Guide 

Popular Firearm Actions

Firearms have many parts. The firearm action is the group of parts involved in loading, firing, and unloading the firearm. Examples of firearm action parts include the firearm trigger, the firearm chamber, firearm safety, and the Firearm Hammer and Firing Pin. Depending on the action, there may be more, or fewer parts than previously mentioned–those are just some of the parts that make up the action of a firearm.

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Guide 

Buy a Gun

If you are trying to buy a gun, then the first thing you should do is to have some great knowledge about it. The decision to purchase a firearm should not be taken lightly. Owning a gun is a big responsibility. You should realize the reason why you want to own one. Weapons can be used for several purposes, and a person who holds a gun must be responsible enough and knowledgeable enough about what he or she is carrying.

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Accessories 

Review- IWB holster for Glock 19

I recently purchased a Milt Sparks Executive Companion IWB holster for my Glock 19. I was very familiar with the Executive Companion because I’ve carried my Star M43 Firestar in one for years, and I was very satisfied with the design. The holster is made from top quality materials and the craftsmanship is excellent.

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Basic of Firearms 

Firing Positions

The Standing Position Standing Shooting Position The standing position is a very common hunting position, as it is easy to adopt the standing firing position quickly upon spotting game. The standing position also has some disadvantages and limitations. One disadvantage of the standing position is that it is very unstable, making it less accurate than the kneeling position, the sitting firing position, or the prone position. Another disadvantage of the standing position is that it allows the game to spot hunters more easily, due to the increased profile.

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Reviews Rifles 

Beretta S686 Essential Shotgun

Beretta’s over/under shotguns are among the best available. However, their price tags reflect this fact, with some of the higher grades costing more than many new cars. Beretta’s new S686 Essential model in 12 gauge is designed, in the words of the Beretta catalog, to offer “all of the operating systems, safety features, durability and performance for which Beretta over-and-under are known,” at a suggested retail price of $1,215. Some may say that’s still a bit pricey for a shotgun, but it’s the most budget-priced O/U in Beretta’s line.

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Handgun Reviews 

Taurus PT111 G2 review

Taurus is best remembered for their undeniably impressive assortment of handguns, including pistols intended for concealed carry, target shooting, & home defense. Some experienced shooters may challenge the reliability of these guns – especially regarding their past recalls – but those times are long passed.

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Basic of Firearms 

Bullets and Cases

CONFUSING BULLET TERMS NOT IN DICTIONARY We talked in the past about intimidating firearms terms such as ballistic coefficient, sectional density, and terminal ballistics. As consumer grade firearms and loads get more and more sophisticated, we are faced with an increasing number of strange terms in articles that describe them.

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Guide 

The Benefits and Advantages of Firearms Training

It is safe to say that you are keen on guns and presently looking for guns preparing from ensured experts? Do you claim guns and would need to experience preparing to build up your shooting aptitudes? On the other hand possibly out and out keen on guns and would need to figure out how to shoot? Getting preparing professionally by guns educators would surely accompany points of interest. Here are some of them:

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Handgun Reviews 

Beretta M9

I can’t think of a better way to test the durability and serviceability of a product than to give it to a bunch of U.S. soldiers to play with. If you want to take a long chance, just give your product to the entire U.S. armed forces and see what they come up with. If it jams, they’ll jam it. If it can be broken, they’ll break it. If it can be made to malfunction, they’ll malfunction it.

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Firearms 

A Brief History of the Colt M1911 .45 ACP Pistol

The original Colt .45 ACP was the 1905 pistol that featured a “spur” type hammer and short grip. The slide was locked by a pin near the muzzle end of the gun, just above the frame. The Model 1911, an improvement on the 1905 design, incorporated a longer, more angled grip and a grip safety. The pinned slide was replaced by the barrel bushing system.

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