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Jessie Harrison Secures Victory at USPSA National Championships Jessie Harrison Secures Victory at USPSA National Championships

Jessie Harrison Secures Victory at USPSA National Championships

September 21, 2023
Jessie Harrison Secures Victory at USPSA National Championships, Claiming Ladies Open National Championship Title Bainbridge, GA – Renowned competitive shooter Jessie Harrison has once again demonstrated her exceptional skill and dedication, emerging victorious at the highly competitive USPSA National Championships. Harrison's outstandi...

Meanwhile Back in West Texas

Outdoors
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Bang for your Buck: Small Frame Revolvers

Gear
What’s better than getting more ammo and also saving money? Basically nothing, which is why the Taurus Small Frame Revolvers like the 856 and 605 have the most bang for your buc...

Taurus Today - The 856

Gear
The Taurus 856 is a compact, lightweight, and reliable revolver designed for self-defense and concealed carry purposes. Its history dates back to the early 20th century when Tau...

From a Sow's Ear

Outdoors
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Tools of the Trade: Visible Lasers

Gear
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Building Out Your Armory

Gear
If there’s one thing that firearms enthusiasts love, it’s having even more guns today than they did yesterday. Or, to crib a line from The Matrix: “guns. Lots of guns.” That is ...

Camp Vittles

Outdoors
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Picking a bullet for hunting

Outdoors
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Taurus USA Sponsors the Bianchi Cup’s Production Division

Competition
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Taurus USA Dominates Big 3 Shooting Sports

Competition
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Rise of the Bull Episode Five

Rise of the Bull
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5 Reasons you Need Revolver Speed Loaders

Gear
While revolvers may be considered obsolete by some, they’re also enjoying a resurgence in popularity. That also means that more and more people are buying support gear for...

What Makes the Best EDC Knives?

Gear
What are EDC knives? Well, the answer is right there in the name: Every day carry. To our mind, this can cover a lot of ground. Maybe an EDC knife is for self-defense, or mayb...

Why you Should Have a Good Range Bag

Gear
A range bag is a type of bag that is specifically designed to carry firearms, ammunition, and shooting accessories to the shooting range. Range bags come in various shapes and s...

Tools of the Trade: Do you Need a Weapon Mounted Light?

Gear
A weapon-mounted light is a tactical accessory that is attached to a firearm. Typically mounted on a handgun for home defense or concealed carry provide illumination in low-ligh...

Calling Time

Outdoors
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Concealed Carry with a Tucked-in Shirt

Training
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Impressing Your Gun Store: Do your Homework

Safety
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Concealed Carry Debate: Full Size Vs Micro

Training
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Tools of the Trade: KC’s CCW

Gear
Today we’re taking a look at the concealed carry set up for one of the best competition shooters in the world, our own KC Eusebio. KC’s goal with his EDC is reliability first; ...

My Casull

Outdoors
“What is it with you and extremely old whitetails?” asked David Archer. We were standing next to an ancient 6-point, with a very narrow spread, I had just shot with ...

Impressing Your Gun Store: Testing the Trigger

Safety
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Manual Safety or Not?

Training
One of the constantly raging debates in the concealed carry community is whether or not your carry gun should have a manual safety. Many modern striker fired polymer framed guns...

Conceal Carry Debate: Iron Vs. optic Sights

Training
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