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You love to hit the target. You value protecting your home and the people in it. You understand the meaning of what makes a truly great firearm. Armscor-Rock Island Armory is a best-fit manufacturer for the pistols, rifles, shotguns and ammunition you need for your concealed-carry, home-defense, self-defense and competition shooting lifestyle. Pack something that brings true heat.

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Videos from Around the Internet to Help Your Technique

Inaccuracy: Identifying User Error vs. Gun Fault

Everyone has preferred procedures and habits when it comes to shooting. This is certainly true when it comes to technique, as well. There are a lot of factors to consider when shooting. Whether you want to improve your grip, stance or sighting, the internet can be a great resource for advice- as long as you're engaging a trusted source for information. 

Watch below for our picks of useful technique videos.

When it comes to firing rounds, there are a lot of moving parts... literally. Guns are prone to malfunction just like any sorts of mechanical devices. Understanding common malfunctions can also help you avoid them in the future. For an untrained eye, it's difficult to identify a user error compared to a gun-malfunction. Both will end in similar results.

Here are a few things to lookout for when trying to identify gun errors.

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