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35 Then Jesus asked them, “When I sent you without purse, bag or sandals, did you lack anything?” “Nothing,” they answered. 36 He said to them, “But now if you have a purse, take it, and also a bag; and if you don’t have a sword, sell your cloak and buy one. Jesus’s …
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The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in New York State Rifle and Pistol Association v. Bruen did more than strike New York’s “may issue” subjective concealed carry permitting scheme. The ruling also told lower courts that attempting to balance the individual’s Constitutional right to keep and bear arms against the government’s interest in …
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Shooting is a perishable skill. With ongoing surges in demand for firearms and ammunition, staying sharp isn’t as easy as it once was. Most people, including me, are reluctant to burn our ammunition stash or empty our bank accounts. The solution falls back on an old classic: dry fire. There’s …
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My pal Mike Buser’s name came across my phone, and I knew he’d have turkeys on his mind. “What’s the schedule looking like? Can you make it out this year?” Mike and I hunt together as often as possible, but my spring schedule can be rather erratic. We’d had some …
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Deadly with a pistol, compulsive adventurer Donald Bateman Hope Coates was a storyteller who kept his fellow gun enthusiasts, as well as listeners from all walks of life—and from all over the world—enthralled by his many tales. In my previous article about Coates, I was unable to pin down some of …
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Whether a defensive shooter or a competitive shooter, you strive for that higher skill level. However, not all skills are purely physical. Shooting well at the upper levels, much like any professional sport, is more mental than physical. What are three of the most useful mental approaches employed by shooting …
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Success is a byproduct of consistency. Whether practicing good situational awareness, defensive tactics or further developing your shooting skills, the secret to getting any better at what you’re doing is to build consistency. How can you build enough consistency to enjoy success? By building good habits. The 2010 performance director …
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When I began carrying a concealed carry handgun on a regular basis in 1996, I had no idea that concealed carry guns would become a top trendinig topic in gun magazines and online media, but times have changed. As an instructor who teaches in a broad spectrum, I see more …
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The Federal Bureau of Investigation has awarded Hornady with a fixed price indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) agreement for 9 mm +P Luger 135-grain Critical Duty ammunition. “Having our 9 mm +P 135-grain Critical Duty selected for two consecutive 9 mm FBI contracts showcases the hard work and dedication our team puts forward …
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Although gun-history aficionados may argue over which of American gun designer John Moses Browning’s ubiquitous firearms is the most influential, there’s no denying the indelible impact the High Power 9 mm pistol has had on modern defensive handgun development. Browning started on the design in the early 1920s, working around …
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