Tag Archives: .44 Mag

Movement and Cover in Defensive Firearm Training

Training facility shoothouse scenarios don’t exist to teach you how to clear a house on your own. Rather, they teach the importance of movement, particularly movement to solid cover. The defensive shooter is well advised to keep in mind that … Continue reading

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Snubnose Revolvers: Still Meeting Defensive Needs

The defensive shooter is really blessed to have so many good handguns from which to choose his or her personal-defense gun. With due diligence and study, a person can nearly always find just the handgun that suits their personal needs. … Continue reading

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The Return of the Pistol-Caliber Carbine

Pistol-caliber carbines are popular now, once more illustrating that what’s old is new again. I have always had an affinity for pistol-caliber carbines, specifically the lever actions. Back in the 1970s, I bought a Marlin Model 1894 in .44 Mag. and set … Continue reading

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Defensive Decisions: Making & Modifying Personal-Protection Plans

In the past, I’ve talked about the need for your defensive gun handling to be almost second nature because your attention should be focused on the threat and your plan to deal with it. Modifying a plan to quickly deal … Continue reading

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