Tips For Shooting In Cold Weather

Here are some tips for shooting in cold weather. When it comes to winter and heading out to the range in frigid temperatures, it’s important to understand how cold temperatures affect your body, and therefore your shooting ability. Our Brain Physiologically, when our body temperature starts to fall, our brain…

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Do You Have A Dominant Eye – Does It Matter?

We all learn from an early age which one of our hands we prefer to use, our right or left. However, many people are unaware that they also have a preferred eye, a dominant eye, which is the one that works harder at sending the images to the brain. Although…

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Clearing A Misfeed

Malfunctions can happen with all machines, and so it is with a gun. Learning the techniques to clear a misfeed in your gun and deal with them quickly and safely is very important. There are a number of causes for malfunctions with your gun. They can be caused by the ammunition not performing correctly, the gun itse..

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Do You Get A Kick Out Of Shooting

By Guest Contributor Dawn Brown Recoil, also known as kick or kickback, is the backward momentum of a gun when it is fired.  Many beginners are very concerned about how much recoil a gun is going to produce when it fires.  That is completely understandable because if you’ve never shot…

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Hands

Each of our hands consists of 27 bones, 29 major joints, 34 muscles, 123 ligaments, 30 arteries, and the zillions of nerve and blood vessel branches. These all work together in such amazing ways, you have to marvel at how they all collaborate to do the most intricate of tasks.…

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