Most people assume that in the event of a self defense shooting their problem ends with the shooting. An armed citizen buys a handgun, trains in its use, earns a carry permit, gets attacked, defends themselves, and survives. It is pretty reasonable to assume that that cycle is over. Unfortunately its not, a new cycle begins where people begin to pick apart the citizens actions, and decide using the benefits of hindsight and comfort what a person did instantly and under the stress of a lethal encounter. Continue reading “What to Do AFTER a Shooting”
The optics industry is working hard at creating well-performing products that will help both beginners and advanced shooters in improving their accuracy. However, the best scopes will dig a pretty big hole in your pocket, and with the cheap ones, it’s difficult to find a diamond in the rough.
By nature, a child likes to play around, do things on their own, sometimes lousy and even think they are old enough. Because all children are different, they exhibit different types of capabilities and skills. Remember, children have great individual variations of temperament, development and behavior.
Continue reading “Guest Post: Top 20 Survival Skills a Kid Should Know”
It’s an age-old question: are bullpups better than conventional rifles? Or is it visa versa?
I have previously talked to a lot of friends about this, and many asked if I was more for bullpups or conventional rifles.
To help readers determine the answer, I have included information on both and what my opinion is about the ultimate debate: Which one is better? Continue reading “Guest Post: Bullpups vs. Conventional Rifles: The Ultimate Debate”