"Top 7 Bullet types for Deer Hunting" by Jessica Kelly

by Conceal & Carry Network on 08/25/2017 - 08:24 am

Top 7 Bullet types for Deer Hunting
by Jessica Kelly

"Natural Disasters, Emergency Preparations, and Legacy Food Storage Company" by Chris Dixon

by Conceal & Carry Network on 08/23/2017 - 12:13 pm

Natural Disasters, Emergency Preparations, and Legacy Food Storage Company
by Chris Dixon
If you live in America then there is a 39% chance you live in a county that touches a coastline.   This fact comes from research done by the National Ocean Service.    This means some 123.3 million Americans are at risk for a natural disaster like a Hurricane.
This hits close to home for me as I live in Greater Houston Texas and I am within a mile of a bayou.   We have a history of Hurricanes that tend to hit Texas.   On 07/15/2003 Port O’Connor, Texas was hit by Claudette a category 1 storm.  On 9/24/2005 Sabine Pass, Texas was hit by Rita a Ca ...

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How to Choose a Truly ‘Safe’ Gun Safe for Your Home

by Conceal & Carry Network on 08/15/2017 - 02:49 pm

How to Choose a Truly ‘Safe’ Gun Safe for Your Home
by Locksmith Sarasota
Quality Matters When Choosing a Gun Safe
Gun sales have been on the rise for the past decade as more citizens opt to take a proactive role in self-defense. More than 16 million looked to reduce food costs by hunting. With gun ownership comes responsibility. Proficiency in the use of the weapon and buying a gun safe to store the weapon are vital.
Because of the latter, gun safe sales have also increased. With demand comes the inevitable onslaught of providers looking to fill the need. Unfortunately, that means there are a number of gun safes on the market, particularly from foreign sources, that are anyt ...

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"Hog hunting with 223/5.56 specialty ammo from Allegiance Ammo" by Chris Dixon

by Conceal & Carry Network on 07/12/2017 - 03:55 pm

Hog hunting with 223/5.56 specialty ammo from Allegiance Ammo
by Chris Dixon
 

When it comes to Hog Hunting having the right equipment is very important.    A hog is usually not alone and their teeth can rip a person apart rather easily.     If you find yourself in the woods and come across a group of wild pigs and you have a traditional hunting rifle I suggest you do not shoot.    You will probably kill the first hog but what comes next might not be pretty when they come after you.

A lot of hunters are using various forms of semi-automatic rifles when hunting hogs.   Debates can be seen on several forums talking about best rifle and ammo combi ...

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