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Bachelor's and Master's degrees; Graduate Practical Firearms Training, Handgun levels 1, 2, and 3, and Tactical Carbine; Kukiwan certified Ildan black belt.
Multiple trophies from various tactical pistol competitions.
The study of the gun is a modern martial art. People do not need to be victims unless they choose to be.
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When it comes to self defense equipment, the holster you use is as important as the handgun you carry in it.
As you know, the Mini 14 is a utility, rather than a precision rifle. Once a precision rifle is set up, people are very skitterish about touching them since once never knows what might open up groups
Unfortunately, it's just an issue of supply and demand. People afraid of an ammunition shortage, buy up everything that becomes available. I've seen the cycle before: the mfg companies will ramp up to
Although most anything can work in a pinch for lubricating a firearm, I would recommend that you get some lubricant made specifically for firearms to clean and lubricate it. There are many on the market
OK, that makes more sense now. This from the website "The Truth About Guns:" "The front sling mounting point is problematic for bipods. Itís suitable for some of the more expensive bipods, but if youíre
I'm not really sure why you are saying that you can't attach a bipod to the stud that comes with the rifle. If the reason is that you'd like that stud free for a sling, most better bipods (and even some
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