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February 2016

Gun Tips By: Lloyd

Gun Tips By: Lloyd “Duke” Hodges There is a song from a great production that goes “Getting to know you, getting to know all about you”. I think that also applies to your firearm. The more you know, the less likely you or someone else will suffer an injury or worse. We humans also, under stress, do suffer loss of motor skills that we take for granted and become victims. Firearm skills suffer when not practiced on a regular basis. Connect with a group or someone with similar interests and actively practice. Set some competitive activity, this will aid in building mindset which I believe will firm motor skills. There are products available that will assist in training such as a laser pistol and target which will allow you to maintain skill and can be a family fun time. Find the ad in most gun magazines. I have a Crimson Trace laser on my carry pistol and I use it on the range and also at home. What I do is unload and inspect to see if a round did not eject and proceed to dry fire at different targets at different distances. Yes, it does take some effort to aim and activate the laser however, your motor skills will improve and you can see with the follow through how accurate you will become. I have a laser device that bore sights a long gun and sights adjusted to the red dot at a specific distance. Windage and elevation then becomes the drill when differentiating to another target. Practice will help achieve what shooters learned from necessity over years. What happens is confidence, pride, and ability will increase. Enjoy developing your sport or career needs, you will be glad you did. Oops! I digress. Can you disassemble, reassemble without parts left over, clean your firearm and recognize a malfunction? Think about it. Train, Observe, Be Alert, Be Alive! Medicare covers remarkable new device that can give seniors relief from lower back pain Easy-to use high-tech back brace is now covered by Medicare. The Albemarle Tradewinds reaches 60k readers each month in printed and social media ...... call Ken and learn how. 252-333-7232 Helps encourage safe movement Reinforces good body mechanics Restricts motion that causes pain. Fits all waist sizes Reduce or eliminate the need for pain medications Two-strap system gives control over compression Maximum comfort with just the right amount of support Don’t Wait! Verta Loc offers relief from lower back pain. Get Your Life Back! Medicare coverage specialists are available for a short time. We handle all of the paperwork, just have your Medicare card handy and call today! 800-505-4519 Results not typical and may vary. Not all patients qualify. Product covered in full with payment by primary and secondary insurance. Warranty and restrictions apply. 12 Albemarle Tradewinds February 2016

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