Posted April 8, 2015 3:00 pm by Comments

By Robert Farago

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I’m not a big fan of indoor gun ranges. Armed self-defenders should train to move then shoot. Move and shoot. Move, shoot, move, shoot. Indoor or “square ranges” confine shooters to lanes with less room than a kid’s room closet. Most prohibit drawing from concealment. And rapid fire. Get thee to an outdoor range! That said, indoor ranges are convenient and fun. They’re an excellent place to learn the tano kubwa of firearms basics: safety, grip, stance, breathing and trigger control. But they can be extremely intimidating for beginners. So here’s three tips for enjoying indoor guns …read more

Via:: Truth About Guns

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