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10 Tips For Taking Your Wife To The Range

Posted by Tiffany "Duchess" Matala on Aug 22, 2014 9:11:00 AM

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So you want to take your wife to the range. You love her and you love guns, and you want her to love guns so you can have your cake and eat it too. The problem is, you expected her to say no to the range outing, like she always does, but this time, she said yes. Now what?

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Topics: gun training, Concealed Carry

No Substitute for Focus in Gun Training

Posted by Dick Jones on Aug 21, 2014 9:10:29 AM

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I have a close friend who’s a pretty good clay shooter, but his shooting suffers because of his willingness to pitch in to the gun club. He’s a co-chairman for the shotgun program, so most of his Sunday visits to the club’s five stand involve more administration than pulling the trigger. A couple of Sundays past, he signed up to shoot two rounds of five stand after the busiest part of the afternoon. He shot a perfect 25 on the first round, not the first 25 he’s shot, but a good score for anyone. On the second round, he went to the last station without a single miss.

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Topics: Competitive Shooting

6 Ways to Survive a High Mountain Elk Hunt

Posted by Mia Anstine on Aug 18, 2014 1:07:00 PM

Tips-on-elk-hunting-2There is nothing like chasing bugling bull elk up in the mountains. If you have ever been on a high mountain elk hunt, you know the type of shape you need to be in. If you haven’t been lucky enough to do such a hunt need to know what to be prepared for when you get there.

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Topics: Hunting

Three Steps To Fixing A Broken Hunting Retriever

Posted by Derrek Sigler on Aug 7, 2014 8:48:00 AM

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It was a nightmare scenario for a hunting dog owner. The local festival fireworks display sent cannon-like reports thundering through the small town, loud enough to shake houses and knock picture off walls. It was also loud enough to scare dogs, including a tolling retriever named Kenai  near and dear to my family’s heart.

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Topics: Hunting

How To Improve Your Handgun Accuracy In One Easy Step

Posted by Tom McHale on Aug 6, 2014 11:00:00 AM

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Here's a shooting tip: if you do this one practice routine, you can learn to shoot without missing. Before we get into the secret of how to always hit your target, we need to talk physics.

I know, this is a gun blog, and you never use that high school science stuff anyway. Just hear me out for a minute…

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Topics: Concealed Carry

Taking Your Handgun Proficiency to the Next Level

Posted by Jaci Janes on Aug 5, 2014 8:48:25 AM

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You’ve been carrying on with your handgun training at the range regularly, and you finally have a good grasp of the fundamentals of shooting. Your grip is solid, you have the basics of sight alignment down and your point of aim is almost always your point of impact.

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Topics: Concealed Carry

10 Ways To Convince Your Wife You Need Another Gun

Posted by Tom McHale on Aug 4, 2014 9:39:00 AM

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Unlike Mia, I had no problem whatsoever addressing this scenario. After all, I’m a world-class expert at rationalizing my gun purchases. Don’t believe me? Then explain how I have so many guns, yet am still happily married. At least until my better half reads this article.

For a limited time only, I’m going to share some of my top secret methods. Just be warned, these ideas are powerful. They’re 100% successful almost 47% of the time.

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Topics: Concealed Carry

A Look At The Beretta 1301 Tactical Shotgun

Posted by Tom McHale on Aug 1, 2014 4:38:42 PM

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I recently got my hot little hands on a Beretta 1301 Tactical shotgun. After checking out the floor model at the 2014 NRA Annual Meeting, I decided I had to have one. Why? Because it handles like a shotgun carbine. If you’ve shot short, light weight and compact rifles, then you know exactly what I mean. Now envision those attributes in a shotgun and you’ve got the Beretta 1301 Tactical.

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Topics: tactical

Stun Guns and Electronic Control Devices for Self Defense

Posted by Sara Ahrens on Jul 31, 2014 1:02:38 PM

DSC_0181Some people choose to carry less than lethal tools for self-defense. Two less than lethal tools, which are legally available to citizens in certain states, include electronic control devices and stun guns. Some products combine the two devices in one. People use a variety of terms interchangeably to describe these devices but they are quite different. To make an informed decision on whether or not to carry one of these devices, you must first understand what they are and what they do - and more importantly - don't do. 

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Topics: Self-defense, Concealed Carry

Four Things You May Not Know About Duck Hunting Ammo

Posted by Derrek Sigler on Jul 28, 2014 11:11:00 AM

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If you’re like me, and you love hunting ducks and geese, then you too spend a lot of time with a shotgun in your hands. You probably sweat the details over your gear too. When you think about your ammo, however, there’s a few things you might not know that can make a huge difference in your success.

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Topics: Duck Hunting

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