The first step to learning to shoot a gun is to find a good instructor. Learning correct marksmanship skills and creating good habits from the start will give you a solid foundation for success and confidence at the range. Here is how to find the right firearms instructor.
The terms may be confusing to some people, but semi-auto and full-auto firearms are very different from each other.
If you are not shooting as well as you’d like to, you are probably not having as much fun as you could be having. An instructor is worth the money!
Sandi Keller wasn’t happy with the range bags she was finding. So her husband again reminded her, “You’ve got a knack for design, just design one.”
When manipulating a firearm, there are four universal safety rules that must ALWAYS be obeyed. When these four rules are followed, accidents can be minimized. Negligent discharges of a firearm can result in death or serious injury when these rules are not followed. Every shooter should know and be able to recite the 4 Rules of Gun Safety.
It was brought to our attention that one of our host ranges, Higher Ground Tactical, has been fined by the U.S. Labor Department’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for “willful” violations of lead and noise hazards, including the failure to: • Implement a noise monitoring program. • Conduct air monitoring for lead. • Establish […]
Managing recoil is done with your entire body. A proper stance gives you a stable platform so that your gun can function. It is important to keep your weight forward on the balls of your feet. Even while standing practicing with static target shooting, your posture should be forward, aggressive, and ready to move.
Our friend Sandi at OffHand Gear has done it again. She’s created a thoughtful, unique, quality shooting product. The new NORM (No Ordinary Range Mat) is not like the range mats you have seen around. Her long-range precision shooting mat has a fan-fold style closing (no more edges curling up on you), is long, wide […]
You ask, “Is this old gun worth anything?” Should it be refinished, restored, cleaned, or left alone? With good info you can make the right choice.
One of the first questions I asked myself when I bought my first firearm, seven years ago was, “How am I going to store this thing safely when I’m not using it?” My children were not small anymore at that time, but I was still concerned about unauthorized access – whether during a burglary or […]