Rifle-Firing Techniques

Rifle-Firing Techniques: Practicing the Five Fundamentals
Practicing the Five Firing Fundamentals: There are five fundamental elements of rifle firing—aiming, breath control, movement control, trigger control, and follow-through. All of these elements work together as one process and should be practiced together in this way.
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Protecting Your Firearm for Dry-Firing Practice

Protecting Your Firearm for Dry-Firing Practice A great deal of practice is necessary to instill the five firing fundamentals until they become one smooth process. You’ll want to begin by practicing with an unloaded firearm—this is known as dry
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Shooting Tips

Shooting is one of those things that takes knowledge and practice. Sitting around all day playing Call of Duty will not make you good shot. There are a lot of different factors that go into making that perfect shot. A few of things that you need to keep in mind are breathing, distance, and stance. These three things can have a great impact on how you hit your target.
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The History of the AK-47

Many people who play video games know about the AK-47. It is a staple in some of the biggest first person shooters on the market and in some cases it is the highest ranked gun you can get in the game.
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Famous Guns In Cinema History

When we watch a movie we look forward to seeing the hardware that the film will be displaying. You will find that when your favorite action star jumps on to the screen they will be carrying a variety of weapons on them and in some cases we can no longer separate a specific firearm from the person carrying it on screen. Another reason the firearms industry loves these movies is that it is basically a free advertisement piece for them that is guaranteed to sell thousands of their guns. Let's take a look through some cinema history and the guns that blew us away!
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Frequently Asked Questions About AR15 Rifles

Question: What does AR15 stand for? Answer: It stands for Arma Lite Model 15. The AR15 is a popular semi-automatic rifle manufactured by the following companies: Colt, Ambush, Olympic Arms, American Spirit Arms, Rock River Arms, and ArmaLite Inc. The AR 15 usually has a pistol grip (although this was considered an optional accessory until 2004), and a wide variety of customizable options.
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Civilian Models vs Military Spec

This is something that we often hear when we are at gun shows or in the store, “This is the civilian model, but it is as close to the military model as we could make it.” What is the difference between a civilian model and a military model?
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Improve Your Shooting

When you are at the range and you line your gun up down range you want nothing more than to hit center mass on the target, or put the bullet where you want it to hit. You can have all of the best tech, the best weather conditions, and the most expensive gun on the market; but none of that means anything if you don't know how to properly shoot.
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