New Gun Owners

  1. 5 Ways to Customize Your Carry Gun

    5 Ways to Customize Your Carry Gun

    Not all guns are perfect out of the box. Here are 5 common upgrades that make your gun better for you.   Sometimes it's a good idea to customize your carry gun because there isn’t a one-size-fits-all when it comes to stock pistols. You might find a stock pistol that is the most comfortable out of all the others you...
  2. Concealed Carry in Cold Weather Means Extra Capacity

    Concealed Carry in Cold Weather Means Extra Capacity

    Big coats equal big guns. Big guns equal more rounds.   Concealed carry in cold weather means easier concealment, potentially changing to outside the waistband carry, and most importantly, the option for extra capacity. Popular manufacturers of firearms such as Glock, Smith & Wesson, Sig Sauer, Walther, and Heckler & Koch make great subcompact handguns for concealed carry. They also...
  3. 5 Steps To Prep For Your First Class

    5 Steps To Prep For Your First Class

    Get the most out of each class by preparing beforehand.   Your first class in the firearms realm can be intimidating. This is especially true if you are relatively new to guns. You are taking this class to learn a thing or two, so you want to come prepared. Plus, the class involves handhelds explosions generated in dangerous devices, which...
  4. Everyday Carry (EDC) Dump

    Everyday Carry (EDC) Dump

    What's in your EDC? Do you have everything you need all the time?   It may come as a surprise that everyday carry doesn’t just mean only carrying a firearm. In fact, even before legal carrying age, most young adults should have some form of “non-lethal” protection on them. If you remember nothing else from this blog, remember “two is...
  5. Concealed Carry Pistols: Polymer vs. Steel Framed Guns

    Concealed Carry Pistols: Polymer vs. Steel Framed Guns

    It's a matter of weight, capacity, trigger, action, recoil -- just a handful of considerations.   Polymer and steel framed guns both have their place when it comes to carrying concealed. And just like with anything else, they both have their pros and cons. In this blog, we’ll break down why you would use one gun over the other as...
  6. How to Ensure New Shooters Don’t Have a Bad Range Experience

    Make them feel at home and comfortable at the range with these helpful tips.   Many people have had a bad range experience, and unfortunately, many of those have been their one and only range experience. So often, we hear horror stories of new shooters being handed a .45 ACP handgun or 12 gauge shotgun and told to pull the...

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