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Survival Life: 11 Things You Need to Know if You Are New to Shooting

Your first trip to the shooting range can be nerve-wracking if you are an inexperienced shooter. There are a lot of variables that go into shooting. Stance, shooting position, gun weight, finger placement and other factors can drastically effect the accuracy and quality of your shooting. If you’re new to shooting, it can be overwhelming. Lucky…

Survival Blog: Range Brass to Finished Cartridge – Tips for the Ubiquitous .223 Cartridge by RW Part 1

One of the ways I have saved money in the past, to make room in my budget for other prep items, is by learning to load my own ammunition. I love capitalism, as I believe competition breeds innovation and competitive pricing and usually provides the consumer with a variety of options from which to choose.…

Former Army Sniper has Four Vital Tips to Make You a Better Shooter and an Uncensored Message for Disgusting Coward Michael Moore

Nick Betts is a seasoned combat veteran. He’s served three tours of duty — a total of 36 months — in Iraq and Afghanistan as an Army recon sniper. He’s even going back for more, returning soon to Iraq as a contracted sniper in Baghdad. Betts was in the Iraqi city of Ramadi in 2006…