Go to any shooting range across this great nation and you will find two types of shooters—new and experts. While that is said with a tongue-and-cheek tone, it rings true. To a degree, we are all learning, and we all have something to share. Here is your chance to show your expertise and pass along your top tips.
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Going to an established range is one of the best ways to be introduced to the shooting sports. While getting your start in shooting by going with a friend or family member who is already an experienced shooter is always recommended, shooting at an established range with a professional Range Safety Officer (RSO) or certified instructor is your safest option.
In light of recent global events, more people than ever are considering arming themselves for self-defense. From 2011 to 2013,
Whether you’re seeking a new carry gun, a ranch toy or just a companion on your quest for that buck of a lifetime,
As important as the handgun you buy, is the holster you carry it in. It really doesn’t matter what kind
Novice rifle shooters are generally familiar with the “focus knob” situated on the side, or sometimes set as a ring on the