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Tag: firearms

Introducing My Wife to Firearms

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The following is a guest post from Michael Denmon. Michael is a Dad who is working on being a better man, one project at a time. Catch up with his latest attempts at Dad Level Viking.   “Do you want to shoot it?” These words were spoken by my Dad to my wife the first time they ever […]

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Personal Carry: Smith & Wesson M&P 2.0 vs. Heckler & Koch VP9

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Some time ago we featured an article comparing Glocks and Sigs, in an effort to discuss a more compact firearm.  Some readers were curious about a larger frame pistol, and this article addresses that size of firearm.  It’s a guest piece by Alex Bohl, owner of Trajectory Arms. You can also follow him on social […]

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A Beginner’s Guide to Rifles

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This is a guest post written by Bradly Fletchall. Whether you are interested in getting into the shooting sports, hunting, personal protection or simply want to just be well informed on the subject, it’s important to understand and know the various types of common rifles on the market today. What is a rifle? A rifle […]

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Personal Firearms: Why?

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Some time ago we wrote about choosing between a Glock and Sig for an everyday carry, but it makes sense to go one step further back and ask, “Why own a firearm in the first place?”  This week’s article is a guest piece that answers that. I’ve served in the military for over 16 years; I’ve fired […]

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Personal Carry: Sig P226 vs. Glock 19

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There are plenty of gun enthusiasts who have a preference for what they carry on a daily basis, be it concealed or open carry.  They have strong preferences based on their training and the weapons they have worked with.  This article is not for them.  This article is an introduction to two popular and well-known […]

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How to Use a Gun Like a Gent

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1. All guns are always loaded. 2. Never point a gun at anything you are not willing to destroy. 3. Keep your finger off the trigger until your target is in sight and you have decided to shoot. 4. Be sure of what your target is and what’s behind it. Memorize these rules. Print them […]

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