Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Review: The Taurus Judge

The Taurus Judge is one of the many firearms used for maximum defense. We do a quick review to show you why this firearm is so popular and some of it's key features. Take a look at the video below and comment on what you think! We want to know your thoughts!

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

First Time Buying A Bow? Take a Quick Look At This!

I am an avid shooter. I love shooting sports and my guns. However, recently I have been looking across the aisle at bow shooting. A friend of mine took a few Boy Scouts and me out bow shooting at a local range and showed me what "bow-life" is like, and I loved it! 

I got the itch and now I find myself looking at getting a bow. I have been looking online at the different brands and accessories that come with archery and it can be a bit overwhelming. To help start you on your own journey, take a look at the video below. It's a bit quick but it will at least get you thinking about what you may need to get started in your archery journey.

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

NRA Update: Arizona: Legislature Adjourns Before Concurrence on State Preemption Bill

In the early hours of Friday morning, the House of Representatives passed Senate Bill 1291, the state preemption bill, with a 35 to 23 vote, as amended. Unfortunately, the Senate was in the process of adjourning sine die by the time the bill was returned for concurrence.  As previously reported, SB 1291, introduced by state Senator Steve Smith (R-11), would have improved the state firearms preemption law to ensure consistency throughout the Grand Canyon State.  This would have been done by providing a mechanism to declare unlawful regulations null and void in addition to providing penalties for knowing and willful violations by localities. 
Thank you to all our members who contacted legislators on behalf of this bill and for your continued support throughout the 2015 legislative session.  Your NRA will continue to fight for this important pro-gun measure.
Original Article Source: NRA-ILA

Saturday, June 21, 2014

Lifeproof Nuud Case for iPhone 5S Quick Review

We did a quick review of the Nuud Case for the iPhone 5S. We will be updating a more in-depth review with pictures and videos soon.

Let us know what you think and what you would like us to review next!

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

The Stupidity of Smart Guns.

The Armatix iP1
Our world is covered with smart objects. Smart Phones, Smart Watches, Smart TV and the list goes on. Now they are coming out with Smart Guns, which Jo Biden and other Anti-Gun Groups love. They will try to promote this as a way to keep guns safe.

If you were to look all over social media about this, you will see it has caused quite an uproar. The NRA doesn't like it and the anti-gun groups hate it. It is a lose-lose.

If you have ever taken any of my classes, you will know that I strongly discourage any self defense gun that has finite skills to operate. Gun safes with keys and pass codes are another issue. When your adrenaline is running, your small motor skills are not as accurate as you would think, unless you have the proper training. With your heart pounding, your larger motor skills work the best. So secure your firearm and ammo in such a way that you have access them safely and securely. This "Smart Gun" requires you to stick a lock down a .22L barrel (that's very small by the way") type a code on buttons that are smaller than you pinky-nail and then load it. It would make a great prop or paper weight, but not a good gun to protect yourself. Plus, what if the batteries died or your wrist watch which activates and deactivates the safety is not near you or dead? Thats trouble!

So many people do not like this gun, that a gun seller  in Maryland has decided not to sell it on accounts of death threats and hate mail he has received. That is very extreme. In today's world, however, the Bill of Rights as a whole has been under attack from both sides of the field so I can understand why people are upset about it. It's too bad they would go to such lengths as to threaten death to someone.

In the end, smart guns are the dumbest idea one could think of for protecting one's self. If you are really wanting to have guns but keeping them safely away from children or the mentally ill, I have a few suggestions for you.

  1. Store your unused firearms and ammo in a high place that kids normally would not get into such as the top of your closet.
  2. Any gun that is in use should either be on your person or secured in a fast catch safe. 
  3. Take your kids out shooting regularly. The more they know about guns, the less curious they will be about them when your not around. Teach them about guns and gun safety.
  4. Take a gun safety course. Arizona Outdoors offers classes to youth and adults and are taught by instructor certified by the NRA. 
If you have any other suggestions or comments, let us know below. We want to hear them!
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