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The Silver Bullet

A crisp breeze nips the air as it sits heavy on your breath. The hair on the back of your neck stands up as you glance around worryingly in the full moonlight. What was that noise? Is there something there? Do you flee and run to safety, or put your back to a wall and...

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Kydex, Leather, and Nylon oh my

You just got your new pistol and you go to your nearest Sportsmen store and go down the aisle for holster and you are presented with tons of options. Now you're confused with every configuration you can think of available for your pistol. One of the first things to...

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The History of Pistol Holsters

Holsters have been around for so long they are commonplace for many items. Holsters the main job is to hold something at the waist or close to for easy access. Everything from guns, knives, ammo, magazines, hot sauces, you name it I’m sure there is someone who made...

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Shooting Drills

Why do we do shooting drills? Other than for fun we do them to be better at something specific in firearms. This can be USPSA, IDPA, IPSC, or defense/tactical. In order to be better, we have to practice with our equipment. Nobody becomes better or more proficient in...

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Dry-fire and why you should do it.

Dry Fire Practice   If you are new to shooting or the firearm industry dry fire training is working on techniques without ammunition. This has been proven as a great training tool to make you a better shooter. One of the biggest things that makes this great is...

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Dry Tumble with Dollar Store Items

While browsing on a Reloading group on Facebook someone suggested to try out Rice and Lentils as a dry tumble media. They also mentioned using a Clorox wipe to help with getting the carbon. All of these items can be purchased at the dollar store and costs about $4 for...

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Powder Measurers 101

This month at Accura we are giving away a Lyman Gen 6 Compact touch screen Powder system. This is a really nice compact fast powder measure for the money. We did a full review showcasing the features and functions. To watch this review there is a link below for the...

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A new and upcoming class in USPSA and other disciplines is PCC (Pistol Carbine Class). PCC is a rifle platform shooting a pistol caliber projectile. The most common setup is an AR platform setup for 9mm. A few reasons for this combination is, 9mm is an inexpensive...

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USPSA Production Advice

Recently we sat down with Christopher Collins with Team Hawktec and also one of our sponsored shooters about USPSA and the Limited division he runs in. During our conversation, that we will be posting up this week, he gave some logical advice about people who want to...

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Setting Seating Bullet Depth Hack

This week hack is a fairly simple one but we found it works well with setting your bullet seating die. We have a link below briefly going over it but the in-depth version is this.  When setting up your seat die grab loaded ammo that is close to the COL (case overall...

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