Scopes For Beginners: Parallax Adjustment

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Many talented shooters will never nail a sub-MOA group due not to their skill, but to misunderstanding a scope‘s parallax adjustment and what it’s for. Hint: it ain’t “side focus.”…

Everyday Concealed Carry Dress for Success – Guns For Beginners

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Ideally we’d all carry our handguns openly on our hip, out there loud and proud for all the world to see. But due either to legal restrictions or the desire…

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Three Top Tips for Women Buying Their First Handgun: Guns for Beginners

In the video below, a female gun seller tells the female God family and guns vlogger her top tips for first-time female gun buyers. Just amongst us girls, Maggie at Blue…

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5 Common Mistakes Good Guys Make In Self-Defense Situations

We all know deadly force is justified when faced with an imminent, credible threat of death or grievous bodily harm. And yet armed self-defenders often make dumb mistakes in the heat of…

How To Learn the Four Gun Safety Rules FAST: Guns for Beginners

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After years of eschewing the gun world into which her husband has delved, and delved deeply, Dan’s wife JZ has the long rage shooting bug. Bad. And that’s good! The…

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Not Your Typical Noob: Teaching a Blind Man to Shoot

Reader Michael E. writes: As a Second Amendment enthusiast and gun owner, I do my best to educate as many people as I can about firearms and everything surrounding them…

Col Benjamin Findley (not shown) writes [via ammoland.com]

1) When you grab or acquire a mag from the pouch or insert it into a mag well, always index and guide it into place by extending your support-hand index finger on the front strap of the mag;

2) Always safely keep the gun’s muzzle pointed downrange or slightly up to the air on your right side, while grabbing the mag from the pouch and performing the reload . . .

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Nine Magazine and Reload Tips: (And One From Rob Pincus)

Col Benjamin Findley (not shown) writes [via ammoland.com] 1) When you grab or acquire a mag from the pouch or insert it into a mag well, always index and guide…