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Navy Rifle, Pistol & Shotgun Weapons Qualifications Courses. Call Shooting Range Industries in Las Vegas NV for Custom Shooting Ranges & Military Training Solutions

Military training poses its own set of problems especially in terms of Navy weapons qualifications courses. Obviously discharging a fully automatic weapon aboard a naval vessel is not an ideal situation. During Navy basic training recruits will qualify with the M-9 pistol and the Mossberg 500 shotgun rather than the M-16 rifle. Computerized Simulator Training…

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Self Defense Handgun Training. Shooting Range Industries Based in Las Vegas NV Designs & Manufactures Custom Portable Target Ranges for Firearms Practice & Training

It sure is some scary times we are living in. So many hate crimes and stories of people using violence to achieve their goals is constantly in the news. Reports are being shared like wildfire about people needing to defend themselves against evil doers. These stories are on social media networks or well as major…

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Shooting Range Industries Reveals the Best Kept Secret Gun Accessories for When you Aren’t Taking your Pistols & Rifles to the Firing Range

Taking your weapon of choice down to the firing range is a great way to blow off some steam, better acquaint yourself with your guns, has great health benefits, and in today’s society; it doesn’t hurt to possess skills to better protect you and other innocent bystanders. But, as with any fun hobby, accessories and…

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How a Portable Ready Range or MCSAT from Shooting Range Industries in Las Vegas NV can Help Your Police Department Academy & Law Enforcement Officer Live Firearms Training

It has often been said that firearm training for law enforcement and military needs to be both realistic and precise. In order to be both, training also needs to be conducted on a regular basis. The reality is that most law enforcement departments train with their duty weapons once per year, averaging less than 4…

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