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Is It Bad to Dry Fire Your Gun?

Here’s Why It Is NOT Bad To Dry Fire Your Gun? Before you get into the habit of dry firing a gun, do take the time before hand to properly inspect it to ensure no round is loaded in the chamber. The only real threat in dry firing a gun is failing to inspect it for live rounds first. For a pistol, this can be as easy as ejecting the magazine, racking the upper receiver to

Drop the Baby!

If a firearm is dropped and in the process of falling, should you try and catch it? If your baby is on it’s way to the floor, just let it go. By baby, I’m talking about your firearm. Of course. If it’s a real live baby, then you’d better be quick. Here’s a real-life story to consider why you should let it drop.

6 Tips on Hiding Concealed Gun

Here are six tips to keep that concealed firearm, well, concealed. 1. Choose the Right Holster I didn’t add firearm selection to this list because gun choice is largely a matter of personal taste, and many people can’t afford to buy a new gun. But there are lots of reasonably-priced holsters that work well and can hide full size firearms under light clothing. I prefer a low-bulk, outside the waistband (OWB) holster as I feel it’s

Don’t Hide Guns in House

Remember This… If you are always ready, you never have to get ready. A firearm should be ready for immediate use. A holstered firearm is the best way to ensure you are ready. If you are more than three seconds away from your gun, fix that. Right now.

Training Goals … Keep Moving!

I remember getting ready for high school gymnastics season to begin.  In order to prepare and strive to be the best, my best friend and I would start our season months before the rest of our team.  We would hide behind a curtain in the school gym, wait for all lights to turn off and hear the sound of doors shutting, then when it was quiet as a mouse and we knew all teachers, maintenance