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Determine Your Dominant Eye 5 Easy Steps

  Direct your attention and focus onto an object across the room. Hold your thumb up and in front of the object. Do not focus on your thumb, but rather maintain focus on the object. The thumb should be a bit blurred. This test works best when the object appears larger than the thumb and the lighting is brighter on the “target” than the thumb. Wear your distance prescription eyeglasses, if any, and not your

Wild-Game Grilling Tips

GRILL PREP: Whether your grill is gas, charcoal or wood fired, the grate has to be clean, hot and greased. Take a wire brush and remove any leftover burnt bits from the last barbecue. Wipe it down with a clean, wet cloth to remove any debris. Nobody wants to eat stray wire bristles from the brush. Apply a coating of oil. Pan sprays work OK, but a clean rag dipped in vegetable oil works better and

Gun Safes, Floods and Water

Damage estimates from hurricanes Harvey and Irma are astronomical—and growing with each person as they slowly return to what is left of their home—but those lofty figures don’t reflect many of the heirlooms a family considers priceless, a list that includes inherited firearms. Even those “safely” stored in a gun safe have fallen victim, because those heavy-duty steel systems capable of frustrating burglars and shrugging off a fire’s heat, aren’t usually waterproof. Our thoughts and

Shooting Skills: Injured Hand Drill

The Details: This drill consists of two different shooting sequences and each is broken out below. Try each one first with an empty firearm and perform all actions dry fire before moving on to live fire. Non-Dominant-Hand-Only Fire: Load your firearm with six rounds and make ready to fire. With the pistol in your non-dominant hand, face the target from around the 3-yard line. Starting position is the low-ready position (arm angled down at approximately 45-degree

Stay Sharp: Knife Safety Basics

Sheaths There are a variety of sheaths on the market. Sheaths are designed to hold, carry and protect knives until they are needed. The most common sheath materials are leather and kydex. Kydex is a heavy plastic material that is molded by heat. It’s very durable, and lighter than leather. Other sheath materials include wood, metal and molded plastic. One of the primary ways people get cut while using knives is when they’re removing or