"Tips for the Beginner and Expert Shooters" by Carlo D

by Conceal & Carry Network on 10/04/2013 - 11:32 am

"Tips for the Beginner and Expert Shooters"

by Carlo D

To develop good defensive skills, incorporate gun movement and quick firing while maintaining sight alignment during target shooting. If your shots are grouping off centre by about an inch, do not be concerned. The sights on pistols are not always precise to eye sight and aim. If they are adjustable, you can move them.  If they are fixed sights, you can work with a gunsmith. As you practice this shooting drill, you will find your hits falling in smaller, closer groups.. At this point you should speed up between shots, being careful to keep the front sight in focus. Bring the gun up to eye level, quickly align the sights o ...

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" A Few Tips on Home Defense" - by Bob Harvey

by Conceal & Carry Network on 09/02/2013 - 06:45 pm

A Few Tips on Home Defense
by Bob Harvey

Have you checked your House Security Lately?   There are several things we should get in a habit of doing to ensure our homes are safe as possible.*Exterior Grounds-If you have a tight hedge or fence, have you evaluated it as a defense against intruders?-Is your fence or wall in good repair?-Are the gates solid and in good repair?-Are the gates properly locked during the day and night?-Do you check regularly that the gates are locked, especially after repair and maintenance men leave?-Have you removed poles, ladders, boxes that may help an intruder scale your wall, hedge or fence?-Have you removed shrubbery from your gate, garage or near do ...

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"What's in your Emergency Bug Out Bag?" - By Bob Harvey

by Conceal & Carry Network on 09/02/2013 - 02:34 pm

What's in your Emergency Bug Out Bag?
by Bob Harvey

It pays to be prepared so in case of a major emergency like a hurricane, tornado, or worse you are not caught un-prepared. This is the equipment used in South Florida Gun Schools Intro to Swamp Survival 3 day Course.   My Bug-Out-Bag has a solid 3 day plan and minimum equipment.
Add and Subtract as you see fit but here is my list:

Large storage bag or pack-Surplus Military like ALICE Pack
Water or Water purification filter/purification tablets
Food, 3 days of freeze dried ready to eat. Also easy to carry and store foods like granola bars, high energy bars.
Fire essentials- waterproof lighters, flint and steel, bic l ...

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"It’s a Great Time to Advertise!" By Chris Dixon

by Conceal & Carry Network on 08/18/2013 - 10:07 pm

It’s a Great Time to Advertise!
By Chris Dixon
 Advertising expenses can range from 1%-30% of a business’s yearly operating budget.  New companies might even budget 50% of their operating expenses to promote a start-up business.   This can quickly add up to vast amounts of money spent on printed materials, email campaigns, PPC Ads, Radio and TV spots, banner Ads, and so on.   These expenses can add up quickly.
If you are lucky with an email campaign you will get a 20% view rate, 7% Click rate, and a 2% conversion rate that gets you a sale.   Snail Mail (postal mail) today is very expensive with postage stamps at 33¢-46¢ each.&n ...

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