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Tomball Pawn is giving away a new Sig M11-A1 Saturday

Tomball Pawn is giving away a brand new Sig M11-A1 this Saturday at their Sig Day! Visit their Facebook Page for more details: https://www.facebook.com/159905880698020/photos/a.898279293527338.1073741829.159905880698020/902056829816251/?type=1&theater

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#chl – You had to use deadly force to stop the threat, now what?

God forbid the day that you have to use deadly force to defend yourself or your family from a deadly threat, but what if you have to? Now what? Are you ready? Do you have qualified legal protection? Even if

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We have enough enemies! Let’s be an example. No open carry.

Despite if it is your right or not, walking down the middle of the street with a long gun (shotgun or rifle)  or pistol strapped to their side might be legal, but it doesn’t make people around your very comfortable.

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Take a friend to the range!

With the up coming holidays, take a friend, a new shooter, to the range and cover their range fee and ammo. Teach someone that shooting can be fun and entertaining. Shooting can be a great activity for a couple, or a

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Learning how to handle recoil – Step 8: Practice, Practice, Practice

Finally, There isn’t a better way to learn how to handle recoil other than practice shooting! Simulators, and Practice pistols help, but they can’t replace going to range and shooting a real gun! Of course, if you are still having

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Learning how to handle recoil – Step 7: Use a Ported Gun

Some manufactures offer pistols with “porting” or small holes toward the end of the barrel that allow some of the gas a pressure to escape before it gets to the end of the barrel. This does reduce the recoil; however,

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Learning how to handle recoil – Step 6: Use a Heavier Grain Bullet

The grain is the weight of the bullet, I find that the heavier the grain of the bullet, the less recoil is perceived. This is because the bullet isn’t traveling as fast. This might not be an option for some

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Learning how to handle recoil – Step 5: Use a lighter Load

This may not be possible for many semi-automatics, but a reduced recoil (less gun powder) cartridge (or round) is a good way to also reduce the recoil. Check your guns manufacture manual before attempting to shoot a reduced recoil round.

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Learning how to handle recoil – Step 4: Use a Heavier Frame

While the alloy frames are nice and light for everyday carry, the lighter frame or chassis does mean that it will not absorb as much of the recoil, which in turns means that you do. Choosing a heavy metal frame,

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Learning how to handle recoil – Step 3: Wear shooting gloves

Learning how to handle recoil – Step 3: Wear shooting gloves Ladies often love this option because they help protect the hands and sometimes the nails. Warning, glove can also interfere, and can some getting used to.

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