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Another Reason To Carry Your Flashlight

From podcast listener Wesley about the Gear That Doesn’t Suck segment we’ve been doing on the podcast: Lucas, thanks for “gear that doesn’t suck.” Got a StylusLight Pro several weeks ago based on your comments. Friday night out pig hunting in Florida we were after one my friend wounded. Had the StylusLight with me. Short version. The wounded pig charged me out of the dark and I couldn’t get my rifle up in time. Shined …

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GRNC Exposes Sheriffs Pistol Permit Scheme

Yesterday GRNC sent out an alert that linked to the NC Sheriffs Association report on Pistol Purchase Permits. The results of the NCSA report are worse than I had imagined. I don’t have anything more to say that GRNC didn’t already say, so check out their alert on the subject here. This is why we need to pass HB562…

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Feedback Requested on the Triangle Tactical Dryfit Shirts

If you ordered from the latest run of dryfit shirts, how do you like it? I had a chance to wear mine on Saturday and I was impressed, but I want to hear from the rest of the folks that bought them as well. If you bought one, how do you like it? I got the blue shirt, Luke got the red. I think he made the right choice. #idpa A photo posted by TriangleTactical.net …

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Jesse Tishauser Knows that Skills>Tools

The other day, 3Gun Nation Pro Series competitor Jesse Tishauser posted some pictures on Instagram of his new SVI Infinity “Panty Dropper” pistol. View this post on Instagram SVI Infinity Range Time #IGGunslingers #gun #guns #gunporn #2A #2ndamendment #infinityfirearms #igmilitia #Gunsdaily #Gunsdaily1 #weaponsdaily #weaponsfanatics #sickguns #sickgunsallday #defendthesecond #dailybadass #weaponsfanatics #gunsofinstagram #gunowners #worldofweapons #tacticallife #gunfanatics #gunslifestyle #gunsbadassery #gunspictures #bossweapons #carsandguns #pantydropper A post shared by Jesse Tischauser (@jesse_tischauser) on Jun 10, 2015 at 6:35pm PDT The …

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Three Shocking Quotes About The San Francisco Gun Law Rulings! You Won’t Believe #2!

Okay, okay, hyperbolic headlines out of the way, there’s been a lot of that going around. Exhibit A: BREAKING: Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Hollow Point Ammo Ban!1 So, what actually happened? Six years ago, in May 2009, suit was brought against the City of San Francisco, objecting to two provisions of their municipal code: one to ban sales of hollow point ammo within the city, and the other to require guns be locked …

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We’re on Action Shooting Radio!

Ben and I were interviewed on the latest episode of Action Shooting Radio. We talk about practice and more specifically how to stay motivated to practice and get better. Click here to listen, ya hoser!

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Texas Will Gain Open Carry

Well, that’s what Texas Governor Greg Abbot has to say: Open Carry just passed in both the Texas House & Senate. Next destination: My Pen. #txlege #tcot @NRA — Greg Abbott (@GregAbbott_TX) May 29, 2015 Congrats Texans! My question is: Will the Texas OC groups go away now?

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3-Gun Dump Buckets

Over the weekend a video appeared (and subsequently seems to have been scrubbed from the internet) of a competitor safely dumping his pistol in a dump bucket that was resting on a blue barrel during a 3-gun stage, and as he moved from the position the dump bucket fell off of the barrel allowing the pistol to tumble out, earning the shooter a disqualification from the match. In response to the first video, the folks …

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USPSA GM Blake Miguez turns State Representative, Gets Gun Safety Bill Passed

This is too cool: “The goal is to save children’s lives and protect our youth,” explained bill sponsor, Rep. Blake Miguez, R-Erath. Miguez is a competition shooter and former contestant on the History Channel’s Top Shot television program. Miguez’s legislation, HB 446, allows for public school districts to allocate time and funding to administer gun safety lessons modeled after the National Rifle Association’s Eddie Eagle GunSafe program and fold such instruction into existing curriculum. Forget …

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