Author: Defender Outdoors

Fort Worth-based Defender Outdoors Drops Yeti Product Line

The Defender Outdoors family of companies, including Defender Outdoors Shooting Center, Defender Outdoors Clay Sports Ranch, Defender Outdoors Argyle, and DefenderOutdoors.com, has officially decided to no longer offer YETI® products. This action is in response to multiple reports by the National Rifle Association that YETI® has decided to no longer continue doing business with the […]

1,000 Round Glock Torture Test

We all know that Glocks are tough. Yeah, you may prefer a different gun and maybe you have reasons to dislike Gaston’s creation. But, when it comes down to it, you have to admit that Glocks are pretty tough and very reliable. So, what if you put 1000 rounds through a brand new gun? Do […]

Limited Resources: Deliberate Practice on Low Round Counts

Training and skills maintenance is a subject that we shortchange ourselves on when it comes to where our time, our effort, and our resources are spent. It’s understandable in many respects since basic skills maintenance isn’t anything new. It’s not a new rifle in the case or safe. It isn’t a new sidearm riding in […]

NSSF Declares August National Shooting Sports Month

NEWTOWN, Conn. — There are countless celebration days and months in America, and now the shooting sports have one of their own. The National Shooting Sports Foundation has declared August to be National Shooting Sports Month, a time to celebrate one of America’s great pastimes — target shooting — and to encourage newcomers and experienced […]

Defender After Dark: Lantac Raven Review

Will James, President of Defender Outdoors, sat down with Brett from Lantac USA to learn about the Lantac LAR-15 Raven carbine. This fantastic new rifle has gotten many of us at the Defender Outdoors Shooting Center excited, as anyone who follows us on Facebook or Instagram has probably seen. The Lantac Raven has many of […]