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First Time Carrying In Public: What To Expect

So you’re a concealed carry virgin. We’ve all been there, and many of us probably had an anxiety-filled first time out into the world as an armed citizen. What is it going to be like while carrying out and about? What should I look out for? Will anyone notice? Is …

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35 News Bloopers That Will Make You Smile

Don’t you love it when professional news broadcasts have unforeseen mishaps? The following news bloopers will make you laugh so hard that you might actually cry. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]

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Bullet Setback: Is It A Myth? Why It’s Important To Rotate Your Chambered Round

Ease Up On The Upper Receiver Everyone likes that “clink-clunk” noise an upper receiver makes when it slams down on a round.  That said, the lighter you set down the upper receiver onto the round in the magazine, the lighter the impact on the cartridge casing.  If you’re at the …

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CDC: Bullets In Your Body Can Cause Lead Poisioning (And They Needed A Study To Determine This)

As a result of a study that was likely funded by the same person who spent over a hundred seventy thousand dollars watching monkeys gamble, the CDC has issued a new report about walking around with bullet fragments in your body. The verdict: they can cause lead poisoning. From CNN: …

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Selecting A Carry Gun: Advice For New Concealed Carriers

Many individuals are on the verge of choosing their first weapon for personal protection. Selecting a handgun is a demanding decision as the requirements for each individual are different. It is a highly personal choice. Handguns in particular are very individual. There is no one-size-fits-all. This article is intended to …

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20 Tips For Newbies Who Carry Concealed (Or Plan To Carry In The Future)

We were all n00bs at one point, and it’s nothing to be ashamed of. The fact that you’re actively seeking out information on concealed carry says a lot about the way you’re approaching it. So many people dive in head-first without going through the proper training, and without doing the …

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It’s Good To Have Armed Friends: You’ve Never Seen Armed Robbers Run So Quickly (Video)

ROSEVILLE, MICHIGAN — A liquor store owner was behind the counter with his friend when two armed men with masks came in Thursday evening and announced a robbery. Although with masks and guns, they didn’t need to do anymore announcing. One of the armed thugs hops over the counter, but …

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French Military Training Eagles To Kill Drones

For the past year, a military unit in France has trained golden eagles from chicks to adult to be single-purpose drone assassins. As noted in the above Euronews video, the birds were introduced to the remote control hobby copters at an early age and trained to view them as prey. …

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The Return of the Dead: Why 10mm, .44 Special Are Seeing New Life

Though the 9mm and .45 ACP maintain a stronghold on the industry, older cartridges that once reveled in accolades continue to hang around the fringes. Every once in awhile, one of these “oldies” makes a play for mainstream success again, vying for a chance to reclaim a fraction of popularity …

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Tested: Kriss USA Vector Gen II CRB

A prime example of form following function, the Kriss USA Vector is a pistol-caliber carbine built around its unorthodox, but innovative, operating system. Devised in Europe but built in Chesapeake, Va., the Vector platform’s Super V recoil-mitigation system was designed from the outset with the goal of shooting rapidly with …

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