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Dynamic Shooting

Dynamic ShootingDynamic Shooting – An Overview

Dynamic shooting is an interesting term, and often misunderstood. First and most importantly people need to understand the difference between dynamic and static shooting.

In reality, these are the two most basic forms of shooting with dynamic compromising tactical, moving, & competition like three gun and IDPA.

Static Shooting can be anything from basic target practice on a square range, to slow fire long range shooting and rifle competitions, as well as skeet and trap shooting. Static shooting is what the majority of us do, as it can be simple plinking or just bulls eye shooting.

Static shooting teaches and reinforces the fundamentals of safety and marksmanship. Static shooting is incredibly important and often underestimated in terms of importance.

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Best Practices for Concealed Carry

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First things first, get educated on your state and federal conceal and carry gun laws. Depending on what state you live in, the laws vary quite a bit.

Some states require a permit to have a gun on you in general, while others require a license just to conceal it on you. Not knowing is not an excuse.

The laws can be somewhat confusing. But before you conceal and carry you need to know what they are. If you are caught not following the law, you could lose you right to carry, or worse, end up in jail.
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Best Firearm Safety Tips

Unloaded GunMany of us shooting sport enthusiasts know well that when it comes to owning, using, cleaning and even storing a gun, there is a great deal of care that must be taken.

With gun ownership comes the responsibility for gun safety, in relation to yourself as well as others. It’s good to freshen up on the rules from time to time.

Below are a few tips and things you should consider to keep yourself safe with firearms.

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Why Firearm Training & Self Defense Training is a Must

Female Shooter Training

Female Shooter Training

There are several reasons people buy firearms, namely for self defense, hunting, and shooting sports (although not necessarily in that order). Today we will address self-defense. There is a wide range of experience levels of those who shoot, ranging from I just shot a gun for the first time , to I’ve been shooting all my life. 

Whether you’re in the former category, or the latter, it never hurts to practice on a regular basis, as the only way to really master something is by repetition.

If you want to get better at shooting (or anything else for that matter), it takes practice, practice, practice. Especially in regards to self-defense, a handgun or rifle is not going to be much use to you in an emergency if you’re not fully confident of how to use it or if you can’t hit anything with it.

Even for the experts who deal with emergencies every day, they will tell you an emergency situation requires significant training to handle properly. When you have significant training, you don’t have to think about acting, you fall back on your training and know instinctively how to respond.

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