Storing Ammo For the End of The World – Long Term Ammo Storage Tips
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Storing Ammo For the End of The World – Long Term Ammo Storage Tips

It’s never a bad idea to keep some hunting rounds on hand, stockpile hard-to-find ammunition, or just be prepared in case of an emergency. You know, things like the end of the world or a zombie apocalypse. It will be possible to store your ammunition for many years as long as you follow the correct…

How To Shoot a Pistol One-Handed? Tips, Tricks, & Drills
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How To Shoot a Pistol One-Handed? Tips, Tricks, & Drills

Many shooters, including myself, don’t really practice shooting one-handed as much as they should. All of us begin our shooting careers by holding the gun in both hands. Observing past gunfights has taught us that we have a much greater chance of success with a two-handed grip. However, the time for moving on comes once…

History Of Gun Media: How It Was And How It Is Now
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History Of Gun Media: How It Was And How It Is Now

Change is never easy. Media outlets focused on gun culture revolve around guns and the Second Amendment. You just have to re-discover all the knowledge that’s out there about guns. Most of them are scattered though. In 1885, The Rifle was founded to talk exclusively about guns. The Rifle became American Rifleman after the NRA…

7 Ways to Carry Concealed for Every Type of Handgun
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7 Ways to Carry Concealed for Every Type of Handgun

Carrying concealed firearms has become more popular than ever. To conceal carry a pistol, everyone has their own preferred method. There is no shortage of options, whether you prefer a shoulder holster, an ankle holster, or a concealed carry holster inside or outside the waistband. No single solution fits all, that is for sure. Warning…

Top 5 Common Concealed Carry Mistakes (And How to Avoid Them)
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Top 5 Common Concealed Carry Mistakes (And How to Avoid Them)

You may end up seriously hurting both yourself and those closest to you if you conceal a firearm in the wrong way. No one is perfect. We learn from our mistakes. The vast majority of concealed carry holders, experienced or not, make the same missteps. Often, we become so accustomed to and familiar with things…