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The Basics of Ballistics

You’ve seen the forensic scientists on television. They use an understanding of science to calculate the direction and velocity of travel. They can identify the type of bullet from the hole it leaves, and even determine where the shooter was standing. They can even shed new light on old mysteries! What you might not have realized is that all this scientific research can be useful to you when shooting.

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Resources, Responsible Gun Owners

The Concealed Carry Reciprocity Map You Have to Try

I normally don’t give concealed carry reciprocity maps much more than a few glances before I quickly decide if they’re worth using as a resource. While I don’t travel often, ending up in a concealed carry-related legal entanglement is the last thing I, or anyone for that matter, want on our plate. Most resources are clunky, contain large blocks of text to sift through for actual useful information, or are simply an eyesore. I have finally found an exception to this. clunky, contain large blocks of text to sift through for actual useful information, or are simply an eyesore. I have finally found an exception to this.

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