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7 Reasons To Carry A Concealed Weapon

  By David Link We’ve put together this list of the seven most common reasons to start carrying a concealed weapon, and those who are still considering whether or not to carry will find it a helpful source of information as they weigh the decision. Carrying a concealed weapon isn’t …

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Customizing the Ruger 10/22

  -By Mike Searson– Ruger’s little 10/22 rifle may be the “Chevy Small Block” of semiautomatic rim fire rifles. With over 7 million rifles sold, very few seem to remain in stock configuration. This is due to an incredible array of aftermarket parts and accessories that can transform the Ruger …

Essentials That Make-up a Great Range Bag for Sporting Clays

  By Nancy Jo Adams A high quality, dependable range bag that is large enough to hold all of your gear, yet small enough to be comfortable to carry at the range is the core of your shooting range essentials. It is imperative that your range bag always fulfills your …

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My Remington 700

  By Pete Rogers My affection towards my Remington 700 is well earned. It is not the gun I researched and decided to buy. It came about in a roundabout manner. I was perfectly happy with my other Remington, but one day, a little over twenty five years ago I …

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Shotgun Customization

  By Luke Brandenburg Due to an array of custom options and upgrades, the shotguns of today offer excellent performance in many different applications from tactical warfare and home defense to sport shooting and hunting. Learn more about what you can do to customize your favorite shotgun! The modern shotgun …

Power Plinking

  -By John M. Buol Jr.– The learning phases of skill development, as published by Paul Fitts and Michael Posner in Human Performance, suggests there are three stages to learning a new skill. A Cognitive phase identifies the component parts of the skill, an Associative phase, requiring training, practice, and …

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Rifle Scope Or Red Dot? Which To Choose

  By David Link It may sound like a simple question, or even a no-brainer, but the conundrum of choosing a rifle scope vs. red dot / reflex sight can be a difficult decision for some, especially if they plan to shoot only shorter distances. Personal preference is usually the …

The Kel-Tec PMR-30 – A Fire-Breathing Zombie Deterrent

  By Tony Martins As a writer with an opinion about almost everything outdoors, I field my fair share of questions. For the past couple of years one of the most frequently asked questions has been: “Do you know somebody who can get me one of those 30-shot .22 Magnum …

What To Do In The Hunting Off-season

  By Jason Herbert Finally the hunting season is over. Since the middle of September I have woke up early and got to bed late. I lived off Cliff Bars while in my truck, and spent my favorite time of year chasing the whitetail deer. Now I got a few …