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Difference Between a Single or Double Stack Magazine? Concealing, Binding, Recoil, Weight, Amount of Ammunition, Ease of Shooting & More

Published on January 28, 2018

When choosing the right handgun for you, you need to decide if you want to have a single stack or double stack magazine. It all comes down to personal preference in what you are looking for in your handgun. Shooting Range Industries is here to talk about some benefits to both of them. Difference Between … Continued

Firearm Jamming Problems; Causes of Pistol Failure to Feed, Hang Fire & Other Gun Jams

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Unless you have formal training or exposure to firearms, on the range you have likely experienced a jam of some kind. Often used to refer to several different firearms malfunctions you may run into on the range, a “jam” is broad term. There are a number of reasons as to why a gun can malfunction … Continued

First Time at Shooting Range? Proper Indoor & Outdoor Gun Range Etiquette & Rules for Beginners

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Many new gun owners will want to brush up their skills when handling a new firearm. This isn’t only fun but is essential to gun ownership. You must know how your firearm functions and what it feels like when fired. You never want to use your firearm for protection and not know what to expect … Continued

Fundamentals & Techniques for How to Become a Better Pistol Shooter & Improve Your Grouping; Sight Picture, Alignment, Trigger Control, Grip & More

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There is more to gun ownership than passing the background checks at the time of sale, or acquiring a concealed carry permit. There is a great deal of responsibility that comes with it. One of those responsibilities is having a good aim and grouping. In the event you need to draw your gun in self … Continued

Homemade Bullet Traps & Construction of Shooting Range Backstops for Plinking Guns

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Many avid shooters have air guns in different forms, whether they use them for plinking or applied exercises. Where weapons such as airsoft, BB guns, or pellet guns can easily be taken, most choose to shoot these non-lethal guns in their own designated area. To contain the projectiles for easy cleanup or evidence removal, people … Continued

How Often Should You Practice Shooting Your Gun at the Range to Maintain Firearm Skills?

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Shooting is a perishable skill; if you don’t use it, you lose it. There is a reason why law enforcement and military personnel are required to go to the range. Many carriers do not know how often they should go to the range to continuing honing their skills. The concise answer, is as often as … Continued

How to Improve Handgun Shooting Accuracy & Become a Better Shot with a Pistol

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Law enforcement, military, and security officials are not the only ones who can benefit from improving their aim when shooting a pistol. Those who chose to carry concealed, indulge in handgun related competitions and other hobbies can as well. Having a well placed aim is ideal no matter what application you use it for. With … Continued

How to Store Guns in Safe; Long Term Gun Storage Oil, Firearm Cleaning Gloves & More

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Moisture is one of the primary elements that ruins guns. To keep the safe in a dry environment, there are a number of dehumidifiers available. There are wireless, rechargeable units that are a common favorite. These amazing units house desiccant beads that will pull moisture right out of the air. Once these desiccant beads are … Continued

Importance of Being Aware of Your Surroundings for Safety; Don’t Have Tunnel Vision!

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It seems that if you turn on the news you are sure to see a situation that has arisen where someone has been injured or attacked. These situations cannot always be stopped before the moment it occurs and that is why it is crucial to know what you can do. If you are able to … Continued

Indoor Shooting Ranges; Dimensions, Hogan’s Alley, Live Fire Firearms Training Simulator & More

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Indoor ranges generally provide shooting distances to about 25 yards. Some stretch out to 50 yards, but indoors there a few the go beyond 50 yards. Some handgun indoor ranges are no more than 10 yards. Hogan’s Alley Shooting Range For law enforcement and deploying military various ranges are prepared to train for entry, building … Continued