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Why our home defense plan turned out to be a failure

My wife and I felt secure with our home defense plan. Both of us knew our part and felt confident in executing it. Then, the home intruder alarm went off one night around 3 a.m., dragging us both up from sound sleep. My wife promptly grabbed the cordless handset and retreated...

source: By Ken Jolly
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For many Americans, one of the big goals in their lives is to reach the point when they can move out of the city and begin to enjoy country living. It may be farm/ranch property, or just a few acres in the country where they can enjoy the quiet and solitude. One thing to...

source: Shooting Illustrated

The unfortunate fact about lethal force events: they’re a roll of the dice. You never exactly know when they’ll happen or what form they’ll take. You might face a single assailant in the familiar confines of your own home or multiple in the alien surroundings...

source: Gun Digest

John Haviland writes, "Is a handgun an essential piece of a big-game hunter’s kit or a couple pounds of redundant weight dragging down a hunter’s pants? For years I carried a .41 Mag. revolver and a rifle while hunting deer and elk. When game appeared, though,...

source: American Rifleman

Eric Draper went deer hunting for the first time almost 30 years ago. “When I get a chance to shoot a beautiful trophy buck, I still get the same elevated heart rate,” said Draper, 42, of Cuero. “When it comes to...

source: Victoria Advocate

Hunters taking to the field for this weekend’s mule deer season opener in six southeast Panhandle counties are encouraged to take a closer look before pulling the trigger as new antler restriction regulations take effect. The...

source: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department

T.J. Parmele writes, "A tsunami of fond memories hit me with the full force that nostalgia can offer: the clang of steel, the mechanical click clack movement of levers and hammers falling, and the wash of sulfuric-tinged smoke. All of this filled my head while I re-watched...

source: Shooting Sports USA


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