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Chamber Checks

Rule number one when handling firearms is “Treat every weapon as if it were loaded.”

This rule has been hammered in with tales of negligent discharges, property damage and death. In every range I have been to, I have seen holes in the ceiling, grooves in the concrete and other signs of bullets going where they shouldn’t. Is it because of ignorance? Bad technique? Complacency? Why do we find bullet holes in cleaning benches and locker rooms in police stations and military facilities? Surely cops and soldiers know the importance of a chamber check and how to properly execute them. Continue reading Chamber Checks

Mail Call Mondays Season 2 #25 – Training Safely

If you have ever seen those cool Jackie Chan-esq promotional trailers for training companies you have never heard of, learn why they may not be a good investment for your training dollars! This week on Mail Call Mondays!