Walking through the woods one spring afternoon, you turn a bend in the trail and are surprised to see two brown cubs playfully rolling in the grass nearby. You watch, pleased for a moment, until a thought suddenly enters your mind. You freeze. You hear heavy breathing behind you. You’re at home alone finally doing […]
Author Archive | Brian McLaughlin
White Settlement, Texas – A man opened fire inside a church Sunday morning just before communion was offered to parishioners, killing two before he was himself killed by an armed church security member. Dramatic footage of the event was being live streamed to the internet and shows how quickly a situation can turn deadly.
When Governor Ralph Northam proposed to make the average Virginian a felon for owning an “assault weapon,” citizens from all over the state flocked to town halls and flooded social media with concerns for their rights. The immense citizen support for the second amendment has been listened to by Virginian county sheriffs who have overwhelmingly […]
According to an article by Thom Hartmann titled “Will America’s Billionaires Start a Second Civil War?” an out for how an oligarchy (a government controlled by a small number of people) can overthrow a democracy: “For oligarchy to totally take down democracy, only three things are initially needed: Control of (or substantial influence over) a […]
We recently conducted a survey asking how often our readers engaged in live fire practice in anticipation of our newest product release, the Range Tech BT Shot Timer. The results of the survey, especially for the question about how often each person does live fire training, was interesting. The survey was answered by about 2,000 […]
Anyone who’s done a few weeks of hard labor knows a belt isn’t just a fashionable accessory. Belts are a tool which not only hold up your pants, but keep you equipment securely around your hips. Ever since early humans twisted long grass into rope to keep the newly made flint knife close at hand; […]