.
Handguns are a favorite for personal protection, but criminals attack fast, often at night, so are black sights best for self-defense?
Bolt-action rifle photography presents a challenge, regardless of the gun’s make or looks. If you take the image fully broadside the firearm’s length makes it look like a toothpick.
Whether it’s bright sunlight that’s blocking your view through your optic, or something else, here are some tips from Duane Buckner of Telluric Training on how to handle the situation, brought to you by the fine folks at Aimpoint.
Today’s riflescopes are modern marvels, with engineers cramming more advanced technology into compact, rugged and combat-proven riflescopes than ever before. The performance is undeniable, but is there a performance loss in an old-school wire reticle vs. etched glass versions?
Holster choice, and particularly the exact positioning on the body, is intensely personal. What’s comfortable, fast and concealable for one gun carrier may not work at all for another.
Situational awareness training is lifesaving—with or without a firearm—by escaping or avoiding encounters before they turn dangerous.