One of the most frustrating experiences can be realizing that you have misplaced your keys. Especially when you are already running behind for the day. There was a time when you would have to drop everything to search the entire house for them. If your anything like myself, you have purchased an alar...
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Ammunition is always great to have on hand. Ammunition is also an investment. With the price of ammo skyrocketing in the last few years, people have been buying it up like it is going out of style when they see good deals. With that being said, the majority of gun owners have hundreds and thousands o...
Drop leg holsters are first and foremost designed for use in the field by the military or law enforcement as it allows them to spread their gear over a bigger cross-section of the body, making it easier to carry. Also, by using a thigh holster it allows the person to draw their firearm far quicker th...
When it comes to making a big purchase, it is not uncommon to take a step back and think to yourself, “Do I really need this?” when it comes to buying a safe, however, more often than not the answer is a resounding yes. Everyone has something that they want to protect. We all have something so valua...
Crossbow owners have a new sense of freedom while using a crossbow case. Originally, crossbows were carried over the shoulder with nothing around them for protection. Although some owners of a crossbow still carry without the protection of a case, at some point in their life, they'll wish that they h...
Despite public opinion, gun racks are not meant to take the place of "don't mess with me" bumper stickers. They are simply a way to get your guns safely from one place to another. When your transporting a long-barreled gun from place to place the last thing you want is to have it rolling around on th...
When owning a firearm, there are a lot of rules, regulations, and safety codes that have to be followed and most of the time, self-taught. In today’s society, the only real classes available for any sort of firearm training, for the public, is hunter’s safety and concealed carry courses. The majority...
If you haven't been living under a rock, it is likely that you have watched the news lately. With an increased spotlight on gun safety and education, it is important to ensure that your guns are well taken care of and stored properly. Depending on where you live, storing your firearms in a gun safe m...
What hides in your safe is by far valuable. Managing your guns has never been more important. If you have gun knowledge, you are aware that guns are actually pretty fragile. Guns require a lot of maintenance, including cleaning and keeping dry. Imagine having hundreds of dollars worth of damaged equi...
Hunting can be enjoyable, but also dangerous in many ways. It requires an array of weaponry and a certain vulnerability as you brave territories that may be hostile toward you, due to the predatory or self-defensive animals and even people who may try to take advantage of your relative isolation from...
Gun safes are more than just a piece of hardware, they are a vital storage solution for your most prized possessions – your firearms. It's one of the most essential and efficient storage spaces that keep your firearms and guns stored in a secure container. However, many states don’t require your fire...