HOW TO UNLOAD AND CLEAR YOUR HANDGUN

By our friends at spotterup.com Whether you have decades of experience with firearms or if you are a novice to them, the same rules of safety apply, and for good reason too. The rules of safety are there to protect you and others. My buddy Dan once placed his firearm on his cleaning table and […]

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DO’S AND DON’T OF AMMO STORAGE

By our friends at spotterup.com Whether you just got into handling firearms for the first time or have been handling firearms for a while, it’s a good thing to know how to handle the ammunition that goes along with it. Being able to demonstrate and explain how to handle ammunition in a safe manner builds […]

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AMMUNITION BASICS

by Spotter Up Okay. You go to your local gun show and purchase your first firearm. Now what? You need ammo and see a lot of ammunition on display. What do you do now? Before you purchase any ammunition for your weapon it is important to know the size of your weapon and how you […]

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THE FOUR RULES OF GUN SAFETY

by Spotter Up Jeff Cooper’s Commentaries Volume Two, 1994 pg 43 All guns are always loaded. Even if they are not, treat them as if they are. Never let the muzzle cover anything you are not willing to destroy. (For those who insist that this particular gun is unloaded, see Rule 1.) Keep your finger […]

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A COUPLE OF GUN SAFETY RULES TO KEEP IN MIND

From our friends at Spotterup.com It’s very clear a lot of what people learn about handling firearms comes from watching television shows. One of the things that has always bothered me about the popular show, “the Walking Dead” is how the lead protagonist Rick is continually using his revolver as a finger-pointer. This occurs in […]

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Yellow Sticky Drill

“The Yellow Sticky Drill” At the conclusion of training sessions, I am often asked  for ways to become more accurate with a firearm. One of my favorite training aids to recommend is a drill I like to call “The Yellow Sticky Drill”. To complete this drill, you need only your firearm and a “yellow” (or any […]

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