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Choosing a Holster for your Handgun

Posted by Alice Jones Webb on May 19th 2020

Choosing a Holster for your Handgun
Most gun owners put hours of in-depth research into choosing their handgun. While most shooters understand their firearm is a valuable tool worthy of careful consideration, they often choose a holster to carry it as a flippant afterthought.As the interface between your weapon and your body, your holster is a critical piece of gear. You could have the most expensive and effective weapon on the face of the planet, but if your holster fails, e...
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​Safety and Training Tips for First Time Shotgun Owners

Posted by Alice Jones Webb on May 6th 2020

​Safety and Training Tips for First Time Shotgun Owners
In early 2020, as Covid-19 threatened the United States, governors ordered citizens to shelter in place, and toilet paper flew off of grocery store shelves, many Americans chose to exercise their Second Amendment right to own a firearm. Approximately 2 million guns were purchased in the month of March alone. Many of those weapons were shotguns purchased by first-time gun buyers with the intended purpose of home defense.With so many new gun o...
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​Guide to the Gun Range - Gear and Etiquette

Posted by Alice Jones Webb on Apr 28th 2020

​Guide to the Gun Range - Gear and Etiquette
Guide to the Gun Range - Gear and EtiquetteForget those overpriced theme parks, the gun range is the actual happiest place on earth - at least for us gun nerds. A great place to socialize, swap tips, gawk at gear, and get some practice time, the gun range is as exciting for seasoned shooters as it is for the newbies. We realize not everyone exited the womb with a .22 long rifle clutched in their balled baby fists. For those who didn’t grow...
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5 Practical Tips for Upgrading Your Shotgun

Posted by Alice Jones Webb on Apr 17th 2020

5 Practical Tips for Upgrading Your Shotgun
Five Practical Upgrades for your ShotgunThe shotgun may be the most versatile weapon ever designed. Hunters use shotguns to shoot everything from tiny upland birds to monster whitetail bucks. LEOs rely on shotguns for tactical applications. Shotguns are also popular weapons for home defense. The shotgun is such a flexible weapon that many shooting experts insist that if they had to pick just one gun, they would choose a shotgun. The basi...
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Common AR-15 Malfunctions and How to Address Them

Posted by Alice Jones Webb on Mar 7th 2020

Common AR-15 Malfunctions and How to Address Them
If you spend even a nominal amount of time shooting an AR-15 (or any other firearm), you will eventually experience a failure or malfunction. However, a malfunction doesn’t necessarily indicate a problem with your weapon. More often, the failure is caused by faulty ammunition, insufficient lubrication, or dirt and debris.While malfunctions themselves are rarely dangerous, experiencing one in the middle of a life or death confrontation can h...
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An Overview of Marlin Lever Action Rifles

Posted by Alice Jones Webb on Feb 25th 2020

An Overview of Marlin Lever Action Rifles
An Overview of Marlin Lever Action RiflesThe lever action isn't just a rifle, it's also an important part of American culture. A famous symbol of the Old West, the lever action rifle is also an icon of the deer woods. Although the popularity of the once-celebrated “cowboy gun” is beginning to fade, the lever-action rifle is far from outdated.The Marlin brand is practically interchangeable with the term “lever action rifle.” Marlin has a ric...
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Everything You Need to Know About the Ruger 10/22

Posted by Alice Jones Webb on Jan 31st 2020

Everything You Need to Know About the Ruger 10/22
First introduced in 1964, the Ruger 10/22 may be the best-selling rimfire rifle ever produced in the United States. Inexpensive and lightweight, the semi-automatic 10/22 is certainly one of the most prolific firearms in America. These low recoil rifles are incredibly versatile and can be used by beginners and experienced marksmen alike.Whether you need a rimfire rifle for hunting small game, serious competition shooting, or to simply knock bottle...
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Choosing a Sling for Your AR-15

Posted by Alice Jones Webb on Jan 31st 2020

Choosing a Sling for Your AR-15
It is easy to get caught up in outfitting your AR-15 with glamorous accessories like high-tech optics and cool tactical handguards, stocks, and grips. While these are great ways to upgrade your rifle, many shooters overlook the importance of a good rifle sling.The average AR-15 weighs approximately seven pounds unloaded. When you add in the weight of all your cool accessories and a fully loaded magazine, toting your weapon across several miles of...
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