Category Archives for Guest Posts

7 Tips On How To Stay Safe In The Forest

Safety should always be our top priority whether indoors or outdoors. The outdoors, no matter how majestic they seem to be, is also full of dangerous elements that could hurt you if you’re not careful. Thus, the most efficient way of preventing mishaps is to prepare ahead for the trip – know the area, watch the weather forecast, pack adequate food and water, and make sure your body’s in tiptop condition. Here are some tips on how to stay safe in the forest to further help you out.Continue reading

6 Tips on How to Camp Alone Safely

I. Introduction

Camping solo is a pleasurable and unique experience. There are several reasons as to why people go camping alone. Perhaps you want to camp alone because of the privacy and silence it offers or maybe because your friends can’t make it with you and are forced to cancel at the last moment.Continue reading

How to get into handgun hunting?

Guest Post by Brandon Cox

Handgun hunting is really where the rubber meets the road. This is the intersection of where the advantage of the gun you’re holding starts to fade away and your skills as a hunter begin to take a more prominent role in whether or not you’re going to punch your tag.Continue reading

How Shooting Affects Your Hearing

As responsible gun owners, we all know that gun safety is non-negotiable and to be enforced at all times. But how seriously do you take your health into consideration when you go shooting at the gun range or when you are out hunting?

A lot of us realize that the loud noise from shooting a firearm can cause damage to our hearing, but is the protection that we are wearing sufficient? For example, a lot of folks will wear some basic earplugs when shooting and some serious shooters will wear earmuffs.Continue reading

On the range: A beginners guide to firearms safety

One of the favorite pastimes for many Americans is that of sports shooting and hunting. In this article, we will focus on sports shooting and range safety as it pertains to beginners. Under the 2nd Amendment in the United States constitution, it states that “the right to bear arms shall not be infringed upon.” While this means that every U.S. citizen has the constitutional right to own a firearm it doesn’t mean that he or she shouldn’t have the proper training.Continue reading

Protect Your Home Without Firearms

No one wants to think about an armed or unarmed intruder entering their home. However, according to the US Department of Justice, between 2003 and 2007, more than 3.7 million burglaries occurred every single year on average. More than a million burglaries took place while the homeowner or some other individual was present. In more than 266,000 of these cases, the person who was at home during the burglary became a victim of a violent crime.Continue reading

The Proper Ways on How to Hold and Shoot a Rifle

The best shooting experience and skills do not only depend on the equipment and accessories you have. It also requires discipline and proper body positioning. Thus, it is still best to learn the proper ways on how to hold and shoot a rifle. Continue reading

Defining the Shooter & Spotter Relationship

Placing crosshairs on a trophy animal over 500 yards away can be difficult — locking in a target 1000 yards away is even harder. Factor in wind and uncomfortable shooting positions and you quickly realize how valuable having a reliable spotter by your side can be to a successful shot.Continue reading