The Combat Application Tourniquet (CAT) from North American Rescue is easily the most ubiquitous tourniquet in the North American landscape. Heres some tips.
Dogs get hurt, too. What you need to patch them up isn’t all-too-different from what you’d use on yourself, but the differences are important.
Overdosing is a problem that’s becoming as universal to many cities as heart attacks and car accidents. If one happens near you, what do you do?
In it’s time, crossdraw made a lot of sense, but the days of controlling a horse with one hand while shooting a single action revolver with the other are over.
Cold weather means changing your layers a bit. The ISG team tested different carry methods to determine which were best… read on to see our results.
The shotgun is the bastard child of the gun world, and for good reason, but you should still know these techniques for running one better than the enemy.
It’s said ‘handguns are to fight your way to a rifle’. That’s nonsense. The handgun is often ideal, but you’ll need to put in work to be an asset.
The AK’s popularity has rocketed with American shooters in the last decade, but have the techniques kept pace? We say “not even a little”. Learn to run the AK.
Grandpappy’s revolver might not be the ideal weapon for concealed carry anymore, but you should still know how to pick up and run one efficiently. Learn more.
One of the main strengths of the handgun is the ability to use it one handed. Here’s the case that you should be spending WAY more time building this skill.