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Keep a watchful eye out for a concealed carry permit scam happening online. The scam pretends to be selling a “National Concealed Weapons Permit,”. A national permit currently does NOT exist at this time. Range365 shared the statement from the Colorado State police where they are getting a high rate of these instances. “We have a […]

If you are looking for something new to listen to there’s a new Podcast titled “Think, Aim, Fire”. Covering all things on the topic of shooting. We shall explain and discuss the art and science of hitting what you aim at, and what Bob refers to as the “chess game” that is a gunfight. If […]

Gaming just went to a whole new level. Loke Uei Tan, a self proclaimed geek and USPSA shooter, spent a few months developing a virtual reality shooting simulator for the Oculus Rift. Dubbed the ‘Practisim VR,’ the software’s goal is to provide competitive shooters with the ability to stay sharp in the off months when […]

An empty gun can cost a gunfighter his life. As such, careful consideration and diligent practice must be devoted to reloading a handgun efficiently. According to Guns & Ammo TV, each situation warrants a particular method of reloading—for example, some circumstances require magazine retainment, while others don’t. Also, shooters of varying shapes and sizes may […]

There are new Virginia gun laws on the books, some of which will impact gun owners and those looking to purchase a firearm. The state’s new fiscal year begins on July 1, and that means new laws. This year’s additions include laws pertaining to smoking in the car with children, rescuing dying animals from hot […]

Lt. Col. Jorge Dolmo is one of the many U.S. troops deploying to overseas hotspots such as South Sudan, Liberia, Mali, the Central African Republic and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Their mission: to support United Nations peacekeeping efforts. BSR was honored to meet (and train) this great group of men and women before their deployment. Watch: UN Evasive Driving Training […]

Jim Roberts began instructing at BSR in 2011 and for the last three years he has competed in the “Brock Yates”, One Lap of America event which is a combination Time Trial and Endurance competition that visits tracks all over the country logging over 5,000 miles in just over a week each year. During the first […]

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe vetoed Senate Bill 626 and House Bill 766, gun rights bills that would have expedited the concealed carry permit process for domestic violence victims who file for a protective order. As Bearing Arms notes, this bill would have allowed individuals to carry a concealed handgun for 45 days after the issuance of a protective […]