Every gun has a story and is a chapter in the life of its owner, especially the first firearm. With a little reflection we can discover a number of lessons learned from or with that first firearm. Here are some of mine.
Measuring and tracking progress is an important aspect of a skill development journey. It not only confirms skills are in fact improving but it can also help identify specific improvement opportunities while making one aware of their limitations.
Secure firearm storage is a multifaceted problem. What is being secured? Where? And from what? As such, there is no one size fits all solution. When in doubt, go as big as one can afford.
Here are a couple of benign cautionary tales regarding ammunition which could have ended tragically. There are some important takeaways here that gun owners should heed.
There are several techniques and approaches to dealing good hits on targets of varying degrees of difficulty. Here is an approach I’ve adapted from others and added a quick trick to help gauge difficulty.
Focusing on the process can help shooters shoot better by allowing them to maintain attention to the task at hand rather than allowing distractions to interfere, increase tension, and ultimately make mistakes.