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  1. Top Choices When Buying Gun Stocks and Accessories

    When it comes to weapon stocks and stock accessories, you've got a world of customization options.  Since gun stocks can serve so many different purposes, there is a huge variety to choose from.  There's no one right choice for any person, and in some cases, it's even best to have several in your bag. Here are just a few of your...
  2. How Using A Gun Sling Improves Your Weapon's Handling

    What if we told you that one of the best and most effective accessories for your weapon is a simple strap?  People often overlook the benefits of weapon slings or see them only as an optional way to carry a weapon.  However, the truth is that a good gun sling can be a multipurpose tool which can significantly improve your...
  3. Gun Flashlights & Flashlight Mounts: Choosing the Best One for Your Weapon

    Sometimes you're in a situation where you need to shine a little light on your target - literally.  Flashlights go hand-in-hand (or barrel-with-barrel) with weaponry.  While they do make you easier to spot, sometimes you just can't afford to go in blind.  Attaching a gun flashlight to your weapon allows you to keep a hand free while ensuring that you're...
  4. Guide to Buying Magazines & Magazine Accessories for Guns

    If you find that your aim isn't as good as it could be, you don't need to be a better shot... you just need to shoot more bullets! We kid, of course.  The solution to bad aim is practice.  However, there's still something to be said for having plenty of ammo ready to fire, particularly if you think you're going...
  5. Recoil Reduction: Why It’s So Important for Your Weapon

    One of the most basic laws of physics is… "For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction." When you fire a bullet from a firearm of any size, it creates substantial backwards force, or recoil.  Managing recoil reduction is critical for proper aiming, fast shooting, and overall mastery of a weapon. The most immediate problem with recoil is...
  6. Buttpads, Buttstocks, and Cheek Risers...OH MY!

    Stability is everything when you're trying to hit your target, and the right accessories for your stock can make all the difference! Many longer guns already come with a stock, allowing it to nestle into your shoulder for added stability when aiming and firing.  In other situations, it's possible to add a stock to weapons that didn't originally have one...
  7. Self-Illuminating Gun Sights: Everything You Need to Know

    For many weapons enthusiasts, nothing beats a great pair of iron sights.  In fact, even if you utilize optics on your weaponry, most people recommend having a good Backup Iron Sight (BUIS) in your bag, just in case something goes wrong with the high tech sight. The primary concern with iron sights, however, is that they don't work in the...
  8. How to Choose the Best Foregrip for Your Weapon

    Stability is critical when firing a rifle, which is why finding the right foregrip for your shooting style is essential.  Rather than simply gripping the barrel, a good foregrip gives you extra stability and control of the weapon.  They're a must-have if you're planning on firing off a lot of rounds. There's no single "best" gun foregrip, and there are plenty...
  9. Weaver Rails vs Picatinny Rails: What are the Differences?

    When you're mounting accessories onto just about any firearm, you need a rail.  Rail systems are versatile mounting brackets designed to be standardized and capable of holding a variety of accessories.  Foregrips, scopes, lights, and more can all be attached to rails. However, as with most semi-standardized systems, there are still compatibility issues to deal with.   The two most common...
  10. Choosing the Right Holster for Your Weapon

    If you plan on carrying a handgun on your person, then few decisions are more important than choosing the right holster.  You need a holster which is comfortable to wear, will safely protect your firearm and - of course - provides easy access when you need it.  There are a lot of gun holsters to choose from, so how do you...

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