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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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At the Sheraton, Georgetown, Texas on Friday, March 1, there will be a TSRA PAC Reception from 6-8 p.m. Saturday, March 2, U.S. Sens. Cornyn and Cruz will attend and hold a panel discussion. There will be a Luncheon and Awards Banquet...

source: TSRA

Writes Maj. John L. Plaster, U.S. Army, (Ret.): "During the Vietnam War, our unit, MACV-SOG, was the only unit armed entirely with CAR-15s. The innocuously named Studies and Observations Group (SOG) was the war’s covert-actions organization, with its Green Berets running...

source: American Rifleman

The slide- or pump-action rifle or shotgun is a uniquely American operating system. While it has only a handful of devotees in the rifle category, a high percentage of shotgunners prefer this system. For this reason, there are presently only a few manufacturers of slide-action...

source: NRA Family

The AR is a versatile platform. Its modular design allows the user to configure the AR to do almost anything, from self-defense and patrol work to long-range precision shooting to run-and-gun competitions. In recent years, the AR has been gaining popularity with hunters.

source: Gun Digest

Next to the semi-automatic, the lever-action is the fastest cycling repeating rifle. This is partly due to its lever-operated mechanism, but also because the last movement when operating the action solids the buttstock into the shoulder. Ironically, for a rifle that’s...

source: Gun Digest

Something happens when a shooter fires hundreds, or thousands, of rounds through a firearm. The gun becomes an extension of the shooters hands — pointing, handling, and moving as naturally as the appendages themselves. It’s one reason the old-time hunters were...

source: Outdoor Life


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