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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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Due to the laws of physics, and the laws of the land, modern handgun designs are all an exercise in compromise. Some are specialized to the point of only being useful for one purpose. Others are more flexible but, much like an amateur triathlete, they tend to be strong in...

source: American Rifleman

Early scopes lacked much in optical quality and durability, however, and until the 1950s were regarded with suspicion. Now we use glass sights almost to the exclusion of iron, and progress in the optics industry moves at a gallop rather than the stately trot of previous...

source: Field & Stream

In 6.5 Creedmoor- Effects of Barrel Length on Velocity 2019, test results indicated that (in our test barrel) for most loads an inch of barrel loss would reduce muzzle velocity an average of 14.8 ft/second. If barrel performance was equal,...

source: Rifleshooter

Of all the AR’s parts, the operation of the charging handle and bolt catch (also known as the bolt release) seems to confuse shooters most. The charging handle assembly is used to manually cycle the bolt group during loading and...

source: Gun Digest

Humans like to make things. Man, woman or child; creating stuff is human nature. Our ability to craft things is what sets us apart from all the other animals on this planet. Sure, some animals make nests or dens, but humans create all sorts of cool stuff. We take pride in...

source: NRA Family

Writes Frank Melloni: "I still remember my first day on the range, and now that I’m an instructor, I always put myself back in those shoes when I train a new shooter. After doing so professionally for close to 10 years, I have identified the top five fears that new...

source: NRA Family


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