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CCW During Outdoor Activities

CCW During Outdoor Activities

Americans are outdoor specialists. Across the nation we’ve created outdoor activities to suit every taste, age, or level of ability. Hunting, fishing, hiking, camping, geocaching, rock climbing, base jumping, spelunking, mushroom collecting, boating, bird watching—they all have their aficionados and they all serve the same purpose: getting people to enjoy some time outside. This is…

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Hunting, CCW, and Cross Training

Hunting, CCW, and Cross Training

We’ve talked before about the political divide between hunters and shooters/Second Amendment advocates/self-defense advocates.  As part of that conversation, I started wondering about the nuts-and-bolts of that relationship: can the training we do as CCW folks augment the training hunters do, or vice versa? Toward that end, I did a little research and talked to…

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Hunting Rifles for Self-Defense? Some Thoughts

Hunting Rifles for Self-Defense? Some Thoughts

America has a deep relationship with handguns. One of the most ironically American images is that of the six-gun packin’ cowboy of the Old West. Currently, there are millions of legally owned handguns in the US, and almost all states have some form of legal concealed carry. And it’s pretty clear why: they fit the…

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