New Gun Owners

  1. Why You Should Choose Your Own Concealed Carry Gun

    Why You Should Choose Your Own Concealed Carry Gun

    Picking a carry gun is a very personal choice, not one to be made for you by someone else.   Once you decide to start carrying a gun and have all the legal checkboxes complete – whether in a permitless carry state or one that requires a permit – the next step is to figure out what gun to carry...
  2. Why You Should Take a Concealed Carry Class

    Why You Should Take a Concealed Carry Class

    Even in states with Constitutional Carry, you should still get your permit.   There are a lot of reasons you should still take a firearms class and get your state permit even if your state has constitutional carry. We’ll cover the reasons why seeking firearms education is important and how a permit can help you. What is Constitutional Carry? Constitutional...
  3. Spice Up Your Dry Fire With Laser Ammo- Beyond  Sci -Fi

    Spice Up Your Dry Fire With Laser Ammo- Beyond Sci -Fi

    How do you keep up your skills with ammo prices so high? Train without firing a shot.   The market for firearms training devices has grown by leaps and bounds in the last five years. Dryfire used to be a boring task we all did to get a little bit better at shooting. Things like Laser Ammo cartridges have taken...
  4. Get a Grip! How You Hold the Gun Matters

    Get a Grip! How You Hold the Gun Matters

    How you hold the gun affects accuracy and your ability to put multiple shots on target.   The grip is the foundation of successful shooting, whether for competition or self-defense. How you hold the gun influences many facets: recoil management, follow-up shots, even malfunctions. Not all grips are created equal. Rather than compare bad grips, let’s look at how to...
  5. What to Expect When Starting to Carry Concealed

    What to Expect When Starting to Carry Concealed

    Contrary to popular belief, there will not be a spotlight or flashing neon lights on your gun.   The hardest part of starting to carry concealed is just that, starting. Just like anything new, there’s a level of fear with doing something for the first time, not to mention with a loaded firearm. Knowing what to expect can help ease...
  6. How to Introduce New Gun Owners to the Gun Community

    How to Introduce New Gun Owners to the Gun Community

    How good are we at welcoming newcomers to the gun community?   As you’re probably aware, gun sales skyrocketed in 2020, by some estimates doubling 2019’s totals nationwide. With all these new gun owners, that means new members of the gun community. For those of us who have been here for years, how do we welcome all the new folks...

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