If you have been through any gun safety course ever you have probably heard a variation of an industry-standard safety rule along the s of “Know Your Target and Beyond.” This safety rule makes sense and we all inherently understand that we shouldn’t fire our guns at things we can’t identify but when we feel […]
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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 […]
Having a good set of protective eyewear is one of those things that should not be skimped out on. You’ve got a few different options for shooting glasses, as follows: There are cheap shooting glasses, like the 10 dollar ones from Walmart. These cheaper glasses tend to distort your view and are sure to be […]
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 […]
Today Jacob and Matthew discuss about 15 different tools that you either attach to your gun or use as a dedicated gun for dry fire training. This is meant to put ALL the various gear and products in context relative to each other and cover the various pros and cons so one can identify the […]
Instead I want to present the criteria you should be considering, and then you can take these considerations and find what fits you best. Let’s break down the considerations into four major topics: manufacturer, caliber, size and weight, and function.