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What They Don’t Tell You About Silencers

Whether you’re hunting or doing it as a hobby, handling a gun is way different from using a crossbow or recurve bow. It isn’t only about the positioning and the way you aim at a target, but by the sound as well! Not only does a gun have recoil, but it creates a rather loud “bang”. Many movies and television shows would have us think that handling a gun’s noise isn’t a huge deal. But let me tell you this: You WILL need to take precaution and acquaint yourself with how to handle the sound. This is where a suppressor plays an important role.

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How to Buy A Quality Thermal Scope

A thermal scope can be a great addition when you’re hunting. A thermal scope can make sure that you’re getting the best sight of the game that you’re trying to hunt. You might think about using them mostly at night when you can’t see, but they can be used at any point and time that other visual aids cannot help. In order to help you know how to buy a quality thermal scope, we are giving you a guide on what to look for in the scope.

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Holosun Red Dot Sights – Budget Aimpoint?

When I first started getting into red dot sights, there were three major manufacturers everyone wanted: Aimpoint, EOTech and Trijicon. I personally preferred Aimpoint and Trijicon, because their battery life far exceeded that of EOTech. The only problem was I preferred EOTech’s reticle over Aimpoint and Trijicon. I ultimately purchased an Aimpoint PRO and still love it, but I always wished there was an optic with Aimpoint battery life and an EOTech reticle. Holosun has done just that with many of their red dot sights.

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Is The Urban Carry 2 Concealed Carry Holster Right for You?

The Urban Carry 2 concealed carry holster is advertised as a revolutionary way to comfortably carry your gun, regardless of whether you’re sitting or standing. The holster is designed so that pulling the top flap up forces your pistol to emerge from the holster, so you can retrieve it with your other hand. Naturally, my curiosity overtook me and I ordered one for $65, to try out on my Walther PPQ M2.

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