CREATING A NATION OF RIFLEWOMEN

By Sandra Kozero, Facilitator of San Antonio, TX Chapter What sport did the founding fathers support for ALL citizens? When did the revolutionary war start? What gave the outnumbered patriots an edge over the accomplished British forces in the Lexington-Concord battles? Name a few heroic revolutionary war women and how...

TAP-RACK-BANG

By Josh Crosby When a shooter, regardless of level of instruction, experiences a simple malfunction, she or he should go through standard correction steps. These steps are simple and effective, and above all, the safest and fastest way to put the gun back in battery. Just as you know your...

Gear Review: Top holsters for concealed carry in skirts and dresses

Though carrying in a dress presents a some unique challenges, it’s not impossible with the right holster. (Photo: Jacki Billings/Guns.com) Female concealed carriers are presented with more challenges when it comes to packing pistols. Namely, we have a lot more clothing options to work around. One of the most challenging...
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Friday Fun Time: Det Cord

I like explosions. You like explosions. We treat ourselves today with explosions. Specifically detonation cord in slow motion https://youtu.be/W1YrcmtVTYA Science!

Emerson Knives Horseman: Portable and simple

© Copyright 2018 Hurricane Group, Inc. · All Rights Reserved. Emerson Knives have long been a collector’s piece and useful workhorse of many knife aficionados, military, LEO, and hard workers everywhere. The rugged durability and common sense design have long been sought after since the companies inception. I personally was a...

Triple Aught Design unleashes tactically styled Nexus Belt

The Nexus Belt uses a low-profile style that allows it to fit under duty belts and harnesses. (Photo: Triple Aught Design) Triple Aught Design added to its inventory of apparel and gear this week, launching the new Nexus Belt for tactically minded consumers. In development for three years, the Nexus aims...

The Pistol Caliber Carbine – Civilian PDW Part 3

Part 3 of our series is going to explore using the pistol caliber carbine as a civilian PDW. In recent years the pistol caliber carbine has gained extensive popularity in the shooting community. These lightweight guns use cheap ammo, often utilize common pistol magazines, and have very little recoil. Pistol...

DRY FIRE SAFETY RULES

Dry Fire Practice can be a great way to improve your skills. You don’t have to be outside in 10′ of snow, or have the expense of range fees or ammo, and you can improve your muscle memory for trigger control, follow through, and speed of mag changes. However, you...

Wednesday on the Workbench

Do you modify your firearms? How much? What is your 'necessary' modification to any firearm or subset of firearms? On handguns most people pick sights. Night sights are a near mandatory upgrade and picking a set and adding them before leaving the store is common. I've only personally avoided that upgrade on...

This is what happened when I didn’t listen to my gut instincts

By: Kacey Lester, college student – MASF Member Originally Published in MASF Quarterly Online Magazine Fall 2015 issue My name is Samantha Harris. I’m a 23 year old college student living in California with a part time job. I live with my doting boyfriend and have a wonderful family. I have...