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Safety and Training

Active Shooters

Being prepared to defend yourself, your family and others in a life-or-death situation is discussed in this post about what you MUST do to live.

Man in light blue shirt and white ball cap teaches two young ladies how to handle a gun, with a wooded area in the background

Concealed Carry

Safety, Shooting and Gun Ownership

Safety is THE number 1 focus when using any firearm. There are way too many preventable accidents and deaths from people who don’t go to the range to practice or mishandle their weapons at home. Make sure you, and your loved ones, are trained and understand the safety rules in this post.

Shooters on the Line at the Local Gun Club

NRA

Join the Club

Joining your local shooting range or gun club of your choosing shows your support for the Second Amendment as well as for the shooting sports. Read this post to learn more about the benefits of getting involved at the gun range, shooting club or participating in one of the many shooting activities available today.

Military Intelligence Officer Practices Frequently

Safety and Training

The Basics: Sight Alignment, Sight Picture, Trigger Control and Hitting

Training and practice are the essential tasks for shooting accurately and well. The pistol you choose, although important, is not nearly as vital as understanding the basic principles involved in shooting, shooting accurately and knowing what to do when confronted with an adversary. Read this post to learn exactly what is the essentials of safe shooting.

Picture shows a blue training pistol with laser and laser reactive target.

Gear, Parts and Accessories

Save Money and Shoot Better with the LaserLyte Training Tyme Kit and Plinking Cans

Experts and professionals agree—shooters should regularly train to keep proficient. Cost and availability of ammunition can be prohibitive to lay people and many may not make it to the range as often as they would like. You can still train at home with dry fire, which helps with drawing for a holster, speed and muscle memory, but never tells much for your accuracy. If you aren’t accurate, then what’s your piece worth? A few pounds of metal? LaserLyte has a solution.