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Choose a Firearm that Works for You | 5 Calibers for Self Defense | Self Defense Firearms

July 21, 2018 / Comments (0)

Weekly Recap

1. Gun Deals For Summer | 7 Gun Brands With Great Offers

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It’s summer and that means 3 things: vacations, sunburns, and awesome gun deals? It is not unheard of to see a major firearms company “give back” with a rebate or incentive program, but with more companies doing it, we’re all more excited about these slick gun deals! Click to read more

2. 5 Calibers for Self Defense | Self Defense Firearms

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What is the best caliber for self defense? These days, it seems like everybody has an opinion. It seems that all it takes to be an “expert” is to read one article or handle a few weapons. With all the information that is available to us at the tip of our fingers, I prefer to speak to people and gain a first-hand experience on what it is that I am seeking knowledge of. For example, the current subject of what is the best self-defense gun and bullet… Click to read more

3. Merkel Double Rifle | Gun Carrier Rifle Reviews

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The Merkel Double Rifle is one of the leading side-by-side rifles in Europe. This firearm is the preferred weapon of choice even in the most dangerous African wilderness hunt. When it comes to top-class firearms, very few names can stand side-by-side with Merkel rifles. This revered gun-making company in Germany manufactured the Merkel Double Rifle patterned from 28-gauge shotgun frames… Click to read more

4. Is the Glock 43 the Must Have Handgun?

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What makes the Glock 43 special? Like many Glock 26 9mm handgun owners, we chose the 26 for a reason, mostly because of its smaller size compared to the larger 19 or 17 models. That being said, many considered it “fat” and wondered aloud, “Imagine if this could be the same gun, but just slimmer” – for even better conceal-ability. Fast forward to today and we have it: the popular Glock 43 frame chambered in 9mm… Click to read more

5. Can’t Draw From Your Holster at the Range? Range Drills: Part 1

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If you have the luxury of going to a range where you can draw from your holster and fire, consider yourself blessed. Most ranges don’t allow you to draw from a holster unless you’re taking a lesson with a range staffer. There is even more intense safety supervision for holster draw techniques. Speak to your range safety staff about getting an exemption to draw from an outside-the-waistband holster if they put you on a far-end range lane and supervise your holster draw practice… Click to read more


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