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Rick Swahn
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Dec 11, 2019
The Tactical Reload: A Critical Self-Defense Skill
The tactical reload is a term for topping off your partially empty pistol. It has been termed a method of getting your pistol fully loaded when there is a lull in the fight, but let’s examine the technique a bit further. With …
Shooting Illustrated
5 Reasons You Should Learn Gun Safety (Even If You Don’t Own Guns)
“You wouldn’t believe what happened at the airport the other day,” said a friend of mine in low, confidential tones. “I was flying out to …
NRA Family
American Hunter's 2019 Holiday Gift Guide
The days until Christmas are ticking down, and the frenzy of the holiday shopping season is upon us. No need to panic; the editors …
American Hunter
Top Gifts for Responsible Gun Owners
The top gifts for responsible gun owners aren't always the latest new guns. While some accessories aren't as exciting as a shiny …
4 Qualities Your Concealed Carry Gun Must Have
The sidearm is a piece of emergency-safety equipment carried on the person in anticipation of need and intended to immediately terminate …
Gun Digest
Concealed Carrying Presents Unique Challenges for Women Motorcyclists
Kathrine McGhghy was parking her vehicle outside her apartment in Dallas, Texas, in 1988 when she noticed a car passing by slowly. She …
America's 1st Freedom
Improv Skills: Using 5 Common EDC Tools as Improvised Weapons
The nature and history of combat is the utilization of weaponry, and victory most often goes to those who train with their weaponry …
Doorbell Defense: Be Alert & Aware Before Opening Up
Just recently, a homeowner was awakened from a sound sleep by someone screaming and beating on his front door. Getting up, he went in …
Shooting Illustrated
How Red-Dot Sights Help Aging Eyes (& Everyone Else Too)
My father taught me to shoot when I was five years old, and we've made some great memories together in the field and on the range …
NRA Family
How Do I Know When to Shoot?
I never want to find myself in a critical situation in which I have to pull the trigger on my firearm to protect life. I hope I never …
Trail Camera Tricks for Predator Scouting
If you're yanking trail cameras after deer season, you may be missing out on another benefit of this 24/7 hunting partner: predator …
American Hunter
"My hobbies are scuba diving, fishing and kayaking. Got anything with a flooded basement?"
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In the 1920s and 30s a famous Texas Ranger owned a set of pistols with no what?
See the answer below.
AR-15 Part 1: Myths Dispelled
According to a recent Facebook post by Mark Twain, reports about the AR-15 are greatly exaggerated. It's …
America's 1st Freedom
What Year Was It?
Pocahontas Marries John Rolfe
What Year
Pocahontas, daughter of the chief of the Powhatan Indian confederacy, marries English tobacco planter John Rolfe in Jamestown, Virginia.
The day was Dec 11. What year was it?
Quote of the Week
"Necessity is the plea for every infringement of human freedom. It is the argument of tyrants; it is the creed of slaves."
William Pitt
Trivia Answer
In the 1920s and 30s a famous Texas Ranger owned a set of pistols with no what?
Answer: Triggers. The guns are fired by cocking and releasing the hammers.
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