Firearms|Handguns Recently, Strike Industries has added to their growing SIG Sauer lineup with the Strike slide for the SIG P365. The new slide works on the original P365 and P365 […]
Welcome back to Beginner’s Guide To Firearms and Shotgun Basics: Part Two. In part one of Shotgun Basics we covered the 3 common types of shotguns, actions, and ammunition used in shotguns. In part two we will cover rare/obscure shotgun types, nomenclature, and firing cycle of a pump-action and semiautomatic shotgun.
Welcome to part five of the Beginner’s Guide To Firearm Basics. This week we are going to cover Shotgun Basics. Shotguns are much more in-depth than I planned on them being so it will be broken down into two separate parts. As, usual this guide is here to be an introduction into shotguns and their operation.
Welcome to part four of The Beginner’s Guide To Firearms. Perviously, we covered Revolver Basics and Nomenclature. In this entry we will continue to cover handguns and will be focusing on semiautomatic pistols. This guide is designed to give you the basic understanding of a semiautomatic pistol and their operation.
Welcome back to another entry to The Beginner’s Guide To Firearms. Previously, we covered Firearm Basics and the 4 Weapon Safety Rules. The next entry will cover Revolver Basics and Nomenclature. This entry is here to give you a solid foundation of understanding of a revolver and its function.
The most important thing every gun owner should have a complete and in-depth knowledge of is gun safety. Every new gun owner should know how to safely handle a weapon and store it within their homes. The man cause of gun accidents are laziness and complacency. At, no moment in time should you every be complacent with a firearm loaded or unloaded.
Hello, and welcome to the Beginner’s Guide To Firearms. In the last couple of months due to the global pandemic we have had an influx of new firearm owners here in America. Being a first time buyer of a firearm means you will have a lot of questions. That is normal. You are dealing with something foreign to you that you have little to no knowledge on. That’s why this guide is here.
A conversation that comes up at work a lot is, “What is your preferred method of conceal carry?” That is a very diverse and nuanced question to ask any ccw practitioner. That reason may very from user to user.
When conceal carrying a pistol it will always come down to user preference and performance. Some CCW practitioners prefer a smaller size for greater concealability a la subcompact handguns. The trade off with this type of handgun is that it has more snap to it and reduced magazine capacity.
When considering what pistol to conceal carry there are so many options. You begin to look at reviews on internet to see what the market has to offer. From there you investigate prices on Rainier Arms, Brownells, and Gun Broker. Still with no clear picture on your needs and what you want. Shifting through all that information can be daunting. With so much to read and so many different price points to take into consideration it becomes hard to find out what is best for you.
The vast majority of questions on conceal carry come form customers thinking about getting a conceal carry license. These customers are looking for a road map on where to start their concealed carry journey. For these shooters the idea and act of conceal carry can be a daunting one. Finding out where to start is difficult for new potential conceal carry users. You understand that these individuals have limited firearms knowledge and weapons handling.
One of the biggest things plaguing the firearms industry and culture is misinformation. Our news, movies, tv shows, and video games are where the majority of people get their knowledge and understanding of firearms from.
There is a lot to consider when conceal carrying. If you are reading this you are potentially on the fence about conceal carry or conceal carry infrequently. Deep down you are asking yourself, “Should I conceal carry? If so, why should I?” Today, I am here to help you answer the question, “Should I conceal carry?”
When it comes down to suppressors/silencers there is a lot of misinformation about them from movies, tv, and video games. Our television and movies are filled with gun inaccuracies and myths that are completely inaccurate
Last Friday, Prince Law Office Blog reported that ATF released a new letter addressing how you are suppose to measure an overall length of a firearm equipped with a stabilizing brace.
The truth of the matter is that suppressors are not easy to acquire and are expensive to attain. It is a Federal regulated item and must go through a lengthy process through the ATF to be able acquire and legal purchase a suppressor. Below will be the steps to legal own a suppressor and infographic about suppressors from National Shooting Sports Foundation.