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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

Exercising With Firearms

Like many hunters, I love the great outdoors, but my passion extends far beyond hunting season. I like to ride bikes, run, hike and fish, and these activities sometimes take me to remote areas. But even if you’re into the most extreme sports it doesn’t mean you have to leave your firearm behind. You can still carry concealed and still feel safe no matter if you’re hiking deep in a remote wilderness area or jogging

Talk to Your Kids about Guns

Perhaps it wasn’t meant to do so, but that comment made some pretty upsetting assumptions, assumptions like violent encounters never happen in good neighborhoods and that if you choose to run in the wrong neighborhood that you, as the victim, are at fault. I found it pretty appalling. But other readers, perhaps those who didn’t immediately recognize the dangerous assumptions in this statement, might not have paid much attention to that sentence at all. It

On the Move

The Skills: Shooting at a smaller target puts focus on the basic shooting fundamentals needed to be precise. These skills are grip, muzzle management, utilization of sights and trigger finger discipline. Slow, precise shots on a small target will help you identify any deficiencies in your fundamentals. When you have these skills mastered, it will allow you to increase your rate and distance of fire without sacrificing accuracy. The Details: Start out 3 yards away from the

Trigger Control

The term “trigger control” describes the act of moving the trigger and firing the gun without disturbing aim. All the fundamentals are rolled into firing the shot, but the two biggest factors are aiming and trigger control, in that order. How you press the trigger can work for or against you. The best method of controlling a trigger, for all levels of shooters, is to move the trigger straight to the rear, firing the gun