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How to combine live and dry fire at the range

It's common for shooters to get in a habit of doing dry fire at home and only doing live fire when they go to the range. By simply doing dry fire at the range in addition to live fire, you can maximize the effectiveness of your range time and spend less money. The first...

source: By Mike Ox
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What better time to set new goals than in the first month of a new year? Setting goals helps keep you productive, and when those goals revolve around concealed carry training, you’re focusing on something that really matters for your safety and the safety of the people...

source: Guns.com

It might be surprising to learn that even in 2021, some people are still carrying small-frame revolvers like the Ruger LCR or one of the various models of Smith & Wesson J-frame. While they might not be as popular as they were in the 1980s, the small-frame revolver is certainly...

source: America's 1st Freedom

The Czech arms maker commonly known as CZ has earned an impressive reputation for their steel-frame semiauto handguns. As market trends shifted, the company also moved into polymer-frame models, and its new P-10 series has earned similar accolades. The newest P-10 version,...

source: Shooting Sports USA

Many esteemed, old-time gunwriters documented the merits of the double-action revolver in great detail. Though their names may not garner the same recognition they once did, much of the wisdom and defensive expertise they imparted remains relevant in today’s world.

source: Shooting Illustrated

You just finished your first firearm-safety class and it’s clear to you that most guns have some sort of a safety on them, but it’s not clear how they make a gun safe. You heard terms like active safety, passive safety, internal safety and external safety, but...

source: Shooting Illustrated

In terms of “cover,” there are two major types: concealing cover and protective cover. In your home, workplace or place of frequent dwelling, you should know the difference between these types of cover and incorporate them into your strategic plan accordingly.

source: NRA Family

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