One of the first things a new Concealed Handgun License holder worries about is whether it's going to act like a snake and bite you when carrying. I advise people worried about this to carry without a round in the chamber for the first week or two. This will boost your confidence...
The Texas Concealed Handgun Association Board of Directors is proud to announce plans for the 19th annual conference, April 1-3, 2016 at the YO Ranch Resort in Kerrville. In addition to education sessions, the convention will include Range Day, President's Reception, firearm...
The Texas Concealed Handgun Association 2015 License to Carry Student Workbook and PowerPoint presentation are in publication and ready for your order. Both publications underwent extensive revision because of the changes made by the 84th Texas Legislature. They are coordinated,...
While most modern cartridges are modest miracles in terms of reliability and longevity, normal handling — in the guise of exposure to firearms cleaning and lubricating fluids—can still introduce problems. Excesses of either in the firearm, we hope, have been...
Although knowing what it takes to hit is important, possibly most beneficial is knowing why you miss. When you apply the fundamentals of marksmanship: sight alignment and sight picture, trigger management, grip and follow through, you will make your hits. But what should...
When faced with a group of men and a gun in your face, could you disarm that threat and stay to fight for the life of your daughter? When out with a loved one, do you maintain enough control to protect yourself?
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