Dry fire practice is such an important part of building and maintaining your pistol skills. Many of us perform dry fire practice several times a week or , and even set up a special area in our homes where we can safely practice. But is there a safe way to conduct dry fire practice when […]
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If you are traveling through states that otherwise don’t honor your permit(s) then you can either attempt to research and follow that state’s law relative to the transporting and vehicle possession of a firearm or you can just follow the requirements of 926A which you know protect you anywhere.
A guide to helping the American gun owner travel to and navigate United States National Parks while legally and safely carrying a firearm for self-defense.
Today is Day 3 in a marathon of power-packed podcast episodes Riley Bowman had the opportunity to record while at SHOT Show 2020. This one features Lena Miculek, Pro-shooter and World Champion with Team SIG SAUER. We talk about concealed carry, other EDC options including for non-permissive environments, and we get into some tips, tricks, and techniques […]
We are officially about to enter the most traveled time of the year with the biggest holidays right around the corner. At the end of this month we’ve got Thanksgiving which is the most traveled holiday of the year, next month we’ve got Christmas, followed by the New Year in January. We always recommend traveling […]
In May 2019, we released “Legal Boundaries by State – The Travel Guide For American Gun Owners” in both ebo and physical bo formats. We vowed to update the bo at least twice a year, and today we have officially released another update. What Changed? There have been three types of updates: We Were Wrong: […]