Armed Citizens Network - This site smells a bit scammy (or maybe just too commercial), but the people involved in operating this service are well known and respected in the gun community, so it is probably a bona fide albeit a somewhat uneasy mix of ‘for profit’ and altruism. It is a good idea, although one wonders if their fund might be a bit inadequate for even one major lawsuit defense.
Defensive Carry - A primary focus on carrying pistols for self defense, but other forums too on general firearms topics
Front Sight Student Prep Manual – An introduction to parts of weapons, and the Front Sight training ethos.
Genitron.com - An extensive (but not 100% complete or uptodate) listing of information about handguns. Uses some interesting calculations to estimate ‘lethality’ and perceived recoil that should be taken with a dose of salt, and a somewhat simplistic approach to measuring concealability too. Nonetheless, still a very useful reference site when researching guns
GunCite.com – A very good and wide-ranging collection and analysis of gun control issues in general. Lots of cross-references and plenty to give you the background and understanding you need.
Gun Facts - This excellent site offers a free PDF book crammed full of the lies put forward by gun haters and with factual rebuttals to their lies. You need to read this so as to be able to offer full and fair facts if/when you get into discussions (arguments!) with your gun-hating friends.
Gun Rights Media - Lots of discussions, plus a library section with a huge amount of resource and research materials
Handgun Practice Drills – Ah yes : Practice, practice, practice, right? Here are about 80 different practice drills for you to choose from to make your practice more interesting and to give you a broader range of exercises.
HandgunLaw.us - There are a number of different sites that offer details about things such as concealed carry reciprocity between the various different states. This site seems to be the one that is most regularly updated, and with the most comprehensive information on it. As always, be very careful accepting non-attorney’s interpretations of the law, and double check what you read with the actual underlying statutes, and in any grey areas, it is probably best to be cautious.
Snubtraining.com – An excellent site full of common sense commentary and great information, particularly for snub-nosed revolver enthusiasts but also for everyone in general.
Steve’s Pages – this site has an extraordinary archive of scanned pdfs of owner’s manuals, plus additional bonus materials such as Army Field Manuals and various other firearms related books.
Targets - dimensions and sources for the NRA D-1 target