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The Rules of Stupid

Legendary firearms instructor John Farnam is credited with coining the Rules of Stupid, which is wisdom that everyone should live by.

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Basics of Marksmanship

How to Draw Your Pistol from an Appendix Carry Position

Drawing your pistol from the appendix carry position follows a lot of the same principles of the strong-side holster draw, but there are nuances that are different with this particular carry method. As Tatiana Whitlock explains in the following video, this discussion focuses on the technique of the drawstroke without the additional training considerations of managing cover garments.

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Basics of Marksmanship

Pistol Presentation

Presenting your pistol is extending your arms to put the firearm into your line of sight on the target. In this video, AG & AG Director of Training Tatiana Whitlock explains how to present your pistol safely and consistently.

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Guns, Gear, & Ammo

How to Build an AR-15 Rifle

Just like kids can “Build-a-Bear” at the mall, you can “Build-an-AR” with A Girl & A Gun! More specifically, in this video you will learn

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Basics of Marksmanship

Locking Your Rifle Bolt Back

When you are holding your AR-15 rifle, you will want to demonstrate to those around you that it is in a safe condition. The best way to do this is to ensure there is no magazine in the mag well, and then lock the bolt back showing that the action is clear. In this video, Tatiana Whitlock coaches you through a dry-fire session of the steps to locking your rifle bolt back.

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Basics of Marksmanship

How to Load a Pistol Magazine

New shooters can be frustrated when loading their pistol magazines. In this video Tatiana Whitlock offers some tips and techniques for how to easily insert ammo cartridges into a magazine.

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Basics of Marksmanship

Avoid Peeking

Peeking at the target between shots delays your ability to quickly recover your sights and get your next shot on target. It also shifts your mental focus away from the task at hand (your fundamentals of grip, stance, trigger press, etc.) to the target, which can be assessed later.

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