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Archive for January 2018

Gun Cleaning Tips

1. Understand how to safely take apart your gun. Today’s pistols are rather easy to disassemble, but if you’ve got any questions make sure and read the manual. The last thing you want to do is bend a part because you’re forcing something when the gun should come apart easily. Keep the manual in the case…

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Gun Safety Rules

  You never fool around or play with guns. Guns are dangerous when they are not handled or used properly and can easily injure or kill you, and those around you. There are no second chances with a gun and the rules for safe gun handling must always be followed to avoid accidents. The 12…

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How to Start a Shooting Range Business

If you are a gun enthusiast who enjoys teaching others, a shooting range might be the right business for you. While you must obtain a number of licenses and permits, if you are knowledgeable about gun-safety issues, it shouldn’t be difficult. You may choose to take your range in a dozen directions, so pay close…

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Basic Steps for Building a Personal Outdoor Shooting Range

Start with the space Where does one start when it comes to building their own shooting range? You start with the space or land, you want to ensure that where you want to put the range is an adequate place to put a shooting range. As always you want to think of safety and make…

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How to Pick A Good Appendix Carry Gun

Not every carry pistol is necessarily well-suited to appendix carry, however. There are certain types of pistol that you might wish to reconsider, features that may make it a little more unpleasant and so on. What do you want to look for? Mostly pistols that would be comfortable to carry in any case, it’s just…

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How To Determine Eye Dominance

At the beginning of every lesson, the first thing I do is check eye dominance. Knowing eye dominance is important to becoming an accurate shot in many shooting disciplines. What is eye dominance? Just like being left or right handed, people are either left-eye or right-eye dominant. With both eyes open, we don’t realize that…

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How to zero a rifle scope

At what range do you zero your hunting rifle? Do you know? I hear people recommend two inches high at 100 yards. But is that correct? An archer knows where his arrow will hit at every pin on the sight. The rifleman should know his or her rifle’s trajectory equally well. But, at close range,…

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The Benefits of a Suppressor

I work at a gun shop. New and exciting products are always coming through the door, but one thing never changes: The people who walk through the doors are always intrigued by suppressors. People always have questions about suppressors. Here are the answers to a few of them. HOW DO THEY WORK? Most people believe suppressors…

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4 Ways CPL Holders Can Be More Aware

You can’t defend yourself if you don’t know you’re about to be attacked. You can’t avoid a confrontation if you don’t see it coming, either. I’m not encouraging anyone to go around looking for trouble, but I am encouraging awareness. It’s one concealed-carry mistake people often forget. Bad things happen to those who aren’t aware of their…

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Confidence in Your Gun Is Everything

Why Confidence? Let me explain. It doesn’t matter if it’s a shotgun for upland game, a handgun for self-defense or a rifle for big game, confidence in your gun is everything. If you’re confident that the gun will work every time you pull the trigger, will function in adverse conditions and hit with accuracy that…

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