meaghan roble

  1. Dry-Fire Training, Part 1 - Why It's Important

    Dry-Fire Training, Part 1 - Why It's Important

    When it comes to improving your skills with firearms, dry-fire training is equally as important as live-fire training. The term “dry-fire” means your magazine and firearm are “dry” of ammunition. The term “live-fire” refers to your firearm and magazine being filled with “live” ammunition. Training regularly with your firearm builds and maintains the neural pathways between your brain and muscles...
  2. Smith & Wesson M&P M2.0 Metal Series – More Durability with Same Great Design

    Smith & Wesson M&P M2.0 Metal Series – More Durability with Same Great Design

    Known for its polymer frame, the Smith & Wesson M&P now comes in a metal version. Is it any good? Meaghan Roble shares her thoughts. Built for higher performance, the Smith & Wesson M&P M2.0 Metal Series provides everything we love about the M&P 2.0 on a lightweight metal frame. It is compatible with all M&P M2.0 components from magazines...

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