When we have major responsibilities–family, house, vehicle, education, etc.—we sometimes push aside our wants and keep our needs first on…Read More >
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It doesn’t matter whether you’re shooting indoors or out, whether you’re firing one shot while out hunting or a fusillade while you and your buddies plinking away at the range: you need to protect your hearing. The noise from a single gunshot can cause immediate hearing damage, so take reasonable precautions and protect your hearing. Read the Shooter’s Log guide to buying the best hearing protection.
The expression “all skill is in vain when an angel pees in the touch hole of your musket” reflects the…Read More >
You won’t find “Magnumitis” in the dictionary. The term was coined as a derisive nickname for the tendency of shooters…Read More >
Different people have different ideas when they approach choosing and using flashlights for self-defense. Some people are looking for a…Read More >
For many years, I have kept an AK-type rifle in the safe or attic in order to be able to…Read More >
Hopefully, you had a chance to read the first part of this blog series, where I covered some personal defense…Read More >
Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. My friends—Darrel, Elgin, Jeff and Jon, to be specific—and I have different opinions…Read More >
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.