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Range trip

I know I’ve been quiet here the past few days, and there is a good reason for that: I’ve picked up a new full-time job that I am not yet at liberty to discuss. A nice side benefit of that new job was a trip to the office on Thursday to meet my boss and […]

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Every instructor’s nightmare

There are many thousands of shooting instructors in the United States, who teach tens of thousands of students to shoot every year. Despite the best of intentions and the best of precautions, mistakes sometimes occur, and accidents happen. Most of the time that comes as a mechanical breakdown of a gun that is relatively minor. […]

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PA woman leaves suspected felon a little tired.

At first I thought it was crazy that a woman ran over a man with her car for merely walking down the street with a gun, but as if often the case, the devil is in the details: The driver reportedly saw White walking down Main Street in Aliquippa carrying the pellet gun around 9 […]

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School district politely tells state AG to have carnal relations with himself; they’re preparing to arm teachers and staff

Clarksville Superintendent David Hopkins is going to keep his students safe, regardless of what anti-gun Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel opines: The Clarksville school superintendent said Monday that trained teachers and staff still could be armed when school starts since he has determined that an attorney general’s opinion unfavorable to the program is “erroneous.” Superintendent […]

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Is TrackingPoint giving up the story that they’re designing guns for civilians?

Watch this video, where they are shooting from vehicles and around corners (because elk always shoot back), and tell me again how TrackingPoint is designed for long range civilian hunting, and not military applications. Don’t get me wrong. I think the technology is fascinating. I just found it odd that they introduced themselves as a […]

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