Best Of — Better Shooting

Stylish Or Stable?

By Dave Anderson Technique matters in developing shooting skills. Good coaching in basic techniques can save a novice from having

Kids And Guns:

A Few Reminders By Dave Anderson Growing up on the farm in the 1950’s and 1960’s, firearms were considered everyday

Home Gunsmithing Tips

Dave Anderson It will happen eventually. You selected your handgun after a lot of research and study. You compared various

The Double Tap

An Often Misunderstood Technique By Dave Anderson Esteemed and wise Editor Roy sent me an email received from a Handgunner

Am I Going To Blow Up?

By Dave Anderson Handgunner reader Jack Walsh asked, “How reliable an over-pressure indicator is the condition of the primer after

Defensive Realities

By Dave Anderson This may be heresy, but the fact is handguns aren’t very good weapons. They don’t have enough

Recoil And Discomfort

By Dave Anderson Editor Roy forwarded me an interesting email from Handgunner reader Laurence Rose: “I’m 70 years old and

A Safety? Or Not?

By Dave Anderson So the crise du jour seems to involve striker-fired pistols without a manual safety. There’s a lot

Rust & Dust

By Dave Anderson The two worst environmental conditions your firearms may encounter are exposure to: (1) salt water/salt air, and