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Articles by: William Frady

Low Light Training:  Are You Afraid of the Dark?

Low Light Training: Are You Afraid of the Dark?

As shooters, especially those with a defensive or proactive mindset, our skill sets have to be diverse.  We drill for reloads, we train our draws, we learn to focus on our front sights and shoot reflexively through force on force, but there is an aspect to training I feel many shooters ignore.  Low light training is a crucial bit of[Read More…]

by May 9, 2014 0 comments Tactical Training
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Defensive Shotguns: Effective or Paling Compared To MSRs?

The shotgun has been a staple for defensive use since its inception, providing enormous firepower at short to medium range engagement distances.  However, with the recent focus on modern sporting rifles being recommended for defensive use, is there a place for the venerable scattergun?  I’m of the opinion that one should arm themselves based upon necessity, budgeting concerns, and effectiveness. [Read More…]

by May 6, 2014 0 comments Tactical Training
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Home Defense On a Budget: Where Pennies Can Make a Difference

During my time selling firearms, I’ve received a fair few questions regarding what I recommend to defend a home on a limited budget.  Having gone through the stress and rigors of being a young father with money being exceptionally tight, I fully understand the want to protect those you love while still making sure you don’t break the bank on[Read More…]

by May 5, 2014 0 comments Self Defense
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Inspecting a Used Handgun: Getting the Most Bang for Your Buck

Used guns present a very affordable alternative to their factory new counterparts, usually coming in well under retail.  However, buying used can be a bit of a drag if you’re not familiar with what to look for in a firearm.  With such a great diversity in firearms out there, let’s take a look at some common things you can search[Read More…]

by May 4, 2014 0 comments Self Defense
Armed Samaritan Comes To Aid Of Mother Dragged Across Parking Lot

Armed Samaritan Comes To Aid Of Mother Dragged Across Parking Lot

It’s a stroke of luck that saved a 30 year old Texas mother Tuesday, where the quick thinking of an armed stranger helped prevent a mugging and potential injury. The Texan mother was dragged across a shopping center parking lot while holding on tightly to her purse after two suspects in a vehicle attempted to steal it. The stranger, who[Read More…]

by May 1, 2014 0 comments Second Amendment News
Choosing A Caliber For The Defensive Sidearm:  Is Bigger Really Better?

Choosing A Caliber For The Defensive Sidearm: Is Bigger Really Better?

If you listen to some of the posturing in gun stores and on firearm related forums, you could honestly swear that anything beginning with .4 in the chambering was a death dealing super cannon wreaking havoc on bad guys everywhere.  The honest answer is that caliber choice isn’t really that simple, gone are the days of somewhat unreliable expansion in[Read More…]

by April 30, 2014 0 comments Self Defense
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Training At Home: Increase Your Effectiveness And Proficiency On The Cheap

Being proficient with your chosen defensive arm is something that requires practice, as many shooters know.   However, not everyone can afford to hit the range weekly, with costs of ammunition or even just distance being a contributing factor.  So, what do you do when you want to train up your proficiency but lack the means to do so?  Training at[Read More…]

by April 30, 2014 0 comments Tactical Training