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Professional Shooters Talk Pistol Grip

Perhaps the most indicative feature of pistol shooting in relation to accuracy is the shooter’s grip on the handgun. In the above video shooting professional Michael Seeklander, of Shooting Performance (as well as Personal Defense Network and Top Shot Season 1), breaks down some key fundamentals in the shooter’s grip that can provide an outstanding […]

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Houston Cop On the Job for 63 Years!

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United States v. Webster – Patrol Car Confessions

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Car Thieves Go High-Tech

Ever investigated a theft from auto or a stolen motor vehicle where there was no physical evidence of forced entry at the scene of the crime? I know my first thoughts are, "must have left the vehicle unlocked". Although there are some sophisticated thieves … [Read More...]