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    Why Shooting is a Great Hobby

    Why Shooting is a Great Hobby

    Firearms have been a complicated discussion topic for quite some time now. While some claim that nothing good can come out of them, that guns should be forbidden everywhere and that no one except for police officers should be allowed to handle them, others see owning them as a means to ensure one’s safety. There is another side to it though; many people pick up shooting as a hobby, and it can actually be a great one.
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    The 5 Best firearms in the World

    The Night Cobra may be the 2017 Colt Cobra renewed and reinforced cousin, if you may, and unlike other handguns, its cylinder can hold up as much as six bullets instead of the standard measure of five. The Night Cobra’s also designed for night shooters thanks to its ability to not get caught up in your clothes and also go completely unnoticed. Plus, it has one of the smoothest grips in history, there’s no competition
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    The First Firearm Ever in the History of the World

    Nowadays, we take for granted how long our industry has gone to develop safer, lighter, and way more practical guns for us to collect and protect our homes, but, truth be told, the history of guns is quite fascinating, to say the least. Throughout the course of history, the way the firearm has been designed, developed, used and conceived has changed a lot, and that’s a trend that’s not likely to end any time soon. Us
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    Beyond Guns: Krav Maga, The Ultimate Self-Defense

    If you’re looking to improve your self-defense skills, you should definitely take a look at Krav Maga, Israel’s mythical and deadly martial art used by the Mossad that has been around for over 50 years.
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    Shooting with Muzzleloader Weapons. How to Dominate it?

    If you are fond of shooting and you are thinking about trying your luck with muzzleloader, be ready to learn that the differences between these historical weapons and conventional revolvers, rifles or shotguns are innumerable. For this reason, we wanted to prepare a post in which we give you a series of tips and key points that will allow you to master the shot with muzzleloader weapons. Are you interested? Well pay
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    Gun Safety 101: Gun Handling

    Gunpowder is indeed a corrosive substance. The heat generated by the bullet as it travels through the barrel of the firearm adding the friction between the bullet in the barrel can oxidize the inside of the barrel. Environmental humidity can also cause oxidation in some firearms. For those of you who carry your firearm in hidden holsters or stick your guns to your body, your transpiration combined with the temperatur
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    The Punisher and His Weapons of Choice

    So, Netflix has brought us two seasons of a more than happy-trigger vigilante without superpowers (well, maybe he has super hatred) and everyone has enjoyed Frank Castle’s (Jon Bernthal) journey from US Marine to what he has become today. Now, many guns have been used by our hero since the first episode of the first season kicking off with Frank Castle putting down a cartel drug lord in Juarez, Mexico, from the other
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    Sporting Shooting – Part 2

    We continue our blog into the different types of shooting sports and start where we left off. Pistol shooting events are very popular and can be with a revolver or an automatic pistol. Most pistol shooting is to do with targets and is often called Bullseye shooting. Pistol Shooting Events A very popular form of sports shooting for pistols is Bullseye shooting, this can also be done with rifles. It is mostly a long-di
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    Shooting Sports – Part 1

    In this blog we will be looking at the different kinds of guns and the type of sports that they are used in.  Basically, to some degree, there are three different types of guns used in sports: rifles, pistols and shotguns; and everything else is a variation on these three. Rifles Rifles are classed as shoulder firearms, they have long barrels and rifled bores. Mostly you need two hands to handle a rifle and they are
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