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What to pack for an Elk Hunt (When space is limited)

Posted by Beretta Blog on Apr 3, 2017 4:13:59 PM

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Cool nights and crisp mornings bring pangs and yearnings for elk season. If you’ve ever dreamed of an elk hunt, you may envision fall colors, big mountains and screaming bulls. Hunting bull elk during the rut is a hunt of a lifetime.

The truth of the matter is there are numerous ways, locations and scenarios for elk hunts. I think of the vision I shared above, while an acquaintance shared a vision of riding short horses across Mongolia with guides who didn’t speak English and expected you to jump from your running horse to ambush the glorious bull.

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Topics: Hunting

How To Improve Your Semi-Automatic Handgun Reliability

Posted by Beretta Blog on Mar 22, 2017 4:27:23 PM

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The “which is the best concealed carry gun?” question often leads to a “revolver versus semi-auto” discussion. Those who are revolver only fans traditionally use the “semi-automatics tend to jam” reasoning for their affection. As someone who owns and enjoys both of these types of handguns, I have to add a bit of defense to the argument that semi-autos jam.

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Topics: New Shooters, Handguns, Concealed Carry

3 Concealed Carry Tips For People With A Disabilities

Posted by Beretta Blog on Jan 2, 2013 4:44:00 AM

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I was diagnosed and treated for a rare muscle tumor when I was 17. The cancer was so rare that I was only the 7th person diagnosed with it and the first person to ever survive it. I was sent to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, TN which is an awesome hospital and I strongly recommend that you help support they hospital with donations or fundraisers.
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Topics: Concealed Carry, Firearms Safety

3 Problems With Concealed Carry While On Crutches

Posted by Beretta Blog on Jul 5, 2012 6:14:00 AM

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In the past, I have written about the disadvantages of physical disabilities when it comes to carrying a concealed weapon. I also talked about how I have been on crutches for a couple of years. I did not receive my conceal carry permit until recently, but the issues that go with the crutches while carrying have been in the back of my head for a long time.
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Topics: Concealed Carry, Firearms Safety