New firearm owners may be unfamiliar with what is required for a visit to the shooting range. Today, I’m talking about the optional and essential needs for the shooting range!
Requirements for your concealed carry shooting test are as clear as mud. If you’re trying to prepare for your concealed carry shooting test, here’s what you need to know.
What do guns and vehicles have in common? The answer is that there is an endless variety of both. So when it comes to guns, how do you choose the best gun for you?
It’s important to always be aware of your surroundings, including others who might be carrying a concealed weapon. Here are 10 signs to identify armed individuals and help you spot concealed firearms.
With so many handguns on the market, how do you choose the right handgun for your needs? If only someone developed a quiz to find out what handgun is right for you. Well, I’ve developed a series of questions to help narrow down your choices for which handgun best suits you.
Recoil is one of those things that can often be overlooked but actually plays a big role in selecting the right firearm. There are a lot of reasons why someone might need to worry about recoil.
Surviving a horde of flesh eating zombies is going to be difficult. But, with the right handgun your odds of survival increase. And you’ll need every edge your can get!
Every shooter, at some point in their life, considers pressing their own ammunition. Usually the first question that comes up is; “Is it worth it to reload your own ammo?” Lets take a look at the costs of a reloading setup.
An individuals’ grip on a pistol will differ for a number of reasons. Anatomical makeup, injuries, grip strength, and forearm strength all contribute to variances in how a person grips their handgun.
Terms are often used interchangeably in the concealed carry and shooting community. However, there are occasions where a term is used in place of another incorrectly. One such instance is when someone asks the difference between pistols and revolvers.