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How to ship firearms

Here is what the ATF “Federal Firearms Regulations Reference Guide”‘ (ATF P 5300.4) says: (B9) May a nonlicensee ship a firearm by carrier? A nonlicensee may ship a firearm by carrier to a resident of his or her own state or to a licensee in any state. A common or …

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How To Shipping Firearms?

Here is what the ATF “Federal Firearms Regulations Reference Guide”‘ (ATF P 5300.4) says: (B9) May a nonlicensee ship a firearm by carrier? A nonlicensee may ship a firearm by carrier to a resident of his or her own state or to a licensee in any state. A common or …

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Selecting the Proper Weapon Light

Why Mount A Weapon Light? A firearm mounted flashlight accomplishes a number of critical objectives. Most importantly, it allows the operator to see and identify targets in dark environments. Additionally it can serve as a tool to blind and disorient an opponent while preserving its operator’s night vision.

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Why buy an adult precision airgun?

What can explain the rapid growth of precision airgun shooting? Why are so many new shooters suddenly buying precision airguns? People from all walks of life are discovering that airgun shooting can be a relaxing hobby–or a rewarding, highly competitive sport. Target Shooting: It is not surprising that target shooting …

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Never Ever — things to aviod

Never Ever — (things to avoid) There are a few things you should avoid when using spring-piston air guns NEVER: NEVER dry-fire spring-piston air guns. That is, never fire it without a pellet. NEVER use conventional oils inside the spring or compression chamber of airguns. Use only approved lubricants or …

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Rules for safe airgunning

Airguns are not toys. Here at Beeman, we want you to have a good time with your airgun. But, more important, we want you to be safe. Airguns should be treated with the same respect as you would with any firearm. Failure to use caution with your airgun may result …

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The Free Pistol

Free or Match pistols are the most exotic of the target pistols, because they have been allowed to develop relatively free of rules and restrictions. They are single shot pistols designed for the greatest possible accuracy at 50metres. Their origins lie in the early duelling and target/saloon pistols. They were …

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The .22 Caliber Pellet

The .22 caliber pellet grew out of the .22 rimfire, which, at the start of the 20th century, was the choice for most small shooting jobs like pest elimination. But a .22 caliber pellet is no longer the same diameter as a .22 rimfire bullet, nor will a rimfire barrel …

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