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Don’t Want Your Gun Going Down in the Apocalypse? Here Are the Top 10 Common Mistakes to Avoid

October 26, 2016

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Your gun must be ready to address a situation at any given moment. When the time comes to use it, you have no extra seconds to repair your broken weapon. It must always be in top shape and respond to your reaction as if reading your mind. Since your life depends on the functionality of […]

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How To Field Strip Your AR-15

May 27, 2015

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If you’ve got an AR-15 in your safe, but nobody has ever shown you how to properly field strip and clean it so that it can function at its peak performance when your life is on the line… then check out this video from EJ Owens. And if you like EJ’s style of teaching, and […]

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The GREATEST 100 Shot Hand Gun Drill?

November 24, 2014

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I think this drill has just become my new favorite 100 drill that I’ll be adapting into my own training routine every time out on the gun range. Why? Because of the effort the instructor, Travis Haley, puts into always trying to pay attention to the science behind training our bodies to build better muscle […]

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What Can Be Learned From Shooting Chipmunks?

July 21, 2014

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I don’t know what it is about men and their targets, but shooting at targets is quite boring to me. Okay, so it is a slight challenge to get the sites zeroed, but it’s really not that hard. A rifle is even easier to site in (especially with optics) due to their longer sight radius. […]

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Should Women Carry Concealed?

July 11, 2014

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Let’s talk about firearms shall we? As a woman who doesn’t consider shooting “fun”, and someone who is definitely not a gun nut, I found it hard to get into them. And as someone who is 5’6” and 120 lbs soaking wet, I found them to be heavy, clunky, uncomfortable, and clearly not designed for […]

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Drawing from Non-Duty Holsters

June 11, 2014

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Editors Note: This article was originally published at PoliceMag.com, and focuses on how law enforcement officers should consider training from alternate carry positions.  I think it’s wise to pay attention to these techniques, and apply them to improve your own carry methods whether you’re law enforcement or not.  A responsible armed citizen has the power to […]

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