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How to Properly Clean Your Gun

You’ve finished your session at the range. Your guns are safely stored away in a locked case, remaining rounds are put away, and your “eyes and ears” are tucked away in your range bag. You’ve just had a blast at the shooting range, but as you walk out you can already hear that little voice…

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January 30, 2017

5 Ways to Show Appreciation on Veterans Day

Veterans Day means something different to each of us. Maybe you’ve fought in a conflict at some point throughout your own military career or you have a son or daughter who is currently in active duty somewhere in the world. Perhaps you simply respect and admire the courage and tenacity required to exist in today’s…

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November 9, 2016

History of Veterans Day

Ask the average person on the street to differentiate between Memorial Day and Veterans Day and you might end up receiving a quizzical stare. With so many of us looking forward to the upcoming Veterans Day holiday, it is vital that we look at November 11th as a holiday of reverence, and not simply another reason…

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November 8, 2016

The Incredible History of Sig Sauer

SIG Sauer is a namesake synonymous with engineering excellence, consistent and reliable performance, and continual innovation. Here’s the rich history behind how they got started.   In 1853, Friedrich Peyer im Hof, Heinrich Moser, and Johann Conrad Neher founded Schweizerische Waggon Fabrik, which translates into Swiss Wagon Factory in English. The group pooled their engineering…

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September 12, 2016

Exploring the Top 5 Guns Used for Sharpshooting

When assembling a report of the most accurate weapons, namely those used for sharpshooting, you’d think that five heavy-barreled, bolt-action rifles would flush out the list. While bolt-action rifles are generally considered to house the most accurate fundamental gun design, skilled marksmen throughout history have proven that accuracy is only partially attributable to the machine. The shooter…

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March 29, 2016

Tools and Tips for Cleaning Your Firearm

There is a small fraction of the shooting public that enjoys the process of cleaning a gun. For some it is therapeutic – possibly stress-reducing even. But for the majority of us, cleaning a firearm is something that we have to do to ensure the safe and accurate functioning of our prized weapons the next…

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February 10, 2016

What to Do If Your Firearm Gets Stolen

Nobody wants to experience the theft of a firearm – or any kind of theft, for that matter. A home burglary can be an especially traumatic event because it takes place in your comfortable, safe zone. Gun owners must take extra precautionary measures to ensure their belongings are safe and protected. No one wants their…

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August 12, 2015

A Beginner’s Guide to Gun Range Etiquette

Going to the gun range for the first time is an exciting experience, but beginners should take the time in advance to prepare for their first controlled shooting experience. Gun ranges have a specific set of rules designed to keep everyone safe. More than just being polite to fellow gun enthusiasts, gun ranges have rules in…

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August 7, 2015

The Evolution of Muzzle Loading Rifles

When you think of a muzzle-loading rifle, you might envision a 19th century soldier frantically plunging a bullet and powder charge down the barrel of a bayonetted rifle before the man across the battle line can do the same. Today, muzzle-loading rifles come with synthetic stocks, camouflage finishes, and fluted barrels. This is no longer a…

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July 13, 2015

Father’s Day: Gift Ideas for the Gun Enthusiast

With Father’s Day right around the corner, it is now time to find the perfect present for dad. This year, instead of getting him another tie or overpriced restaurant meal, why not choose a gift he really wants? Here are some great Father’s Day gift ideas for the gun loving dad. EXTRA ROUNDS Every dad…

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June 20, 2015

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