Choosing Your First Handgun By Wilburn Roberts The most common question presented to trainers, writers, and the family ‘gun person’ is, “Which handgun should I purchase for personal defense?” The bottom line is dependent upon the shooter and how much or how little time, effort, and training will go into the...Read more
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The Proper Function of Government Guest Editorial by Rep. Karey Hanks What is the “proper function” of government? It is debated on TV, social media and election campaigns. Many people don’t care much, as long as they have gas in the car, a paycheck, food to eat and a little...Read more
Who Supports Conservation? Hunters of Course! By Dave Dolbee Hunting takes more than its share of knocks, by people who do not understand the sport or the contribution hunters make to conservation. Part of that is the fault of hunters and going forward, we need to do a better job...Read more
Springfield Armory® Blog Take Aim: How to Zero in an AR15 Posted by Steve Horsman One of my favorite things in this world is when I get a new gun. And whether it is a rifle or handgun, it’s an equally good day. A very close second “good day” is...Read more
Build Your Own Faraday Cage. Here’s How. by Arthur Bradley Introduction to Faraday Cages There is a great deal of confusion about Faraday cages. Not only about how to build them, but also what they actually protect against. In this article, Dr. Arthur Bradley, author of Disaster Preparedness for EMP...Read more