tcha Weekly Update MultiBriefs
Subscribe
Contact Us
Media Kit

Browse Categories

Browse by Date

Maximizing your performance under stress

If you have a desire to be more prepared or to shoot better, there's a good chance you would love to know how to perform better in extreme stress. It could be reacting to a family member having a life-threatening emergency, responding to a natural or man-made disaster,...

source: By Mike Ox
Search past issues
Search products and services

Among the most misunderstood tactics in personal defense is the double tap. More than half of those practicing defense shooting execute the double tap incorrectly. Worse yet, it is most often taught incorrectly.

source: The Shooter's Log

Texas firefighters and EMTs may soon be permitted to carry firearms while on duty. State legislators recently introduced a bill that would allow firefighters and EMTs to carry firearms while responding to calls, reported the WacoTrib.com. However, some responders are opposed...

source: EMS1.com

For the last couple of years, one of the most popular concealed carry methods has been the appendix carry, where one sticks the handgun down the front of the pants, with or without a holster, thus indexing the muzzle somewhere between the groin and the juncture of the hip....

source: Idaho State Journal

Prior to purchasing a firearm, do your own research and educate yourself. Keep an open mind; alleviate your apprehension by engaging firearms owners, instructors, and your local law enforcement communities. This will help you weed out fact from undocumented fiction and guide...

source: Bearing Arms

In every article you've ever read comparing revolvers to autos, a much-touted advantage of the former was its reputation for reliability. In the fine print — hopefully — someone mentioned revolvers can and do fail, and when it happens the malfunction is often...

source: Guns Magazine

Are you stuck in the house, unable to shoot, and ammo costs too much anyway? What if I told you there's a way to build your defensive handgun skills at home that requires no ammunition, no firing range and costs nothing but your time? It's called dry practice.

source: Shooting Illustrated

RECOMMENDED:

Powered by MultiBriefs
7701 Las Colinas Ridge, Ste. 800, Irving, TX 75063

Subscribe to TCHA Weekly Shot

*Email:
*First Name:
*Last Name:
*Company:
Title:
Street Address:
City:
State / Province:
Zip / Postal Code:
Country:
Are you a member of TCHA? Yes   No
Privacy Policy
X