Riley Bowman and Jacob Paulsen relive that one time when they argued pretty extensively about one of the firearm safety rules. We’ll discuss the safety rules and spill the beans on what they found so controversial.
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In continuing on with our series about gun safety and the rules needed in order to be safe, we move on to rule number 3. Some housekeeping to make sure we’re all on the same page, this series is necessary for new gun owners and those of us who take gun safety, as well as […]
The firearms safety rules are of extreme importance. They were created to keep people out of trouble and to prevent what we call negligent discharges, or NDs, from taking place. An ND is basically the unintended discharge of a firearm. Also known as an “accident” to some, but I tend to veer away from that […]
Today, Riley and Matthew discuss the recent change ConcealedCarry.com made to the 4 Firearm Safety Rules as taught in our classes. The intent is to bring the rules into with modern-day curriculum and practices both on the square range…and on the streets. Do you agree or disagree with these tweaks to the rules? If […]
Some safes are somewhat of a hybrid between concealment and a traditional safe. These can be mounted between studs in the wall and covered by mirrors or artwork. Or, you can use the ones that lo like
Today Riley and Matthew address a topic that affects many shooters…how to do real training when the range you shoot at has restrictive rules or procedures. How can you still make good use of your time when your range doesn’t allow you to draw from the holster, shoot on the move, or even do rapid […]