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Ammunition

Steel Case Ammo: Good or Bad?

Steel case ammo is available in a wide variety of calibers these days, and has become quite popular for good reason. Steel case ammo is cheaper to shoot and generally works well in most firearms, but it does have some down sides. Read more to discover the advantages and disadvantages of shooting steel case.

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General

School Resource Officer Stops Shooting in FL — Where is the Media?

Last week, there was another school shooting in Florida, but this shooting was much different than Parkland. When the shooter touched off his first shot, the school resource officer immediately rushed to the direction of the gunshot, engaged and took the shooter into custody—eliminating further danger. Did the news media cover the shooting? Was this plastered across your TV screen? Are lawmakers changing firearm legislation as a result?

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Consumer Information

YETI Drops NRA — A Knee-Jerk Political Reaction?

If you’ve been in social media “jail,” or on a temporary break from Facebook and the national news, you may not have heard that YETI severed its ties with the National Rifle Association, at the cost of a significant amount of controversy. The issue was brought to light by a letter from NRA director and past president Marion Hammer.

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General

U.S. Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) Talks Shooting Sports

Elected representatives matter, and so do their opinions. Of course, we all want our Senators and Congressmen to vote in our favor, but all too often it seems our elected representatives bow to political pressure or flip-flop on an issue in favor of feel-good politics. Sen. Cornyn (R-TX) is not only a friend to the Second Amendment, he is an avid gun owner, hunter, and sportsman.

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General

Pro-Athlete Marksmanship Training

You name the sport and it’ll have some form of dry firing. Why? Because dry fire practice works. The beauty of dry fire practice with a rifle or handgun is that it’s free, quiet, painless, and safe. And it will make you a much, much, much better shot—because you have time to think.