Below is our firearms dealer email newsletter dated Dec 12, 2018. You can see the range of engaging content we include in every issue. We also offer a shorter New Brief.

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Dec 12, 2018
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Four Things I Carry... Always
Now that I have lived past my teens, well past the age when the Selective Service Commission will hunt me down for induction into the military during some national crisis, I can’t seem to find my old draft card. I used to carry it ...
US Concealed Carry Association
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Trigger Finger Discipline
One of The Four Rules covers your trigger finger. As in, your trigger finger ought not be anywhere near the trigger, unless you are actually ...
America's 1st Freedom
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3 Home Defense Shotgun Myths and 2 Important Realities
Spend ten minutes in a gun store and someone will walk in... ... and ask the so-called "expert" behind the counter, "What is the best ...
Guns Magazine
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Why (& How) Your EDC Should Include a First-Aid Kit
We learn from an early age that flashlights are a really useful tool. We learn that having a first aid kit nearby can ease the everyday pains ...
NRA Family
Get Started In Any Competitive Shooting Discipline
We often get questions from readers about different topics and we publish them from time-to-time. Here's one we received about how to find ...
Shooting Sports USA
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Handgun Handling: It Starts With Stance
After a lifetime of shooting and handling firearms, mostly handguns, I've learned a number of things about the sport, or profession, depending ...
Shooting Illustrated
How to Stay Warm on Stand in the Late Season
I don't see how Jim Bridger did it. It seems like yesteryear's outdoorsmen could withstand the cold better than we can now. Maybe it's because ...
American Hunter
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Gun Safety: Misfires & Hangfires
Last week, we covered squib load malfunctions. This time around, we're going to talk about misfires and hangfires—what they are, and what ...
NRA Family
Home-Defense Planning: Threat Response & Training
A woman is home alone when a strange man enters her house. She immediately runs to the bedroom and retrieves her shotgun. At this point ...
Shooting Illustrated
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Top 20 Things To Know About Tactical Shotguns
Why a tactical shotgun, you may ask? This question comes up all the time. "Do I want 12 gauge or 20? Long or short barrel? Folding stock ...
Guns Magazine
Cartoon
"Mom, Dad, you guys never go out and leave me home alone! Don't you trust me?"
Copyright © Randy Glasbergen
Trivia
In the 1920s and 30s a famous Texas Ranger owned a set of pistols with no what?
See the answer below.
Why You Need To Dry-Fire Practice
If you had 10 pro shooters in a room, and asked each of them what the number one tip is to improve shooting skills, we bet at least nine ...
Shooting Sports USA
What Year Was It?
Gore Concedes Presidential Election
What Year
Vice President Al Gore reluctantly concedes defeat to Texas Governor George W. Bush in his bid for the presidency, following weeks of legal battles over the recounting of votes in Florida.
The day was Dec 13. What year was it?
Quote of the Week
"...the ultimate authority, wherever the derivative may be found, resides in the people alone..."
James Madison
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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