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A South Carolina woman used her handgun last week to defend her home and her three sleeping children against a burglar who had broken into her front door. Security camera footage shows Cecil Charles Parnell, 43, along with an unidentified woman, attempting to break into the home owned by Ashley Jones. Jones told WSPA she heard banging on her front door and two people speaking on the porch.
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"If other people kill us, we will make (soldiers) go to their place forever. That's basically how Americans learn geography now," he added. "But if we kill each other, we do nothing."
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FN America is releasing a commercial variant of their Mk 20 called the FN SCAR 20S. Built for SOCOM, the 20S is a precision has a 1 MOA accuracy guarantee.
When and why coyotes use cover and how it relates to their comfort zones is an often overlooked aspect of coyote hunting. Understanding this concept and applying it properly will turn your normal morning-only hunt into an all-day coyote killing thump fest!
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Hunting for black bear just isn't the same without the help of trained hounds. They're efficient, intense, and make any bear hunt more likely to succeed.
To Mel Bernstein, owner of Dragon Arms in Colorado Springs, storing an AR-15 in a synagogue is as common sense as any other safety measure. And in the wake of a massacre in Pittsburg that left 11 Jews dead, he’s putting his money where his mouth is. “I don’t really like what’s going on in the country,” he told KOAA. “And I’m offering them a free AR-15 rifle with two magazines and 100 bullets.”
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When opportunity knocks, it's wise to open the door—especially when it comes to mule deer. The hunt may be hard, but good advice on locations and attention to weather can improve your odds.
Carrying a firearm without having the skill to use it effectively and safely can result in unintended consequences like injured bystanders, legal action and serious repercussions for our families.
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One Stanford University School of Medicine's researcher's curiosity may lead to breakthrough treatments for bone injury and diseases. It all started with a trip to the Denali National Park in Alaska.
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The Wyoming Outdoorsmen, a nonprofit group, recently planned, hosted and executed a program to mentor first-time hunters. Aptly named, First Hunt, the program taught shooting, safety and hunting skills to new hunters.
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Dogs may be “man’s best friend,” but not because of their marksmanship. A 74-year-old man in New Mexico was shot by one of his dogs last week while he and his three canine hunting companions were out pursuing jackrabbits near Las Cruces, according to local media.
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Glock has course-corrected with the new Glock 19 Gen5 MOS FS, answering customer complaints with improvements and making what may be the best Glock ever.
SIG's M400 TREAD is moderately-priced premium rifle which gives the consumer the freedom to tailor the rifle to their application and budget. The extensive TREAD line delivers with the sheer number of upgrade options as well as in terms of quality.
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Stern Defense makes great AR magazine well adapters and conversion kits which turn your AR Lower into a Pistol Caliber Carbine. They come in 9mm versions for Glock, Beretta and M&P magazines, but the one that caught my eye uses S&W M&P .45 ACP mags and installs in seconds.
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On a recent South Texas hunt with the Nosler M48 Handgun, the Burris 3-12 let me see well enough to shoot right up to dark and then several minutes beyond. It took some good bouncing around, in hunting blinds and vehicles, and held zero.
A first-time bowhunt for pronghorns. Throw in a bit of hubris and a couple of small mistakes, and here's a list of do's and do-not's for your next hunt.
Some hate the idea of appendix inside waistband–carry (AIWB). But the PHLster holster is a game-changer, and may even convince a few of the naysayers.
It reads the temperature. It measures the altitude. It senses the pressure. It computes the angle. And of course, it lasers the range. Zeiss' New Victory RF meets a lot of needs in one package.
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My rifle features a 24-inch stainless fluted barrel with a 1-in-9 rate of twist. It’s factory threaded for a muzzle brake or suppressor and comes with a thread protector installed. The action is stainless and boasts a 3-position, model 70 type wing safety, a Mauser controlled-round-feed claw extractor, and a magazine capacity of four.
It may have been ugly, almost impossible to cock, and "rubbish, really," but the PIAT gun was also a fierce weapon against Nazi tanks.
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