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Tips for First Timers at the Shooting Range

Tips for First Timers at the Shooting Range

March 20, 2019

You think to yourself, the range is full of experts who know exactly what they’re doing, and they’re going to know straight away that you’re a newbie. That may or may not be the case, but the chances are that there’ll be others there like you, who are experiencing it for the first time. Hey, we all have to get our feet wet at some point, right?
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A Shooter’s Guide to Rifle Scopes

A Shooter’s Guide to Rifle Scopes

March 13, 2019

Metallic weapon sights have been around since the invention of rifles, and they’ve been a very important aspect of them. However, rifle scopes are quickly becoming more and more popular, and prominent, each and every day. And why not? They make aiming the gun at the target much easier.
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A Guide to Hearing Protection for Shooters

A Guide to Hearing Protection for Shooters

March 12, 2019

One of the two most important pieces of shooting range gear is ear protection. Gunshots have the capability of reaching up to 175 decibels (dB) which can cause major damage to eardrums and hearing. In fact, permanent hearing loss can happen around 140 dB, or the equivalent of a small-caliber rifle. Larger caliber rifles exceed even that. That’s why it is extremely important to take the necessary safety precautions to protect your ears and hearing.

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Preparing for a Car Breakdown

Preparing for a Car Breakdown

March 01, 2019

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How to Avoid Getting a Flat

How to Avoid Getting a Flat

February 21, 2019

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The Essentials of a Road Emergency Kit

The Essentials of a Road Emergency Kit

February 19, 2019

From a dead car battery to a flat tire, or even a fender bender, travelling the roads—whether to and from work, on a vacation, or to see the kids—always brings with it the possibility of an emergency situation. That’s unfortunate, but true. There’s only so much that you can control when driving; however, one of the things that you can, in fact, control is your level of preparedness for those roadside emergency situations that we all hope we never have to face.
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How to Change a Tire

How to Change a Tire

February 15, 2019

For anyone who drives, knowing how to change a flat tire is a necessary skill. However, it’s also one that many people don’t know how to perform. It can be confusing, overwhelming, and scary. Nowadays, many of us have roadside emergency assistance to rely on, but there may come a time when your only option is to change that flat yourself. 
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Why Carry a First Aid Kit in Your Car?

Why Carry a First Aid Kit in Your Car?

February 13, 2019

When an emergency situation arises, we expect that EMTs and first responders will arrive quickly and provide assistance if needed. But in truth, you are actually your own first responder. And you are the one who can take immediate action when needed.
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Useful Things You Might Forget in a Road Emergency Kit

Useful Things You Might Forget in a Road Emergency Kit

February 06, 2019

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Planning for Your Spring Road Trip

Planning for Your Spring Road Trip

January 31, 2019

As the long, cold winter days drag on, it’s only natural to start dreaming about that upcoming, spring road trip. You know spring, when the flowers start blooming, the leaves pop out on the trees, longer days filled with warming sun and cool breezes, blue skies, and a refreshing beginning.
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How to Build a Complete Road Emergency Kit

How to Build a Complete Road Emergency Kit

January 28, 2019

The perfect road emergency kit probably doesn’t exist, because there is no way to stock every conceivable item you may need in any given situation you face while on the road. Instead, the best course of action is to tailor your emergency kit to your specific needs and challenges.
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How to Light a Flare

How to Light a Flare

January 22, 2019

 It’s extremely dark out and you can see headlights in the distance. You’re going to have to put on the spare tire so you can make it home, but doing so requires you to work in the dark on the shoulder of the road, a potentially dangerous situation at any time, but even more so when there is little light. What you need are emergency road flares, a highly effective tool for warning other motorists of your situation and to be cautious.
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