One of the first things a new Concealed Handgun License holder worries about is whether it's going to act like a snake and bite you when carrying. I advise people worried about this to carry without a round in the chamber for the first week or two. This will boost your confidence...
Sight click graduations have a lot to do with how a shooter proceeds in a match. A sight that moves the bullet 3 inches per click is decidedly a more difficult decision to make! Finer graduations mean both less consequence on a missed read, and better results on a "hit."
What to do with a lemon depends on various factors, including where the gun was purchased, what condition the gun is in now (unfired, used, surplus, damaged), and what end results you're looking for. Here are five steps to follow when you find yourself in this sour situation.
At times it seems that our society is obsessed with one question regarding almost every aspect of modern life — is it convenient? When it comes to shooters and shooting, the convenience idea applies, as well.
A San Antonio gun club is working to allow a new group of Texans to enjoy a right that until recently was out of reach. In July, members of the deaf community gathered for a license to carry class at Nardis Gun Club. The class, taught entirely in sign language, represented...
University of North Texas Police Chief Ed Reynolds was showing off new lock boxes on campus recently. The lock box isn't for a wallet, or even jewelry. It's for a gun. "Accessible only by the licensed-to-carry holder," Reynolds said.
Ballisticians and rifle cranks love the word "ballistic efficiency," and it's become a common part of our vernacular. The term has become a sales pitch for cartridges in much the same way that the term "reliability" sells new cars, but how well do we understand the concept...
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