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G-Sight Blogs

  • October Meme

    With guns in the hands of the public, sure there will be tragedies, but without them there will be genocides. _ Unknown
  • Tips With Tim Larkin

    It shuts down those who are shocked at how much it hurts and takes away vital function from both the physical lightweight and tough guy. So even though he’s not feeling that broken ankle he sure as hell can’t walk on it. Or breathe through a crushed throat. Or see through a ruined eye.
  • Helpful Tips From A Beginning Shooter

     I would encourage everyone to start doing some sort of exercise. Not only is it good for your body, but a fit person has a much better chance of successfully defending himself or herself should the need ever present itself. 
  • Shoot For Life

    G-Sight will continue to develop new and superior products to continue to give owners more opportunities to keep training.
  • Uber Safety

    Recently, an Uber driver was held up at gunpoint by a passenger he picked up. The passenger asked the driver to stop several blocks before the loca...
  • Keeping Your Carry Concealed

    Wear clothing you are comfortable in and that have the features that support keeping your concealed carry private. Prints and clothing that is looser with excess fabrics are a concealed carrying woman’s best friend!
  • Tips from Tim Larkin

    f he’s just there to scrap also, chances are someone may get their ass kicked, but no one will get seriously hurt.
  • My Grandfathers Gun Education

    Like most Gen X kids, I was part of the  "latchkey generation". As such I spent  most of my time with  my grandparents. My grandparents house was pretty humble. Cute front yard, with a kumquat tree in the front, that my cousins and I spent hours throwing the rotting fruit at each other any chance we got. Which was quite a lot, because we were forced outside like "lord of the flies" savages.