Category: How to Guides

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CCW In The Winter – A Woman’s Perspective

  By Linda M. Gilbertson www.ladiesdayllc.com With the temperature dropping, the wind blowing and the snow falling, I don extra clothing to be comfortable when I leave my home.  If I carry a concealed firearm on-body, getting to it when I need to draw it from my holster may be …

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From Our CS Team – How To Buy A Handgun

  By Vic Laboy With interest in the firearms industry at an all-time high, gun shops and ranges have experienced an influx of buyers from all around. Ranging from first-time buyers, to those with a greater skillset, it has become easier to make a selection with a wide array of …

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How Do We Shoot? (Really, How Do We Hit) – Part 2

  Continued from: How Do We Shoot (Really, How Do We Hit) – Part 1. By Seth Nadel The Critical Importance of Grip When I started shooting back in the dark ages, everyone “knew” that semi-automatic guns, both rifles and pistols, were not accurate unless refined by an (expensive) Master …

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How Do We Shoot? (Really, How Do We Hit)

  By Seth R. Nadel We all need to think about the actual process of shooting – how does a human manage to hold a mechanical device, a rifle, pistol, or shotgun, and arrange to deliver a projectile or projectiles at a distance with some degree of accuracy? I’ll primarily …

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Five Mistakes Deer Hunters Make

By Pete Rogers During the thirty five plus years I have been pursuing whitetail deer, there has been an evolution of the tactics used to hunt them. Hunting mature whitetail deer is a tough challenge. Mistakes are made and for some these mistakes become habit. Then they wonder why some …

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Top Five Deer Rifles

  By Pete Rogers The Whitetail deer is the most sought after big game animal in North America. Far surpassing any other big game animal. The method of pursuit is widely varied depending on which part of the country you are from, and the laws of your individual state. For …

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A Ring Of Holsters – Part 2

  By Seth Nadel Continued from A Ring Of Holsters – Part 1. Moving Clockwise Next, let us look at the sector from 12:00 to about 2:00 – the “appendix carry” spot, just to the right of the belt buckle. Now I carry a gun here on occasion, in an …

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Top Five Elk Rifles

  By Pete Rogers Whenever a sporting writer attempts to make a list of firearms, it opens themselves up to all sorts of ridicule and insults. Occasionally the blind hog finds an acorn and a few readers agree with a portion of what you wrote. Hopefully the latter will be …

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A Ring Of Holsters – Part 1

  By Seth R. Nadel One of the more frequent questions I get about concealed carry is “where is the best place to carry my handgun?”  Since we all come in different shapes, the answer is somewhat unique to each person. Line up a dozen folks, all 6’ and 200 …