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"Pull The Trigger" - Tips for Today's Gun Owners - September 2016

September 2016

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#GUNVOTE: Hillary's Plan for Guns

Cody Firearms Museum: Tom Knapp's Guns

Rifle 101: Rifle Grip & Stance

S&W's Famous Top-Break: The Schofield

Applied Ballistics: Advanced Bullet Stability

Finding Places to Target Shoot, Hunt and More

A Word on AR-15 Carrier Life

Hillary Clinton's Plan for Guns
Will Hillary Clinton render the fundamental human right to keep and bear arms for defense impossible to exercise? You be the judge.

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Cody Firearms Museum: Tom Knapp's Guns
Ashley Hlebinsky, Robert W. Woodruff Curator at the Cody Firearms Museum, highlights a collection of world-record-setting firearms used by champion shooter Tom Knapp including the firearm he used to set his first world record, the Benelli M1 Super 90. Hlebinsky also showcases Knapp's first gun, a Daisy No. 25 air rifle given to him as a child. The Cody Firearms Museum, including its research library, is one of five major museums at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody, Wyoming.

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Rifle 101: Rifle Grip & Stance
Top Shot Champion Chris Cheng demonstrates for beginners the basics of stance and grip with a rifle and two common shooting positions. Firearm instructors and experienced shooters are encouraged to watch and share this tip with newcomers to the shooting sports.

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Long-Range Shooting: Advanced Bullet Stability
Bryan Litz, Founder and President of Applied Ballistics LLC, Chief Ballistician at Berger Bullets and champion rifle shooter, talks about advanced bullet stability and what happens when a bullet reaches transonic speed. For those interested in learning more about the science of long range shooting, Applied Ballistics is hosting several seminars throughout 2016. Enter promo code ABSEM100 during checkout to save $100.

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Finding Places to Target Shoot, Hunt and More
Modern technology is making it easier to find places to get outside. Websites and mobile apps make it easier than ever to find places to hunt and shoot close to home or on a trip. NSSF's own WhereToShoot and WhereToHunt apps, as well as a new app fromPowderhook, have resources and insight for avid target shooters and connected outdoorsmen.

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A Word on AR-15 Carrier Life
Given it's operation in an AR-15, you might think the carrier sees a lot of wear and tear. But its longevity is quite impressive in the overall scheme of things.

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Smith & Wesson's Most Famous Top-Break: The Schofield
Smith & Wesson's Schofield has captured firearms enthusiasts' imaginations since its inception and has played an impressive role in American history.

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Where to Shoot

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