It occurred to me recently that we don’t have many articles about gun safety on our website. We’ve got a few here and there concerning kids and guns and a few others, but none that talk about the gun safety rules, specifically. In a recent meeting between Riley, Jacob, and myself, we came up with […]
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A few days ago we received an e with a press release from Glock that we thought was pretty cool. I wouldn’t usually just stick the entire press release in an article, but think it was warranted this time around. The entire thing is centered around gun safety, which is something we should all be […]
2019 marks the 20th year for NSSF’s initiative Project Childsafe, a program designed to help prevent firearms accidents, theft, and misuse. While we may all disagree from time to time about the best methods to do certain things within our industry, hopefully we all agree on one thing: We don’t want our guns to fall […]
The National Rifle Association is, as most organizations are, not perfect. They have their faults and I’d be the first to admit that some of the things that they get behind, like the bump fire ban, is downright atrocious. In an age where the anti-gunners are fighting tooth and nail to take our guns, we […]
Additionally using a magazine filled with dummy rounds closely replicates the weight of your loaded firearm for realistic practice. And dummy rounds in the magazine keep the slide from locking to the rear while you practice clearing stoppages and performing magazine reloads.
At the Lenox Square Shopping Center’s Adidas store in Atlanta, Georgia it is rare to find a toy gun on the premises, considering they aren’t sold at shoe stores. That’s why when an 8-year-old boy found a “toy gun” in the store, his mother was quite curious. However, the curiosity nearly led to a dangerous […]