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You’re Not Chuck Norris

Chuck Norris has been a martial arts icon for many years and for some of us he will always be Col. James Braddock, Walker Texas Ranger or one of the other famous characters he has played. Always the “All-American Badass” taking justice to the bad guys. Recently while cruising the internet I came across a message from Chuck Norris and ...

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Tragedies and Truths

Here in the United States we are much more fortunate than many other countries when it comes to tragedies such as the recent murders in the theatre in Aurora Colorado. On our trip to the market we normally are not concerned about there possibly being a bombing while choosing our produce. Many countries do not share this luxury. To begin ...

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Sighting in the Future

Wanting to shoot is one thing that most every kid wants to do at some point, especially boys. In many cases kids lack ample opportunities to learn or hone shooting skills. There are several organizations where kids can get the opportunity to learn and hone their shooting skills. Boy Scouts of America is one of the leading organizations to offer ...

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A Guns Favorite Meal

Every gun, like each of us performs different depending on what it’s fed. If you feed your gun a steady diet of its favorite ammo you could see dramatic improvements in your shooting results. I have seen expensive custom guns that performed better with cheap ammo and cheap guns that perform better with the expensive ammo. While gathering ammo for ...

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Sig 226 Long-Term Review

The Sig Saur 226 has become the preferred sidearm of many law enforcement departments and civilians alike in recent years. I have been carrying the 226 for several years now and have fired thousands of rounds with it without a single issue. SPECS   Caliber                            9mm (.357Sig & .40cal also available) Length                            7.70 inches Height                            5.5 inches Width                             1.5 inches ...

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Warning Shots

What would you do in the middle of the night if you heard one or more people trying to break through your locked gate or door? Grab your gun and get ready to confront the intruders? Do you give them a warning shot or do you wait for them to illegally enter your property then take action? Many of us ...

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Guns and Reality TV

Unlike when most of us were kids, today we have almost limitless choices of programs to watch on a daily basis with just about every network having one or several “reality” shows. Guns on tv shows is nothing new but in recent years guns have received a couple of their own “reality” shows. Discovery Channel created shows such as “Sons ...

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380 Showdown

In today’s world of concealed carry and subcompacts the old reliable .380 is making a big comeback. The .380 offers enough power to thwart off an attacker while still maintaining easy concealment and control. Recently the opportunity arose to put two popular .380 models to a head to head challenge. The Kel-Tec P3AT vs. the Sig Saur P238. Before we ...

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Smith & Wesson Sw9VE Review

Smith & Wesson has been a staple of the firearms world for generations and nowhere close to being a new kid on the block. When I think of Smith & Wesson I automatically think of revolvers. What about the semi-autos that S&W produce? To start off with, here’s the specs on the SW9VE: Frame             Polymer Slide                Stainless Steel Caliber            9mm ...

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Review: Clerke 1st

If you don’t recognize the Clerke 1st pistol don’t feel like the Lone Ranger.  Manufactured by Clerke Technicorp in Santa Monica California in the early 1970’s, it is not a widely recognized gun or manufacturer for that matter. This particular Clerke is chambered in .22 Long Rifle, wears chrome plating and plastic grips. One of the things that would have ...

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