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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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For 99 years, the U.S. Army’s Director of Civilian Marksmanship worked closely with NRA to train civilians in marksmanship against the times when competitors would need to bring those skills to active duty — as they did in two world wars and conflicts since then....

source: Shooting Sports USA

Going into 2019, long-range shooters have several new options to consider from Ruger with the launch of the company's Hawkeye Long-Range Target chambered in 6.5 PRC and 6.5 Creedmoor, building on Ruger's initial offering in .300 Win. Mag. These two new models are built on...

source: Shooting Illustrated

The body can take frigid temps if it's free to move around, as activity generates heat and promotes blood flow to the extremities, but sitting motionless generates nothing except shivers, thoughts of Momma and a warm fireplace. So, if you're a late-season treestand hunter...

source: American Hunter

A misfire is a failure of the priming mixture to be initiated after the primer (or rim of a rimfire case) has been struck an adequate blow by the firing pin, or the failure of the initiated primer to ignite the powder. This term is also commonly used to refer to a failure...

source: NRA Family

As guns grow old, rubber recoil pads start to degrade. Vintage rifles and shotguns with steel plates didn't have this problem. Early signs of degradation include abnormal hardness, cracking or crumbling of the pad material.

source: Rifleshooter

Introduced in 1960, the Mossberg 500 has become one of the most prolific firearms ever produced. At this point, more than 12 million have rolled off the assembly line and there's little reason why another 12 million won't follow suit in the impending decades. With that in...

source: Gun Digest

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