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Archive for February 2018

STS introduces Optispike S50 – Tactical Searchlight

STS introduces Optispike S50 – Tactical Searchlight, Optispike is the hand-held or vehicle mounting light equipment for light auto-weapon heavy machine gun, grenade machine guns, anti-equipment rifles, military aircraft or helicopters. See the product here

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STS introduces Light Storm S90 – Tactical Searchlight

    STS introduces Light Storm S90 – Tactical Searchlight, A 45W torchlight that puts out an ultra-bright beam with a record-setting throw of 9,000 meters. Combining state-of-the-art optical engineering and a customized solid-state light source. See the product here

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STS Introducing Range Timer Software

STS launches a new Range Timer plugs into your phone’s 3.5mm audio jack and interfaces with our free Range Tech App. It provides the world’s most affordable, reliable, and feature rich shot timer. Features: Just as reliable as a dedicated shot timer More features than any other shot timer A fraction of the price of other…

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STS Introducing Dry-fire Simulator Kit

STS introduces a new Dry-fire Simulator Kit which runs on your computer, and uses a webcam to watch targets for laser impacts from a laser training aid. Simulator Kit detects impacts, it instantly reports the hit with an audible tone, the exact location, and, using the fully integrated shot timer, tells you exactly when you hit.…

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STS Introducing SCATT MX-02 Dry-Fire and Live-Fire System

STS launches SCATT MX-02, an electronic shooting trainer intended for shooting practice with real paper targets. The unique feature of this system is the ability to train either in the dry fire mode or in live fire, using real ammunition. The trainer is also designed to be used both indoors and at open shooting ranges.…

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Trigger Types

In a similar manner to revolvers, modern semi-automatic pistols can be divided into three categories by the manner in which their triggers operate. 1. Single-action (SA) This system offers the same short, crisp trigger pull for each shot. In order to fire the first shot quickly, single-action pistols must be carried with a round in…

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Understanding the Handgun Manual of Arms

I have written before about action types and trigger types, but now we need to discuss the Manual of Arms.  This refers to the actual operation of a gun, sometimes called “running the gun”.  While this relates mostly to someone who carries a gun on their person, it also applies to someone who stores a gun…

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Instruction, Fundamentals, Equipment, Practice

Let’s assume you learned (or are learning) to shoot a pistol for purposes of self defense (that is the usual reason).  The problem for most people is that they are unlikely to ever have to prove themselves; statistically, the odds are against them (you) being a victim of a violent crime.  Therefore, they only try…

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Basic Shooting Skills

Basics.  They can be boring to teach and tedious to practice.  But, the basics have to be mastered and practiced to enhance your odds in a tough situation.  If you think of your training as a pyramid, the basics are the foundation for the skill set.  Without strong basics, the structure will collapse under pressure.…

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Air Gun Safety Tips

We are going to discuss some of the precautions you will want to take when using and cleaning your air rifle. Keep in mind, these safety tips are good for all types of guns, but this article is geared toward PCP air rifles. ALWAYS ASSUME THE GUN IS LOADED Guns are not toys. They can…

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