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11 MUST Have Things For Your Range Bag

By: Jason Hanson The other day, I realized it’s been quite a while since I’ve written about the items in my shooting range bag (that are always changing). And because I’ve gotten a lot of questions about this recently from new shooters, I thought I’d share the list with you today. Keep in mind, because…

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What Your Wife Must Know About Stopping An Intruder

  My wife is a lawyer, but she no longer practices law. Instead, she’s chosen to stay at home with our two kids. That’s why the question below is near and dear to me, and why I want to write about it today. “Hi Jason, My greatest fear, and one I think about often, is…

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Tell Your Neighbors You’re Carrying?

Tell Your Neighbors You’re Carrying? Jason Hanson Picture this… Your wife is a social butterfly (you are not) who loves to have people over for dinner and who loves to go to other people’s houses for various social occasions. So one day at church your wife invites a couple over for dinner. They’re not too…

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Double Action or Double/Single Action Gun?

Jason Hanson One of my favorite times of year will be here soon – the annual SHOT Show in Las Vegas. This year, like every other, there will be firearm manufacturers releasing dozens of new guns and I’ll walk through their booths wishing I were a billionaire, just like I do every year. Some of…

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Why Carry?

186,873 Reasons to Carry a Gun Jason Hanson Picture this scenario… You’re a police officer in Florida who pulls someone over for speeding. You run the driver’s information and it comes back that he’s wanted in Pennsylvania for sexually assaulting a 14-year old girl. You call the Philadelphia police department who issued the warrant and…

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Case Study: Situational Awareness

Case Study: Situational Awareness Jason Hanson Two weeks ago, I got the following note from a fellow named Jared Bailer… Jason, I was in your class in LV last month and learned a lot. I wanted to share with you what happened the other day and how your training kept me from what I think…

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7 Rules for Pocket Carry

Top 7 Rules of Pocket Carry Jason Hanson Over the past decade, the popularity of “pocket guns” has exploded and it’s safe to say that more people are carrying guns in their pocket (instead of on their hip) than ever before. I count myself among this group of people, as you’ll frequently find me with…

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When Can I Use Physical or Deadly Force?

Under certain circumstances you may use physical force, and possibly even deadly force in defense of yourself or a third person. 18-1-704. Use of physical force in defense of a person (1) Except as provided in subsections (2) and (3) of this section, a person is justified in using physical force upon another person in…

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New Jersey’s ‘Smart Gun’ Law

N.J. ‘smart gun’ law may be reversed; South Jersey gun sellers oppose law Joe Green/South Jersey Times 5/12/2014, 5:00:00 AM Bob Viden Sr., owner of Bob’s Little Sport Shop, about gun permits at his family’s shop in Glassboro, Feb. 22, 2013. Viden explains how the system has become overloaded with applications for permits. (Staff Photo…

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Tips for Hiding Your Guns

Check Out Beretta’s HORRIBLE Tips For Hiding Guns in Your Home! (via Americans Against The Tea Party) Every gun-toting member of the NRA understands the importance of security, if not safety, when it comes to protecting firearms from would-be intruders, curious little fingers or legislators. To that end, Beretta, the Italian gun manufacturer, has compiled…

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