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PepperBall Mobile combines an LED flashlight and aiming laser with a powerful PepperBall launcher, designed to provide peace of mind and safety to consumers across the globe. The PepperBall Mobile is smaller and sleeker than the Company’s flagship PepperBall LifeLite

* Shooting alone pounds in bad habits. Shooting with peers for critiques makes you better. *50 well planned practice rounds are better than shooting 600 rounds without purpose. *Seek professional training whenever time and finances allow. Use various schools versus repetition at

Negligent discharges are no joke. With a shotgun, things get real very quickly. Everybody hates the rules, especially safety rules. Cool firearms instructors post videos on YouTube breaking the rules. Sometimes, you can bend the rules and get away with

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Hi Shooters, This is a guide for novice shooters, not pros. Although reviewing the basics helps us all. When I think about my own training I end up thinking about a few things: skills, drills, justification, efficiency and gear. I think each

Hi Shooters, Scenarios are an effective tool for training. This is nothing more than creating walk through of a potential occurrence. There are no shortage of stories of soldiers, spies and others imagining possibilities of their missions and training for them.

Here are some ways you can guide your kids when it comes to firearms

By Mikey from RangeUniversity.com Whether you’re training for self-defense, competing at a match, on the silhouette range or plinking with a .22 pistol, six fundamentals of handgun training apply. Fundamentals are the core of developing repeatable and reliable marksmanship. These are the six

by Steven Horsky First thanks for reading what will be the first chapter in an in-depth review of the MantisX system. I purchased the MantisX X10 on July 3rd, 2020 after reading several reviews and in depth review of their website. Their

I see this almost every time I go to a range during public hours… The debate of how far out to put the target. Put it too close and it doesn’t look very “cool.” Put it too far and it would be embarrassing