“The FNH FNX 9mm is made in the USA and retails for $699″
Gun Test: FNH FNX 9mm - Gun Digest
Tactically Speaking: Know your weapons and know yourself - The Shooting Channel
“I have had the pleasure of teaching thousands of military members, law enforcement officers and civilians”
Training for High-Stress Self-Defense Shooting at Home - David Morris
Do you know the ‘ice drill?” David Morris’s training will push you hard.
Stand and Defend: Why a shooters stance or position is important for self-defense - The Shooting Channel
“Stay Trained, Stay Armed, Stay Prepared”
Gun Test: SCCY Industries CPX-2 - American Rifleman
This is a 15 oz. 9mm under $300
Biden: Gun-ban legislation “Just the Beginning” — Pelosi: “Not the end of the day for this Issue” - National Rifle Association - ILA
“The anti-gunners see momentum from tragedy”
Self-defense behind the wheel - American Rifleman
Fighting with a gun from your vehicle
Gun Test: Ruger 22/45 Mark III Lite - American Rifleman
The Mark III Lite is a lighter version .22 semi-auto with a 1911 grip.
1911 Magazines - Shooting Illustrated
Which one should you buy?
Gun Test: Bersa BP9 Concealed Carry - Shooting Illustrated
Bersa’s first striker-fired, polymer-frame handgun
10 Tactical gun training tips for beginners - Z7 Tactical
Confused about what kind of training is right for you?
The Armed Citizen: homeowner kills criminal, woman saves sister, 70 year-old coach defends players - National Rifle Association - ILA
True stories of when a gun saved a life
Reporters from a variety of news websites wildly misreported the size of DHS’ ammo buy
And it holds 15+1
Got FMK? American made and shoots nicely
Gun Test: Bersa BP9CC - American Rifleman
Good shooter, but not the most refined manufacturing.
A 9/11 Hero’s Revolver - American Rifleman
This revolver was the only tangible link to Walter Weaver’s life found in the carnage and debris of the World Trade Center.
Gun Review: Iver Johnson .22 Supershot Sealed Eight - American Rifleman
If you can find one, buy it.
Queue the innocent bystander who suddenly snaps into superhero mode!
Gun Test: Smith & Wesson’s Sub-Compact Shield - American Rifleman
Small enough to conceal with 9mm or .40 S&W power. This is the smallest M&P yet.