Why You Want A Short-Stock Shotgun For Home Defense

Posted on: 23 January 2018
Many gun owners appreciate the value of a shotgun for home defense, but you shouldn't buy just any type of shotgun for this purpose. Just as some shotguns lend themselves well to hunting fowl, others are more geared toward protecting your home and your family. Home defense shotguns will commonly have not only a shortened barrel but also a short stock. The shorter stock is a desirable feature for a firearm of this purpose; if your preferred shotgun doesn't have a short stock, you may wish to buy a short stock at your local gun shop and have it mounted in place of the standard stock.
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2 Important Gun Accessories To Purchase For Your Gun

Posted on: 11 January 2018
Purchasing a gun in and of itself is an excellent investment. It provides you with protection, a fun hobby, and more. However, in order to get the most use out of your gun, it is important that you have the accessories that you need. These accessories essentially make your gun better and/or easier to take places with you. Here are two important gun accessories to purchase for your gun.  Holster 
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3 Things To Consider When Renting A Waterfront Cottage

Posted on: 20 December 2017
Cottage rental can be a great way to unwind and enjoy your own living space while on vacation. If you are hoping to rent a cottage near a lake, ocean, or other body of water, it's important that you are prepared for the unique challenges these residences can present.  Here are three things that you need to consider when renting a waterfront cottage to ensure your vacation experience is a positive one.
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Deciding On A Jersey Or Uniform For Your Cycling Team

Posted on: 6 December 2017
Whether you ride for a team or enjoying cycling by yourself, you have to be comfortable when you ride. The clothing designed for cycling is designed to be comfortable and allow you to move without restricting you too much. If you do ride for a team, the jersey you get will more than likely have the team name, the sponsors, and other information on it. And if you lead the team, you might be the one responsible for the design.
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