Finding the Right Tactical Firearms Instructor

Finding the Right Tactical Firearms Instructor

When applying for a concealed-carry permit, many states require the successful completion of an approved firearms training course and the issuance of an instructor certificate. If your priority is to acquire the training necessary to adequately defend yourself against...
Everything You Need To Know About CPL Classes in Michigan

Everything You Need To Know About CPL Classes in Michigan

If you’re among the many new gun owners planning to get a Michigan CPL, you will be joining more than 675,000 Michiganders and 20 million Americans nationwide who have their own carry licenses. Learn about the Michigan CPL and who is eligible to receive one, what you...
How to Find the Best CPL Training Near Me

How to Find the Best CPL Training Near Me

In Michigan, a concealed pistol license (CPL) allows you to carry a concealed handgun legally for lawful purposes, such as self-defense outside the home. As of 2017, Michigan had issued more than 675,000 concealed pistol licenses to qualified applicants, reflecting...
CAN YOU LEGALLY OWN A SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE?

CAN YOU LEGALLY OWN A SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE?

If you’re a new gun owner, you may have realized that firearm terminology and jargon are vast and sometimes confusing. Many people, including lawmakers and politicians, often misuse some of these terms without fully understanding their proper definitions, particularly...
REVOLVER VS. SEMI-AUTOMATIC – WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES?

REVOLVER VS. SEMI-AUTOMATIC – WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES?

Handguns come in various configurations, from single-shot pistols to derringers, but the two most common types are the revolver and the semi-automatic pistol. Revolving firearms have existed in one form or another since at least the 17th century. The modern revolver...
IS OLD SHOTGUN AMMO SAFE TO SHOOT?

IS OLD SHOTGUN AMMO SAFE TO SHOOT?

Cartridge-firing shotguns have existed since the 1860s. The most popular shotgun shell size in the United States, the 12 gauge, is still commonly used today, even after nearly 160 years of continuous existence. In theory, shotgun shells produced 50 years, 75 years, or...
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