July 01, 2015

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Selling everything else: Offer your customers the lifestyle, not just the firearm
Quick Fire Cases
As a rifle and ammunitions retailer, you have the potential to rake in tens of thousands in revenue. However, many owners often forget about the vast opportunities afforded through accessories. Depending on your area, you may be able to bring in significantly more revenue through accessories sales, especially in areas where firearm laws remain stringent. When you enter the firearm retail industry, you need to diversify your products to attract as many customers, even those who do not purchase a firearm, as possible. Consider how accessories could improve your profit margins in the following ways.

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Video: The basics of the infamous AK-47
Gun Digest
When it comes to modern rifles, there are few that have gained the fame and infamy of the AK-47. During the latter half of the 20th Century, perhaps no other firearm has been used in more conflicts worldwide than the Soviet-designed rifle. With a history as a long and intriguing as that, it should come as no surprise Mikhail Kalashnikov's invention has an interesting tail to tell.
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What draws women to guns?
America's 1st Freedom
There is no ignoring or denying it. Every major poll and survey acknowledges what we in the gun community have known for years: Women's involvement in shooting is growing at an unprecedented rate and has been for nearly a decade. In fact, according to the National Shooting Sports Foundation, female engagement in target shooting grew 60 percent to 5.4 million participants between 2001 and 2013.
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HK VP9 handgun — almost perfect
Guns.com
Heckler & Koch VP9 is a relatively new entrant to the striker-fired handgun arena from the company that originated, and then stepped away from, double-action only pistols for decades. Maybe HK was waiting to have enough innovative features that could do more than replicate familiar ones in today's market. If so, this is an impressive effort. There's a lot to like about the VP9, and a couple things that leave a person puzzled, including one shortcoming that may prevent people from choosing it for competition purposes.
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Merwin Hulbert, the finest revolvers you have never heard of
AmmoLand
What do Frank Hamer, Jesse James, Pat Garret, Pearl Heart and Bob Dalton have in common? They all carried revolvers made by the same company and the models in question were not built by Smith & Wesson, Colt or even Remington. From the diminutive 32 S&W to the thundering 44 WCF, the model they carried and treasured was considered the most advanced revolver of its time with many features more impressive due to the brief window in history in which they were made.
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10 things you didn't know about Beretta
American Hunter
Few companies possess brand name recognition on par with that of Beretta. When you've officially been at your craft since 1526 — 488 years, for those of you scoring at home — people tend to know who you are. And, when you're the oldest active firearms manufacturer in the world, you tend to have a rich, engrossing history.
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QF540S: 5 Pistol Storage Case
  • Lifetime Guarantee
  • Protective foam insert to house up to five (5) pistols of your choice
  • Automatic pressure purge system (airtight, watertight, dustproof seal)
  • Molded-in padlock holes (Fits standard size Masterlocks®)
  • Available with optional keyed chrome metal locks built into latches
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