4 Tips for Gun Owners to Beat Boredom While at Home
By Jacki Billings
While the Coronavirus pandemic has left many of us stuck indoors, that doesn’t mean that we can’t still dedicate some time to our favorite activity — guns. We at Guns.com have gathered together a handful of activities for you to pass the time.
1. Catch up on reading
Brush up on some reading with gun themed books. (Photo: Kristin Alberts/Guns.com)
Practicing social distancing has given many of us time to catch up on reading we might perhaps ignore the rest of the year. If you’re 2020 goal is to be a bit better read, brush the dust off your favorite books or download some new ones to your preferred electronic device. Some of our favorites include The Dry Fire Primer by Annette Evans, Handgun Hunting by Kat Ainsworth and You’re Not Lost if You Can Still See the Truck by Bill Heavey.
2. Invest in dry fire practice
Using a laser pistol like a SIRT, pictured in the hands of trainer Rob Pincus, is a great way to train at home. (Photo: Jacki Billings/Guns.com)
Just because you can’t head to the range doesn’t mean those skills have to deteriorate. Break out that laser trainer pistol or unload your current firearm and put in some dry fire