The expression “all skill is in vain when an angel pees in the touch hole of your musket” reflects the…Read More >
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What happens when your gun does not go bang? Malfunctions, such as squibs, stovepipes, failures to feed or eject, misfires, hangfires, slamfires, double feeds, and short strokes, will happen. Your first fix for most malfunctions is tap-rack-bang! Learn more about how to identify them and fix them on The Shooter’s Log at CheaperThanDirt.com.
As an NRA- and state-certified instructor, I realize that personal defense is a deadly business. As a professional, I check…Read More >
Keeping a truck, or trunk, gun is part of staying safe wherever you go. Picking one is a combination of factors, such as cost, reliability, use and personal preferences. Check out the author’s guidelines for choosing his favorite truck gun and use the guidelines included in this post for choosing the perfect truck gun for your needs.