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Countdown: Keep Your Family Safe With These 6 Handgun Options

Countdown: Keep Your Family Safe With These 6 Handgun Options

Choosing a weapon for home protection can be daunting, so here is a list of 6 recommended weapons to help narrow down the search. 6. Desert Eagle The Desert Eagle is a behemoth of a handgun that is geared toward a more experienced gun owner. It is heavy, with intense recoil and a blinding muzzle flash. It has a 7 round magazine and can cause serious damage when fired. The general consensus is that this gun is just too big and powerful for private home use, but one element that makes this gun so attractive is the scare factor. More often then not, all one has to do is pull this puppy out and any criminal will be running for the hills. The Desert Eagle uses .50AE rounds. 5. Glock 19 Next we have the Glock 19, a conservative handgun that can be a great choice for people who want something comfortable and easy to use. Its frame size is middle of the road so it will feel comfortable in most hands. This gun is easy to clean, take apart, and customize, making it a great choice for a novice. The caliber bullet this gun uses is 9mm and a… read more →

How to Test a Bullet Speed with Shooting Chrony?

Human beings are fascinated by anything that has speed and accuracy and probably that is one of the reasons why we are passionate about super cars, supersonic aircrafts and bullets. While we are passionate about speed, we also have the urge to find out more about how fast these things travel in the air or on the road and how we can push the limits to make is faster. While we can certainly install the speedometer in cars and aircrafts, but measuring a speed of a bullet sounds tricky. Bullets are dangerous as they can cost a life and they are usually faster than the speed of sound this is why we normally hear a loud bang when a bullet is fired. Testing a bullet speed needs lot of attention and use of extreme caution to ensure no one is injured during the test. Shooting chrony also popularly known as chronograph is the best way to test a bullet speed and it works all the time because these devices are usually made to measure the speed of bullets or arrows from 30 fps to 7000 fps and these devices usually have an accuracy of 99.5%. In most cases, the speed… read more →
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