Gun ranges have the right to be nervous. Any of the above practices can be dangerous both to the shooter and to others in the range. Here are some suggestions of how you can increase your learning experience despite these rules.
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In today’s news: The Arizona governor signs legislation that prohibits tracking devices from being used on firearms. The NRA and USCCA have a major falling out–the NRA disinvites the USCCA from this week’s NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibit. Is it because the NRA is getting ready to roll out something similar to USCCA’s already popular […]
In my journey to test and evaluate firearms related gear, I get to come across some truly unique products. While working on a comprehensive analysis of many different defensive handgun sights, I explored two sets with an intriguing concept for acquiring quick sight alignment and sight picture. I had the chance to take an in-depth […]
We all know how important spending time practicing shooting is, and many of you understand how important dryfire practice is as well. But do you know how to make your dryfire practice easier, faster, more effective AND more fun?? Today Riley sits down with John Wallace and Jason Williams, founders of L.A.S.R. App. Plus John […]
Guardian Nation and Concealed Carry Inc. are proud to bring you another monthly installment of “Guardian Nation Live” with the Founders of L.A.S.R., John Wallace and Jason Williams!
f you always train shooting in an open standing position for example, you won’t have the muscle memory to shoot over or around the cover that you are likely to put between you and oncoming fire.