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Nov. 17th, 2015

Use real bullets on moving targets and interactive computer gaming!

Use real bullets and real guns on moving targets and interactive computer gaming!

Welcome to the realist video game you will ever play! You can shoot real guns and real bullets and moving targets, hunt deer, survive the zombie apocalypse and more!

 

These computer scenarios are also valued in real life scenarios training, clear houses, differentiate between good and bad humanoid targets, and more. This self contained shooting container is a valueable shooting experience for the novice to expert shooter.

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May 2015 Firearms Training Dates

Mar. 31st, 2015

These are the training dates for May 2015 to include Concealed Carry Courses for your CCW Permit and added Handgun Skills Course, Rifle Skills Course, Shotgun Skills Course, and Lowlight Courses.

The Concealed Carry Course is in the Las Vegas, Clark County. The Nevada, Florida, and Utah (Trifecta) permits allow you to carry your, legally owned gun, concealed in over half of the United States. Learn the laws that affect you, how to shoot more effectively, try new holsters, and/or learn a new handling management or two for your pistol.

This offer is for the first timers and the ones that are about to expire! Don’t let that lapse!

The Handgun Skills Course and the Rifle Skills courses will run 2 hours long and will cover basic manipulations and enhancing target shooting. On the day of, if everyone in the course is proficient at basic skills to include sighting in, then advanced techniques may be implemented and taught on the course date to involve moving and shooting or more.  All ages welcome to handgun and rifle skills, capability permiting. (IE: don’t bring your two year old who can’t hold their bottle on their own yet… give them a little time.) Both courses will come with a certificate of training completion.

Intial Qualifications for your Concealed Carry Permit are going for $250 per person. Handgun Skills and Rifle Skills Classes are going for $50 per person. Lowlight and Night training courses are INDOOR and are $60 for each student. Courses will fill up at 10 students.

Concealed Carry Renewal courses will be a fee of $100. Check out the reviews on our facebook! Courses will fill up at 10 students. E-mail Jacqueline if you need a renewal course for this month.

Registration is required minimum 24 hours before showing up. If you wish to walk in that day of class, please 
E-mail Jacqueline
 two hours before the class start time, meaning 6:30am.

Book your class, or contact with a date that would be more available for you by e-mailing the lead instructor Jacqueline.

Tuesday May 5th 2015 Initial CCW, Concealed Firearms Permit Course (Nevada, Florida, & Utah)
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 8:30 AM to 6:00 PM
Price: $250 per student
Seats: 10

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Monday May 11th 2015 Initial CCW, Concealed Firearms Permit Course (Nevada, Florida, & Utah)
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 8:30 AM to 6:00 PM
Price: $250 per student
Seats: 10

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Wednesday May 20th 2015 Initial CCW, Concealed Firearms Permit Course (Nevada, Florida, & Utah)
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 8:30 AM to 6:00 PM
Price: $250 per student
Seats: 7

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If you prefer a different date than what is listed above, please do not hesistate to contact. We can establish private classes on preferred dates.

 

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April 2015 Training Dates

Mar. 31st, 2015

These are the training dates for April 2015 to include Concealed Carry Courses for your CCW Permit and added Handgun Skills Course, Rifle Skills Course, Shotgun Skills Course, and Lowlight Courses.

The Concealed Carry Course is in the Las Vegas, Clark County. The Nevada, Florida, and Utah (Trifecta) permits allow you to carry your, legally owned gun, concealed in over half of the United States. Learn the laws that affect you, how to shoot more effectively, try new holsters, and/or learn a new handling management or two for your pistol.

This offer is for the first timers and the ones that are about to expire! Don’t let that lapse!

The Handgun Skills Course and the Rifle Skills courses will run 2 hours long and will cover basic manipulations and enhancing target shooting. On the day of, if everyone in the course is proficient at basic skills to include sighting in, then advanced techniques may be implemented and taught on the course date to involve moving and shooting or more.  All ages welcome to handgun and rifle skills, capability permiting. (IE: don’t bring your two year old who can’t hold their bottle on their own yet… give them a little time.) Both courses will come with a certificate of training completion.

Intial Qualifications for your Concealed Carry Permit are going for $250 per person. Handgun Skills and Rifle Skills Classes are going for $50 per person. Lowlight and Night training courses are INDOOR and are $60 for each student. Courses will fill up at 10 students.

Concealed Carry Renewal courses will be a fee of $100. Check out the reviews on our facebook! Courses will fill up at 10 students. E-mail Jacqueline if you need a renewal course for this month.

Registration is required minimum 24 hours before showing up. If you wish to walk in that day of class, please 
E-mail Jacqueline
 two hours before the class start time, meaning 6:30am.

Book your class, or contact with a date that would be more available for you by e-mailing the lead instructor Jacqueline.

Friday April 3rd 2015 Initial CCW, Concealed Firearms Permit Course (Nevada, Florida, & Utah)
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 8:30 AM to 6:00 PM
Price: $250 per student
Seats: 8

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Saturday April 11th 2015 Initial CCW, Concealed Firearms Permit Course (Nevada, Florida, & Utah)
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 8:30 AM to 6:00 PM
Price: $250 per student
Seats: 6

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Monday April 13th 2015 Initial CCW, Concealed Firearms Permit Course (Nevada, Florida, & Utah)
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 8:30 AM to 6:00 PM
Price: $250 per student
Seats: 7

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Tuesday 18 November 2014 Shotgun Skills Course
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 2 PM to 4 PM
Price: $30 per student
Seats: 10

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Thursday April 23rd Initial CCW, Concealed Firearms Permit Course (Nevada, Florida, & Utah)
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 8:30 AM to 6:00 PM
Price: $200 per student
Seats: 9

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Now on Angie’s List!

Mar. 6th, 2015

Now Firearms For Life is located on Angie’s List! Please take your time to leave a review of the great experience you have had with us! The review is greatly appreciated. Whether you took a CCW Course or had a full automatic Machine Gun experience with us.

Schedule your next event with us, become the life of the party and the memory no one will ever forget!

Looking forward to the future.

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Beau + Arrow Concealment Designer Purses

Feb. 23rd, 2015

Beau Arrow Concealment Purses for Women

 

Women have an increased interest in defending themselves. Rightfully so, it is in one’s best nature to protect life, love and liberty. Women have been making moves in the industry to come out with products that are completely beneficial and customary to what women really want in firearms products and accessories.

As an instructor, I usually get to see the good and most definitely the bad. Not only with women as well. Being able to play with a lot of different holsters, bags, suit cases, and trick holsters that my customers bring in gives me an advantage to seeing what really works in the timely manner that you would need in a life and death situation.

Self-defense is kind of a tricky situation, in the animal kingdom; it’s a mere response of fight or flight. In today’s world, it is a situation that is hard to sense when danger might be amongst you. Usually, the one who can turn on you, you might actually know.

These handbags are a fashionable and chic idea to keep women wanting to defend themselves. To me, that’s the most important. If we can make these to wear that look completely comfortable and women will love it, everyone wins.

 

The purses are made of fine leather that is actually manufactured at the same dealer as Michael Kors. So they are made to last. Thoughtfully assembled and attention to detail is proven in the little gold emblems on the handbags and straps, and on the inside of the purse. The design of the concealment pocket, where the pistol hides, is smart. The user zips down where the concealment pistol is and viola reveals the pistol that would be in a holster velcroed to the sides of the concealment pocket of the purse. The Velcro was vigorously tested through throwing it around, waving the purse upside down and in circles (which sounds ridiculous right?). Needless to say, it is strong and your gun isn’t going anywhere while you carry and that’s an important detail to not be overlooked. Average prices go from $250 and up per designer bag.

Check out their current collection here: http://shopbeauarrow.com/

The purses come in earthy tones as of now. There will be a new updated line releasing in late spring to early summer with names of famous gun women to include Annie Oakley. I’ve also got to let you in on a secret, that Firearms For Life & Motivators Lifestyle Jacqueline Carrizosa will be collaborating with Beau + Arrow and creating a purse for the offroading female shooter and fashion lover. You will have to stay tuned.

 

New models and older models that have shown improvement and attention to detail in perfecting the purse’s design and functionality.

Masterminds and review for Women all over the world for self defense purses made by Beau + Arrow

Masterminds and review for Women all over the world for self defense purses made by Beau + Arrow

Masterminds and review for Women all over the world for self defense purses made by Beau + Arrow

Masterminds and review for Women all over the world for self defense purses made by Beau + Arrow

The strong Velcro holster and pocket where the concealment pistol is accessed.

Strong Velcro design on Concealment purse from Beau + Arrow to prevent pistol from moving around.

Strong Velcro design on Concealment purse from Beau + Arrow to prevent pistol from moving around.

 

Meet the industry changing women who care for your safety and your life.

 

Firearms For Life, Motivators Lifestyle, and Beau + Arrow and Shelby G, and Winchester Ammunition.

Ladies involved in the review and making of the new lines to come. 

 

Demonstrating where the purses sit when carried and how they are easily used

 

Firearms For Life & Beau + Arrow

Firearms For Life & Beau + Arrow

 

Of course the only way I found out about them, was when they invited me for flowers and cookies. Who doesn’t want those?

Guns, Cookies and Flowers.

Guns, Cookies and Flowers.

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New AK Triggers from Geissele: Prototype Testing

Feb. 15th, 2015

Geissele Automatics, LLC already make some outstanding triggers. With the new hype of everyone wanting to alter AK-47 rifles and use them instead of AR platforms, they hopped right on it and started two new prototypes. The two new prototypes are an easy installation drop in trigger sets; the Standard and the Enhanced.

The standard prototype was available for demonstration during the 2015 Shot Show  with a Rifle Dynamics kalashnikov 5.45 x 39 with a vortex red dot optic. Vortex was definitely one of the dominating optics and scopes game during the Shot Show Industry Day at the Boulder City Rifle and Pistol Club.

Now, the one stage trigger will be an easy drop in trigger (assembly and build purposes: easier for you and I). It is super light around 3.5lbs of a trigger pull. That’s just for the standard. The Enhanced package will be an even lighter trigger pull… I’m obsessed already.

Price Points;

  • The Standard Drop In Trigger : Roughly $45-$50
  • The Enhanced Drop In Trigger: Roughly $85-95

At those prices, you could buy both and change them out whenever you see fit. You could also just buy another AK, and have each AK with a different trigger….

For the demonstration rifle, I’m pretty biased on the AK selection they chose. Rifle Dynamics absolutely makes some of the most argueable best kalashnikovs in the United States. Their builds and assembles are worthy of designer photoshoots and the quality can be compared to none other. They even make Ak’s that do not have any recoil, you can see those on their facebook.

So tie that in with the new trigger, zeroed optic, and a kick butt kalashnikov rifle… Shooting it was the lining on my cloud nine that day. I also can compare it with the new trigger that Tac-con made for AK’s as well.

I shot the new Tac-Con Ak trigger, but I wasn’t a fan of it. I’m still not fond of loosening my grip to fire faster on any rifle. I wouldn’t want to lose my rifle in a gun fight because of my attempt to shoot faster or inability to move quickly in different scenarios when I need to change my positioning. I’m sure people will argue that point through and through. I’m set on my thoughts on their current trigger. Overall, it is a great design and I’m super glad to see more accessories coming out for the kalashnikovs to make them more user friendly. I would love to see their next design and see if they make it better than the first. These new designs also place the Ak’s into more main stream owners with the AR-15 owners with “designing” their own rifles and making them unique to their likings.

Below is a video of shooting the Geissele Standard Trigger for the AK platform.

 

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Lantac’s New Goodies at Shot Show

Jan. 26th, 2015

Lantac had some beautiful new goodies for display at Shot Show!

I am super happy to have seen and gotten the run down by the professional crew and two of their shooters from Texas.

New Full Mass Full Automatic Bolt Carrier Group by Lantac

New Full Mass Full Automatic Bolt Carrier Group by Lantac

These new Full Mass Full Automatic Enhanced Bolt Carrier Groups are quite the converstation starters! For one, they have a very smooth NiB Coating, that allows the Bolt Carrier Group to cause less damage to the upper receiver area and makes the bolt operate faster and more efficiently. Just moving it in the upper, I felt like it must have had butter on it.

New Full Mass Full Automatic Bolt Carrier Group by Lantac

New Full Mass Full Automatic Bolt Carrier Group by Lantac

The Staked Gas Key has Grade 8 fastners, staked as a per mil spec in four places, is hard chromed lined, and is made out of 4140IC Steel and is NiB coated as well!

The bolt carrier is ported to send gases away from the shooter and towards the front of the rifle and the front of the ejection port. The angled ports and englarged gas ports allow it to run smoother and cleaner while reducing pressure felt by the receivers. More importantly what everyone tries to accomplish, keeping a flatter and softer energy impulse which allows the shooter to stay on target and keep a flat trajectory of shooting. Suppressed barrels only help it do better work! Ultimate grouping abilities,  I want to run it in our full automatics at work and see how they hold up against ruthless new shooters and experienced brass dumping addicts. The coating also helps make it easier to clean… everyone can clap now.

The carrier portion of it, is precision 8620 steel. Whole carrier assembly is NiB, Electroless Nickel Boron coated with the patented, advanced UTC EXO process, unlike standard NiB coatings. This offers extreme lubricity with a friction coefficent of .04 and surface hardness of 68-72 Rockwell C. For you engineers who understand that talk.

Specifications from the horse’s mouth at Lantac:

  • Weight 11.7oz
  • Forward porting, enlarged vents
  • Balanced flared boss
  • 8620 carrier, heat treated, hard turned, chrome lined
  • MPI carpenter 158 bolt, shot peened, hard turned / ground
  • NiB UTC EXO coating
  • CP-R360 domed cam pin
  • All hard chrome surfaces are to MIL-STD-171 1.2.2.2
  • Shot peening is conducted with S110 shot, established by Almen Gage A-2 strip .006 -.008
  • Lifetime warranty

Unfortunately, the world is full of sorry people sometimes and one of the bolt carriers was actually lifted off the show room floor stolen. If you see anyone with the BCG that looks like they could never afford it, start the questioning. Let’s hope they believe in karma, just give it back. C’mon…

New Product Number two, definitely not worth skipping out on mentioning. I can’t help myself here.

New Muzzle Blast Mitigation Device by Lantac

New Muzzle Blast Mitigation Device by Lantac

The new Blast Mitigation Device, also known as the BMD, is such a plus for people who shoot with buddies or do CQB operations/training. This BMD easily attaches on top of the Lantac’s Dragon Muzzle Break and doesn’t interfere at all with the Dragon’s job of fighting the rise of the rifle when shooting. The BMD ports directly correspond with the break.

This BMD redirects the blast when you’re shooting. It sends it straight forward as to not damage your mate’s ears.

All these new Lantac products and so little time, Check out their social media links for their newest items! If they are not sold out already. They seem to go pretty fast.

Jacqueline Carrizosa

 

 

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Another Innovative Talon Ordnance Rifle

Jan. 26th, 2015

There’s a lot of AR platforms out on the market right now, let me tell you how the Talon TM4-SA stands out on it’s own.

The design of the rifle is by a military veteran, named Clay Baldwin, who is also Talon Ordnance’s CEO. All the products are made in the USA. There are two bonuses already, boom. Article should be done, just kidding… If you are a “buy only made in America” kind of person; this rifle should strike up some attention for you.

Talon features this rifle and takes pride in a beautiful 16″ fluted barrel designed for extreme resistance to heat fatigue while maintaining a true bore by eliminating the chrome lining, allowing superb accuracy and extreme longevity in harsh conditions. The 1:7 twist barrel is made of 416 Ordnance stainless steel and with it being fluted, it helps keep the barrel light and balanced.

Attached to the barrel is their new flash hider called the Eagle Claw. Ported at a 35-degree angle away from the shooter to keep the gases forward and also angled to avoid sending the gases into where vision can be affected when using a scope or plain iron sights. This is an especially useful feature when using night vision or thermals.

The Eagle Claw muzzle break on the TM4-SA by Talon.

The Eagle Claw muzzle break on the TM4-SA by Talon.

Let’s discuss the handguard, and why it’s unique. It is a detachable handguard with two allen screws and locking washers puts it into seamless place on both the right and left hand side of the barrel. According to Talon, you do not need to even add Locktite to the screws, because then you are not getting the “quick disconnect” feature that the handguard was designed for. It will hold tight for your rigorous shooting drills though. This unique disconnecting handguard, also accidentally discovered another bonus for the rifle; a much longer period of shooting is needed to heat up the handguard while firing. Essentially, a free floating barrel, since the handguard doesn’t touch, the heat is felt from the barrel getting warm but not touched by the users hand. That’s an easy relief. The handguard’s diameter is on the thinner side and is rigged with plenty of picatinny railing meant to be used by the shooter to add all their attachments. An indexed spot on the bottom of the handguard is also provided for grips like possibly the kinesthetic angled grip that was designed by instructor Travis Haley with BCM. The handguard is currently made from 7075 aluminum and will be looked into being made from 6061 come production time.

detachable handguard by talon ordnance

Detachable handguard by talon ordnance

1911 Pistol Grips on TM4-SA by Talon Ordnance.

1911 Pistol Grips on TM4-SA by Talon Ordnance.

This rifle doesn’t stop at those three custom new designs, for all the 1911 fans, this one is for you. They’ve designed the pistol grip for the TM4-SA to feel exactly like a 1911 grip minus the safety on the back strap. Coming in all different styles, you can easily interchange the side panel grips. How’s that dexterity for you 1911 lovers?

Now being a woman and a shooter, I had to touch it and feel how light it felt in my hands and rack the charging handle a few times to see how easy the bolt moved within the system. Of course… ONLY after I checked visually and physically the chamber was empty and there was no magazine. The bolt carrier group is coated and has a designer New Eagle Armor on the bolt facing the ejection port. How fancy. Overall it wasn’t heavy for all the designs the rifle had and I could easily hold it in my dominant side and my support side, the bolt carrier group was not stiff as I moved it and messed around with it. Shooting it, well maybe one day! You guys can tell me how it performs!

Additionally, those clever problem-solving veterans, also designed their own Environmentally Non-toxic Weapons Cleaner and CLP called Eagle Shield. Protecting against one of gun’s cruelest enemies; rust. Also to assist with minimizing friction and fouling damage to your rifle.

Talon Ordnance is based out of Ridgeland, Mississippi. If you are in the area, scope them out. If you are like me and you need to see a website solely because you can’t transport through air yet… you can click here. They will also sell the parts separately if you are interested in just certain pieces of the rifle.

Just a quick reviewing of the highlights of the Talon TM4-SA;

  1. Veteran made and all made in the U.S.A. land of freedom.
  2. New Flash-hider Design; Eagle Claw.
  3. Fancy Eagle Armor on Bolt Carrier Group, and updated springs.
  4. Fluted, 1:7 barrel made of 416 Ordnance Stainless Steel.
  5. Detachable 7075 Aluminum Handguard for easy cleaning, gas block tuning, or more.

 

 

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When is introducing firearms safe for your children?

Dec. 29th, 2014

When is introducing Guns safe for your children?

This is a personal question, most parents find the answers to themselves when they feel is appropriate.
Firearms For Life can recommend three things to help persuade your decision towards when the they are ready to start shooting alone next to (and with) Mom and Dad.

1. Make sure your child can hold the firearm(s) accurately all by themselves.

If it is too heavy, then they shouldn’t be using that firearm(s) alone, and/or a different firearm can be selected that will fit their frame more accurately. Remember, what you can shoot comfortably, may not always work out for your child comfortably.

2. Do they know the safety fundamentals?

How accurately can they recite them, and more importantly, do they understand what they are reciting. If they pick up the gun and pretend to shoot you with it, then obviously we need to take a step backwards and instill some manners and rules about the muzzle. Make sure they know the difference between the NERF guns you have bought them before and now the real gun you are trying to get them educated on. Trigger indexing is a learned trait, it is not a natural movement of the body’s hand.

3. They know how to operate the pistol/rifle and check it visually and physically, even say it aloud for clear and safe.

This is one you will definitely want to watch over them for at least the first few times you travel to the range together. A better idea, would be to double check each other. Have them fix you too! It will be a rewarding experience to bring your kids with you to the range and have them enjoying your shooting sport with you.

Lastly, let them shoot at engaging distances to help build confidence. Steel targets are awesome confidence builders because they will know immediately if they’ve hit the target with establishing their new stance, grip, sight positioning and more.

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December DISCOUNTED Christmas Firearms Training Dates

Dec. 9th, 2014

These are the training dates for December to include Concealed Carry Courses for your CCW Permit and newly added Handgun Skills Course and Rifle Skills Course.

The Concealed Carry Course is in the Las Vegas, Clark County. The Nevada permit allows you to carry your legally owned gun concealed in over 25 states. Learn the laws that affect you, how to shoot more effectively, try new holsters, and/or learn a new handling management or two for your pistol.

This offer is for the first timers and the ones that are about to expire! Don’t let that lapse!

The Handgun Skills Course and the Rifle Skills courses will run 2 hours long and will cover basic manipulations and enhancing target shooting. On the day of, if everyone in the course is proficient at basic skills to include sighting in, then advanced techniques may be implemented and taught on the course date to involve moving and shooting or more.  All ages welcome to handgun and rifle skills, capability permiting. (IE: don’t bring your two year old who can’t hold their bottle on their own yet… give them a little time.) Both courses will come with a certificate of training completion.

Intial Qualifications for your Concealed Carry Permit are going for $105 per person for the month of DECEMBER Only. That’s 30% off.. Handgun Skills and Rifle Skills Classes are going for $60 per person. Courses will fill up at 10 students.

Concealed Carry Renewal courses will be a fee of $70. Discounted just for December! Christmas gifts!

Check out the reviews on our facebook! Courses will fill up at 10 students. E-mail Jacqueline if you need a renewal course for this month.

Registration is required minimum 24 hours before showing up. If you wish to walk in that day of class, please 
E-mail Jacqueline
 two hours before the class start time, meaning 6:30am.

Book your class, or contact with a date that would be more available for you by e-mailing the lead instructor Jacqueline.

Thursday 18  December 2014 NV Concealed Carry Weapons Permit Course (CCW)
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 0830 AM to 5:30PM
Price: $105 per student
Seats: 15

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Wednesday 24 December 2014 Renewal Concealed Carry Nevada Permit Course CCW
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 0830 AM to 1:30 PM
Price: $70 per student
Seats: 15

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Monday 29 December 2014 Initial Concealed Carry Nevada Permit Course CCW
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 0830 AM to 5:30 PM
Price: $105 per student
Seats: 15

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November Firearms Training Dates

Oct. 1st, 2014

These are the training dates for November to include Concealed Carry Courses for your CCW Permit and added Handgun Skills Course, Rifle Skills Course, Shotgun Skills Course, and Lowlight Courses.

The Concealed Carry Course is in the Las Vegas, Clark County. The Nevada permit allows you to carry your legally owned gun concealed in over 25 states. Learn the laws that affect you, how to shoot more effectively, try new holsters, and/or learn a new handling management or two for your pistol.

This offer is for the first timers and the ones that are about to expire! Don’t let that lapse!

The Handgun Skills Course and the Rifle Skills courses will run 2 hours long and will cover basic manipulations and enhancing target shooting. On the day of, if everyone in the course is proficient at basic skills to include sighting in, then advanced techniques may be implemented and taught on the course date to involve moving and shooting or more.  All ages welcome to handgun and rifle skills, capability permiting. (IE: don’t bring your two year old who can’t hold their bottle on their own yet… give them a little time.) Both courses will come with a certificate of training completion.

Intial Qualifications for your Concealed Carry Permit are going for $150 per person. Handgun Skills and Rifle Skills Classes are going for $30 per person. Lowlight and Night training courses are INDOOR and are $60 for each student. Courses will fill up at 10 students.

Concealed Carry Renewal courses will be a fee of $100. Check out the reviews on our facebook! Courses will fill up at 10 students. E-mail Jacqueline if you need a renewal course for this month.

Registration is required minimum 24 hours before showing up. If you wish to walk in that day of class, please 
E-mail Jacqueline
 two hours before the class start time, meaning 6:30am.

Book your class, or contact with a date that would be more available for you by e-mailing the lead instructor Jacqueline.

Wednesday 5 November 2014 Initial CCW, Concealed Firearms Permit Course
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM
Price: $150 per student
Seats: 10

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Monday 10 November 2014 Lowlight Pistol Skills Course
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Price: $60 per student
Seats: 10

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Thursday 13 November 2014 Initial CCW, Concealed Firearms Permit Course
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM
Price: $150 per student
Seats:10

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Tuesday 18 November 2014 Shotgun Skills Course
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 2 PM to 4 PM
Price: $30 per student
Seats: 10

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Wednesday 19 November 2014 NV CCW Course, Nevada Concealed Firearms Permit Course
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM
Price: $150 per student
Seats: 10

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Thursday 20 November 2014 Rifle Skills Course

Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 2 PM to 4 PM
Price: $30 per student
Seats: 10

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Tuesday 25 November 2014 Shotgun Skills Course
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 2 PM to 4 PM
Price: $30 per student
Seats: 10

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Wednesday 26 November 2014 Renewal Concealed Carry Nevada Permit Course CCW
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 0830 AM to 1:30 PM
Price: $100 per student
Seats: 10

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October Firearms Training Dates

Oct. 1st, 2014

These are the training dates for November to include Concealed Carry Courses for your CCW Permit and added Handgun Skills Course, Rifle Skills Course, Shotgun Skills Course, and Lowlight Courses.

The Concealed Carry Course is in the Las Vegas, Clark County. The Nevada permit allows you to carry your legally owned gun concealed in over 25 states. Learn the laws that affect you, how to shoot more effectively, try new holsters, and/or learn a new handling management or two for your pistol.

This offer is for the first timers and the ones that are about to expire! Don’t let that lapse!

The Handgun Skills Course and the Rifle Skills courses will run 2 hours long and will cover basic manipulations and enhancing target shooting. On the day of, if everyone in the course is proficient at basic skills to include sighting in, then advanced techniques may be implemented and taught on the course date to involve moving and shooting or more.  All ages welcome to handgun and rifle skills, capability permiting. (IE: don’t bring your two year old who can’t hold their bottle on their own yet… give them a little time.) Both courses will come with a certificate of training completion.

Intial Qualifications for your Concealed Carry Permit are going for $150 per person. Handgun Skills and Rifle Skills Classes are going for $30 per person. Lowlight and Night training courses are INDOOR and are $60 for each student. Courses will fill up at 10 students.

Concealed Carry Renewal courses will be a fee of $100. Check out the reviews on our facebook! Courses will fill up at 10 students. E-mail Jacqueline if you need a renewal course for this month.

Registration is required minimum 24 hours before showing up. If you wish to walk in that day of class, please 
E-mail Jacqueline
 two hours before the class start time, meaning 6:30am.

Book your class, or contact with a date that would be more available for you by e-mailing the lead instructor Jacqueline.

Tuesday October 2014 Shotgun Skills Course
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 3 PM to 5 PM
Price: $30 per student
Seats: 10

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Thursday 09 October 2014 Rifle Skills Course
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Price: $40 per student
Seats: 10

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Tuesday 14 October 2014 Shotgun Skills Course
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 3 PM to 5 PM
Price: $30 per student
Seats:10

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Wednesday 15 October 2014 Initial Concealed Carry Nevada Permit Course CCW
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 0830 AM to 5:30 PM
Price: $150 per student
Seats: 10

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Thursday 16 October 2014 Lowlight/ Night time Handgun Skills Course
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 3PM to 5:00 PM
Price: $60 per student
Seats: 10

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Tuesday 21 October 2014 Rifle Night Skills Course
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time:  3pM to 5 PM
Price: $60 per student
Seats: 10

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Wednesday 22 October 2014 Initial Concealed Carry Nevada Permit Course CCW
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 0830 AM to 5:30 PM
Price: $150 per student
Seats: 10

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Tuesday 28 October 2014 Handgun Skills Course
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 2 PM to 4 PM
Price: $30 per student
Seats: 10

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Wednesday 29 October 2014 Renewal Concealed Carry Nevada Permit Course CCW
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 0830 AM to 1:30 PM
Price: $100 per student
Seats: 10

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Full Auto Uzi Incident

Sep. 22nd, 2014

I have given this a lot of time and thought before actually sitting down to write how I felt about this situation. Giving that a lot of firearms professional trainers decided to put their two cents in and they do not even work with full automatics and tourism really hit me a little bit and upset me. This is my industry, I travel nationally to instruct and locally in Las Vegas, and this is how we make our money here. So wording this is my utmost responsibility to keep it worded safe and it will probably offend a lot of people.

I am a full automatic tourism instructor for my 9 to 5 job and I’m a Naval Veteran, whose job was guns. What Full automatic tourism entails is show casing machinery and letting people, who sometimes, can’t even speak English or understand real machinery details or understand basic body positioning (i.e.: leaning forward means hips to the rear, and not leaning back). These people will also be weak, misunderstanding, hard of hearing (its really loud in an indoor range with full automatics running), and not believe the machine is real. These people will most likely be from outside of the country and have never seen a real firearm before. Something America is blessed with. No matter how many times we tell them. Hence why, safety is always and will always be, my number one concern and my range’s number one concern. I have helped write our safety policies and training policies, we go in the deep into protecting our staff from events that can happen and to also prevent mishaps to customers. Preparing for the worst in any situation or place of employment is how everyone stays safe. Just like a fire drill, how many times does everyone have that drilled in their head before it really happens and people just muscle memory move out of the building?

We, as instructors, have thirty minutes to an hour to help an individual have fun and be extremely safe experiencing this machinery being full automatic, semi-automatic, or even bolt action (fires one at a time). Which IS totally safe, when done appropriately by a trained and experienced staff. We give multiple safety briefs prior to their presence on the range, prior to the gun in their hands and go over questions before and after. Every now and then you will have a stellar customer who listens to everything you say and really absorbs what you say about handling the firearms, aiming, and controlling the firearms with your body and using basic physics. These customers are generally about 3 out of 5 odds. I work with people who don’t speak English, using body language and some common words that are similar and relatable. You get these details only from experience, or knowing other languages. When customers are acting difficult and not cooperating then we can politely ask them to reschedule or leave. Which is unfortunate, seeing as how they came in to have a good time and they are ruining it with a bad attitude. As a full automatic instructor and as an instructor for any kind of firearms, you are the boss. You (the instructor) are in charge, and YOU are the primary safety to the non-experienced and unknowing. Ignorance of the customers abilities and your own does not and will not save you. We receive awards, tips, and even written reviews on our safety at our range highlighted on our business reviews, yelp pages, trip advisor, facebooks and more.

I have worked with kids younger than the young female (9 years old) who did lose control of the full automatic Uzi that hit Mr. Charles Vacca. I have helped and instructed a U.S. Citizen female 5 year old to handle a full automatic firearm, and she did fine. I have instructed young females and males from other countries and some of them even barely speak english.  It is all handled by an individual basis, and judging the customer is a primary safety that we do as instructors. If our first gun is a semi-automatic together and they can barely handle that one, then I will suggest other firearms for the customer that are EASIER for the client, or basically handle the firearms for them while they pull the trigger. I have also assisted handicapped individuals and veterans who have come back from supporting our country and can not physically handle the firearms themselves but still want to shoot and participate. I put that in simple terms, they will still hold the firearm, but I will be holding it stronger than them and assisting them keeping it straight while they pull the trigger. These talents again, come with experience and appropriate training.

I do train and instruct, both defensive classes (I teach CCW and more shooting classes, pistol, rifle, shotgun, etc.) and these full automatic tourism dates, and there is a definitive line that is crossed. One is fun and solely pure fast entertainment like a roller coaster. The other is a defensive or practical gun training where one is expected to learn and spend more than 2-4 hours minimum with an instructor learning ONE or two basic or advanced skills with one gun to help with shooting hunting, competitively or shooting for defensive training purposes. This is why some instructing courses are one WEEK long! One could design a course on just how to draw out from the holster training for two hours, and it would take the whole two hours and then some for some students! Instructors understand that talk, it is the same to be said about a math skill. Some will pick it up, and some will be confused until it is broken down into tinier pieces and simplified into laymen terms. With full automatic tourism, you do not have that time to break it down with the clients, they are in town for fun, and they came to your range to just get some trigger time! So we assist them, as safe as possible, to let them enjoy a right they do not receive in their own country, afford to do at home, or let alone in their county (even US citizens come to shoot full automatics for fun and are not looking to sit in a eight hour class).

 

In comparison, full automatic tourism is like experiencing your first roller coaster ride. Is it functional training? No. Is it necessary? It could be, if you pay for the time to be appropriately trained on the physics and mechanics of it all. If not, and you go to just for the “ride”, it’s an experience and there is little life lessons learned, and maybe people know how hard it is to actually handle and accurately shoot a firearm. This also giving them a respect for the firearms and walk out learning some safety rules, if they had an appropriate detailed instructor. Hollywood makes it look so easy, they all say. As instructors, and gun enthusiasts, we all know the truth behind the screen; Hours and days of training and possibly even blanks are being used or it’s just good old special effects. It’s entertainment, and everyone loves it. We all wish we were super heroes or maybe even have talents like “bending bullets” made popular by hollywood’s Angelina Jolie.

 

I do not solely blame the instructor, Charles Vacca for what happened. As a professional, I question his mindset on his body and hand positioning and his comfortableness being on the weak side of the girl upsets me. His lack of control on the firearm is also inappropriate, for his hand placement is underneath the full automatic, and seeing as with full automatic Uzi, when in motion during shooting full automatic, they do not move down, but move up and to the right or left. This is all from what “I can see” from the video, I was not there to first hand experience the situation. As a full auto instructor and with basic physics you would want to control the gun in a way to prevent movement and to counter what it could do if there is a loss of control. I put a blame on the facility mostly, for lack of appropriate safety training, their relaxed state of mind with full automatics, and for them not questioning his positioning either while handling and working with the girl. Safety should always be number one in everyone’s mind.

Charles Vacca instructing a 9 year old girl with the Full Auto Uzi Video

 

This is all tragic indeed, and I am neutral on the fact that it’s an inappropriate event. I do not blame the parents for taking the girl there, I deal with parents all the time of the same age children, sometimes if not younger. There are a lot of other unfortunate machinery events that happen, elevators break, cement trucks fail, cars crash, people lose control of tractors, etc. This one gets more attention because this machinery tool is a gun. It got blown up and people without knowledge and without experience blamed objects and people. Also, without having being there and first hand witnessing everything that happened, how can anyone give a real review and opinion over what happened? I pray for his family and hope they are okay. Also, I hope that little girl uses a gun again, and isn’t traumatized by her first experience. Which, unfortunately, will be a hard experience to shake.

 

Custom Range Safety Consultation is available by lead certified international instructor Jacqueline Carrizosa. Safety is primary.

 

 

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Where am I not allowed to concealed carry?

Sep. 11th, 2014

 

You’re a new Concealed Carry Permit holder and you’re eager to go out on your daily routines with your new pistol! Do you remember where you’re not allowed to be?

Let Firearms For Life remind you and save you an annoying trip with the black and white.

If you can remember these places, you’ll be in good legal citizen shape;

• Airports (You can drop off a passenger though, and drive on through)
• Public schools and private schools (without written granted permission)
• Child-care facilities
• Facilities belonging to the University of Nevada, the Community College System, any other vocational/technical school (without written permission), and any other property belonging to the Nevada System of Higher Education
• Law enforcement agency facilities
• All buildings owned or occupied by the federal, state, or local government
• Courthouses and courtrooms (judges and some employees are exempt)
• Prisons, jails and detention facilities, and
• Any buildings with metal detectors or signs prohibiting firearms at each public entrance, or places where carrying concealed firearms is prohibited by federal or state law

Remember that places of business that post a “No Guns Here” sign, does not carry the law with them. For example, a restaraunt. “No Firearm” signs in Nevada have no force of law unless they are posted on property that is specifically mentioned in State Law as being off limits to those with a Permit/License to Carry. If you are in a place not specifically mentioned in the law that is posted and they ask you to leave, you must leave. If you are caught, however, you will be charged with tresspassing and the cops can be called on you. It’s recommended that you do not enter these places.
If you are licensed to carry a concealed firearm but are charged with carrying it on one of these prohibited properties, you face misdemeanor penalties of up to six months in jail and/or a fine of up to $1,000. The judge may also order community service.
Remember, when you carry a concealed firearm anywhere, you must have your Driver’s License (I.D.) and CCW permit.

 

Conceal carry smartly! Hit up your local range and learn how to proficiently practice your holster draws and shooting.

Jacqueline Carrizosa

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September Las Vegas Firearms For Life Training Dates

Sep. 11th, 2014

These are the training dates for September to include Concealed Carry Courses for your CCW Permit and newly added Handgun Skills Course and Rifle Skills Course.

The Concealed Carry Course is in the Las Vegas, Clark County. The Nevada permit allows you to carry your legally owned gun concealed in over 25 states. Learn the laws that affect you, how to shoot more effectively, try new holsters, and/or learn a new handling management or two for your pistol.

This offer is for the first timers and the ones that are about to expire! Don’t let that lapse!

The Handgun Skills Course and the Rifle Skills courses will run 2 hours long and will cover basic manipulations and enhancing target shooting. On the day of, if everyone in the course is proficient at basic skills to include sighting in, then advanced techniques may be implemented and taught on the course date to involve moving and shooting or more.  All ages welcome to handgun and rifle skills, capability permiting. (IE: don’t bring your two year old who can’t hold their bottle on their own yet… give them a little time.) Both courses will come with a certificate of training completion.

Intial Qualifications for your Concealed Carry Permit are going for $150 per person. Handgun Skills and Rifle Skills Classes are going for $30 per person. Courses will fill up at 10 students.

Concealed Carry Renewal courses will be a fee of $100. Check out the reviews on our facebook! Courses will fill up at 10 students. E-mail Jacqueline if you need a renewal course for this month.

Registration is required minimum 24 hours before showing up. If you wish to walk in that day of class, please 
E-mail Jacqueline
 two hours before the class start time, meaning 6:30am.

Book your class, or contact with a date that would be more available for you by e-mailing the lead instructor Jacqueline.

Monday 15 September 2014 Handgun Skills Course
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 12 PM to 2 PM
Price: $30 per student
Seats: 10

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Tuesday 16 September 2014 Initial Concealed Carry Nevada Permit Course CCW
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 0830 AM to 5:30 PM
Price: $150 per student
Seats: 10

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Thursday 18 September 2014 Renewal Concealed Carry Nevada Permit Course, CCW Renewal
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 0830 AM to 12:30 PM
Price: $100 per student
Seats:10

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Tuesday 23 September 2014 Initial Concealed Carry Nevada Permit Course CCW
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 0830 AM to 5:30 PM
Price: $150 per student
Seats: 10

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Wednesday 24 September 2014 Rifle Skills Course
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 12PM to 2:00 PM
Price: $30 per student
Seats: 10

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Thursday 25 September 2014 Renewal Concealed Carry Nevada Permit Course, CCW Renewal
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 08:30AM to 12:30 PM
Price: $100 per student
Seats: 10

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Tuesday 30 September 2014 Initial Concealed Carry Nevada Permit Course CCW
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 0830 AM to 5:30 PM
Price: $150 per student
Seats: 10

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Popular Questions asked to a Female Shooter or Gun Enthusiast

Aug. 20th, 2014

Good evening everyone!

I’ve been recently asked to help in a research project they are doing with female enthusiasts in the firearms community and recreational shooters as well. If any of these questions spark your desire to answer, please respond below and I will forward them to the project managers! Any answers and opinions help with their research, and like all of them, it’s a statistics game.

Here are the questions they asked, which seem to be pretty popular when I get approached with different interviews.

1. At what age were you introduced to firearms?
If BB Guns are counting, then right around 13-14 years old. If not, then 17 years old when I shot my first real pistol in bootcamp.
2. Who introduced you to firearms?
My stepdad introduced me to the BB Gun and the United States Navy introduced me to my first pistol with real bullets, the whole she-bang.
3. What was your first firearm-related purchase?
If we are talking equipment here, then bullets when I went to a civilian outdoor shooting area in Reno aroun 6-7 years ago. I don’t count buying military equipment, because that’s a job obligation? Let me know if you would want that answer instead.
4. What was your last firearms-related purchase?
Last friday, I purchased two custom made holsters. And if baggage check in counts then this last sunday, I purchased their “ticket” to fly with me from Oregon to Home in Las Vegas.
5. What would you like your next firearms-related purchase to be?
I would love for it to be a salient arms Benelli M2 or a TTI…Mossbery 930… List goes on and on… I would be here for forever! If I could afford an older model historic machine gun to have as a home piece like a gatling! HAHA!
6. How active are you in a shooting sport? (very active, somewhat active, rarely active, not active at all)
I would say somewhat active in the shooting sports. I work with guns every day, but in the shooting sports, I just have completed my first 3 gun competition with Crimson Trace; Midnight 3 Gun Invitational and it was a blast. Pun intended.
7. How prepared do you consider yourself to protect yourself and others at home?(very prepared, somewhat prepared, somewhat unprepared, not prepared at all)
I would say almost everyone would be somewhat prepared, if they have done their trainin, know their local carry laws, protecting home and life laws in their local county. I am a Concealed Carry Instructor for Firearms For Life and Machine Guns Vegas and you can never have enough training. Everyday you can learn something new, get better at a reload, or have a new family member come and stay at your house causing a new obstacle to come across when someone comes into your house at night. As much as we can be “prepared” for a situation like that, I don’t believe everyone would be 130% prepared, those situations generally always take someone by surprise and you’re probably in your birthday suit.
8. How prepared do you consider yourself to protect yourself and others outside the home?(very prepared, somewhat prepared, somewhat unprepared, not prepared at all)
Again, my answer would be somewhat simliar to the one above, just reverse the roles from inside to the outside minus the birthday suit; unless you’re by a lake…. Hopefully a person, has their ccw (concealed carry weapon permit) and they can carry legally if they were approached. I do have mine, so I always like to stay legal and prepared. I also do a lot of physical training, because a firearm should be a last resort. So if you can manage things, or run away, legally you’re obligated to be the mentally bigger person. If the time comes as well, I would like to say that I would be pretty prepared to handle myself and to protect the good lives.
9. When was the last time you purchased something online? What was it?
A couple of Taran Tactical base pads for my rifle magazines.
10. Have you ever purchased an item online from and picked up your purchase at a nearby store?
I have reserved an item online and then went in to review it, liked it and then later purchased it. Never forget to research your items!
Any questions you would like to answer in private and not post below, please e-mail them to info@firearmsforlife.com and I will forward them on to the project managers.

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Crimson Trace LaserGuard Install

Aug. 10th, 2014

Today I installed the Crimson Trace LaserGuard onto the Smith and Wesson M&P Shield. A couple of days ago, I also installed the Rail Master Pro Laser and Light onto the Glock 17. Both of these installations were incredibly easy and the instructions made it so.

I was able to have the time to video the installation onto the Smith and Wesson M&P Shield, which I will provide the video below.

These installations are to prep for the Midnight Three Gun Invitational coming up in Bend, Oregon! It will take place in the middle of the darkness, at midnight, in the desert! This is all to enhance the ability to protect home, self, country and family. The whole event is from August 13-17.

Remember to enhance your home safety and with accessories you always need appropriate training! Contact Firearms For Life for your local training!

From Kent Thomas,
Director of Marketing & Product Development himself;

“Welcome to the 2014 edition of the renown Crimson Trace Midnight 3 Gun Invitational! As we enter the 3rd year of this event, the competition, size, scope and overall fun factor continues to grow and evolve, as do we here at Crimson Trace. Our mission, however, remains the same: To enhance people’s ability to protect family, home and country. How? It is our goal to make laser sighting systems standard equipment on every personal protection firearm sold in this country.

Thank you to all of our sponsors and volunteers who make this event possible. For those who are returning, welcome back and thank you for your continued support. For those who are about to experience the World’s premier nighttime 3 Gun event, get ready to have your skills and equipment tested, your assumptions about shooting challenged, and to have one hell of a good time.

We have a new saying around here: In today’s world, you need to do everything you can to gain an advantage. Everything you can to prepare yourself. We believe when you are equipped with a Crimson Trace laser sight you are ready — really ready.

This is “Condition Crimson”.
And in Condition Crimson, We Stand.

So, get ready, gear up, have a great time, BE SAFE, and learn what it feels like to live in Condition Crimson.

LIGHT ‘EM UP!”

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August Las Vegas Firearms Training Dates

Aug. 4th, 2014

These are the training dates for August to include Concealed Carry Courses for your CCW Permit and newly added Handgun Skills Course and Rifle Skills Course.

The Concealed Carry Course is in the Las Vegas, Clark County. The Nevada permit allows you to carry your legally owned gun concealed in over 25 states. Learn how the laws, how to shoot more effectively, try new holsters, and/or learn a new handling management or two for your pistol.

This offer is for the first timers and the ones that are about to expire! Don’t let that lapse!

The Handgun Skills Course and the Rifle Skills courses will run 2 hours long and will cover basic manipulations and enhancing target shooting. On the day of, if everyone in the course is proficient at basic skills to include sighting in, then advanced techniques may be implemented and taught on the course date to involve moving and shooting or more.  All ages welcome to handgun and rifle skills, capability permiting. (IE: don’t bring your two year old who can’t hold their bottle on their own yet… give them a little time. :) )Both courses will come with a certificate of training completion.

Intial Qualifications for your Concealed Carry Permit are going for $150 per person. Handgun Skills and Rifle Skills Classes are going for $30 per person. Courses will fill up at 10 students.

Concealed Carry Renewal courses will be going to $60 instead of the usual fee of $100. Check out the reviews on our facebook! Courses will fill up at 10 students. E-mail Jacqueline if you need a renewal course for this month.

Registration is required minimum 24 hours before showing up. If you wish to walk in that day of class, please 
E-mail Jacqueline
 two hours before the class start time, meaning 6:30am.

Book your class, or contact with a date that would be more available for you by e-mailing the lead instructor Jacqueline.

Tuesday 19 August 2014 Handgun Skills Course
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 12 PM to 2 PM
Price: $30 per student
Seats: 10

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Friday 22 August 2014 Initial Concealed Carry Nevada Permit Course
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 0830 AM to 5:30 PM
Price: $150 per student
Seats: 10

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Monday 25 July 2014 Initial Concealed Carry Nevada Permit Course
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 0830 AM to 5:30 PM
Price: $150 per student
Seats:10

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Wednesday 27 August 2014 Rifle Skills Course
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 12 PM to 2 PM
Price: $30 per student
Seats: 10

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Friday 29 August 2014 Initial Concealed Carry Nevada Permit Qualification Course
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 0830 AM to 5:30 PM
Price: $150 per student
Seats: 10

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Concealed Carry Course July Dates for Las Vegas!

Jul. 10th, 2014

These dates in July are offered at a discounted rate, to honor our freedom and liberty.

The Concealed Carry Course is in the Las Vegas, Clark County. The Nevada permit allows you to carry your legally owned gun concealed in over 25 states. Learn how the laws, how to shoot more effectively, try new holsters, and/or learn a new handling management or two for your pistol.

This offer is for the first timers and the ones that are about to expire! Don’t let that lapse!

Intial Qualifications for your Concealed Carry Permit are going for $80 instead of the usual $150. That’s almost half off! Courses will fill up at 10 students.

Concealed Carry Renewal courses will be going to $60 instead of the usual fee of $100. Check out the reviews on our facebook! Courses will fill up at 10 students.

Registration is required before showing up. If you wish to walk in that day, please
E-mail Jacqueline
two hours before the class start time, meaning 6:30am.

Book your class, or contact with a date that would be more available for you by e-mailing the lead instructor Jacqueline.

Tuesday 15 July 2014 Initial Concealed Carry Nevada Permit Qualification Course
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 0830 AM to 5:30 PM
Price: $80 per student
Seats: 10

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Thursday 17 July 2014 Renewal Concealed Carry Nevada Permit Course
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 0830 AM to 1:30 PM
Price: $60 per student
Seats:10

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Tuesday 22 July 2014 Initial Concealed Carry Nevada Permit Qualification Course
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 0830 AM to 5:30 PM
Price: $80 per student
Seats: 10

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Wednesday 23 July 2014 Renewal Concealed Carry Nevada Permit Course
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 0830 AM to 1:30 PM
Price: $60 per student
Seats: 10

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Monday 28 July 2014 Initial Concealed Carry Nevada Permit Course
Location: Machine Guns Vegas, 3501 Aldebaran Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Time: 0830 AM to 5:30 PM
Price: $80 per student
Seats: 10

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Full Automatic Rentals in O.F.A.S.T.S.

Jul. 10th, 2014

Jacqueline Carrizosa got the chance to have Nutz and his brother Thong come and shoot with me at the O.F.A.S.T.S. event in the Oklahoma Machine Guns booth.
We got him in on several different full automatics to include the M240B, Full automatic Shotgun, Full automatic Kriss Vector,

Quote from Nutz;
“Thanks for the rental from Oklahoma Machine Guns and Jacqueline Carrizosa.”

Nutz also said weight wise, it felt heavier than the MG42(25lbs), which he also shoulder fired!
The M240B being around 27 pounds is belt fed with 7.62x51NATO / .308 caliber.

A little random history on the M240B;

There are several variants of the M240: M240L, M240B, M240G.
Mounting capabilities include tripod, bipod, vehicles, or aircraft.
When the M240 was first adopted by the military it had an average of 7000 rounds before it would fail. It now has succeeded to an average of 26,000 rounds.
The M240E was adopted after competing in a trial series versus the M60, Pig.
The Rates of fire differ with the model of M240. The Bravo can fire 650-750 rounds per minute. The Golf model can fire at three different rates varying from 650-950. Most operators will not leave it at the top end rate of the machine gun. Imagine if you kept your vehicle at the highest RPM rate while accelerating, and going through your whole tank of gas like that… EVERYTIME you drove? What do you think that does eventually to the engine? Or in this case, the machine gun… ultimately a worn out useless weight paper that needs to see the gun doctor.

Enjoy the videos provided by Nutz!

Shoulder Firing the M240;

Full Automatic Kriss Vector .45 ACP;

The VEPR 12ga Full Automatic Shotgun;
http://youtu.be/lWOMCyMNrd8

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PT-2 Active Belt Concealment Gear Review

Apr. 14th, 2014

Likely to say, i’m an overly active person. With my Concealed Carry Courses at Firearms For Life, I had people asking me, well do you carry all the time?

My first answer, to their surprise was no. I run a lot, work out a lot and most of the time don’t have a gun on those times because I don’t always carry a bag. I do carry a knife though. So I began to experiment with some products that I could recommend to my clients based on my first hand experiences with them only of course. My first one will be the Pistol Wear PT-2 Belt.

They advertise;

  • Very comfortable, cushioned pouch area
  • Pouch wall protects the handgun and eliminates printing
  • Fits compact/sub compact size semi autos and snub nose revolvers
  • The handgun does not touch the skin
  • Premium materials and quality workmanship
  • Not dependent on the user’s clothing
  • Ambidextrous holster
  • Perspiration barrier
  • Fits waist sizes up to 40″
  • Bounce-Free design
  • Breathable belt
  • Easily adjustable
  • Hand washable

I decided to test it out on a 4 mile run the morning after I received it in the mail. Strapping it on, was really simple. It was also very comfortable and nothing snagged, poked me, or scratched me. I ordered the “standard” size belt, there is another size that adds another 10 inches to your belt. For the belt I had it right at my waist above the hips. This places the belt right in the middle of my abdomen, upper body over my belly button. I had to place the velcro belt as far as I could for proper snug fit. Every step is outlined in an instruction friendly application attached to your belt holster when you get it. After you strap it in, you fasten a button snap located on the belt loop that keeps it very nice and tight, this works really well when you are running or biking.

There are two pockets where you can place your firearm of choice, I chose to place mine in the pocket closest to the body. There are two removable plastic bars pre-installed inside the pouch, they allow you to limit the movement of your smaller pistols. My pistol of choice was the Smith & Wesson Shield 9mm loaded with all copper defensive hollow points by PNW, no lead on my body, and it worked very well to hide the outline or pressing of the gun. It did not touch my skin. I wouldn’t recommend a snub nose Taurus “raging judge” revolver, unless you planned on wearing a bigger sweater. Maybe a derringer from Bond Arms, small and very usable.

This material seems to be made of a soft neoprene, reminding me of a wetsuit fit and touch to the body. The buttons are very snug and you have to put some effort into pulling them apart. Great for sturdiness.

I would say the user’s clothing is extremely dependable for concealment regardless to what the holster advertises, as a woman, most of us wear fitted clothing when we work out. Slick for speed. I wore a looser fitted hand made, muscle tee that I love to hide it pretty well. I would suggest a man wear a looser shirt as well, seeing as how even with the concealment holster in the right place, it is still not skin tight, so it will add almost 1.5 to 2 inches to the body depending on the gun chosen.

Now, down to the run test.

During the 4 miles, the start was very easy. I ran at a pace of a 7 minute mile, unfortunately at a quarter of a mile in, the belt started bouncing up and down. Not the gun inside the PT-2 Belt though!  So I stopped and readjusted it, a little higher on my abdomen. It didn’t bother me again until around 3/4 of the way in the first mile, and then I, again, readjusted it, and slowed my pace to an 8 minute mile. Then viola, four miles completed! It worked great for an on the body active method. If you’re used to running with a fanny pack on, then this will feel a little better to you, and will work great! With your sweat going on, it actually grips your body a little better as well. So the harder you work, the better the belt seemed to do.

It was a challenge for myself running a little slower to accommodate the belt, but it did an amazing job on not bugging me, when I started sweating- it breathed very well.  It would be great if we could make an adjustment for faster runners. The material was very soft and didn’t bug me the rest of the run! It is ambidextrous which is perfect, right or left handed there is no compromise. I even ran past some other people on bikes, and other runners and they had no idea of what was under my shirt, they smiled and said hello as did I. Success. 

The belt is also very easily adjusted, you can wear it Outside the Waistband (OWB), or inside the waistband (IWB). It isn’t just an active belt either, you can wear it both in your normal clothes and your exercise clothes. The shirts can not be skin tight though, ladies and gents… There has to be a little room to hide the extra ~2 inches, keep that in mind when deciding clothes to wear with the belt. They have a lot of great photos utilizing their product on their website. In the youtube video I demonstrate how to place it on and off. I am going to even hide some energy gels, in the pocket in front, next time for my longer 10 miles+ runs. Great gear, Pistol Wear they even give 10% discount to Law Enforcement and Military Personnel. Stay active and stay safe. <3

Share with your gun loving females/males and comment/ask away. If you get one, tell them Jacqueline Carrizosa sent you.

Pistol Wear PT-2 Belt On and Off Concealment Gear

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Smith & Wesson Shield Compact 9mm Review

Apr. 7th, 2014

Testing out the Smith and Wesson Shield Compact 9mm

       The new S&W Shield will be available for rental in the Concealed Carry Course offered in Las Vegas, Nevada. I was testing it out, because who doesn’t want to try out their new gun?

      The frame is super small and slim, which is really nice for concealed carry. Even though, it’s obviously not one of the smaller guns you could carry, it’s very capable. It came with two magazines, a flat-base magazine that can hold 7+ 1 in the chamber, and the second magazine holding 8 + 1 in the chamber. The extended base magazine (holding 8) also came with a nice little extension that makes it super easy for the shooter to grip the pistol, providing a place for the pinky finger. The benefit I could see with the 7 round magazine (flat-base magazine) would be for easier concealment, and/or a backup magazine to have on body or bag. Not an issue though, in a “have and not need” than “need and not have” situation.

     The Shield is striker fired and recoil operated, similar to the Glock families, and there is no magazine-disconnect meaning it can fire without a magazine inserted. This of course applies to certain models. (Always check which model you have). It’s light at 19 ounces, and the grip is a lightweight Zytel polymer frame and the slide is a satin black Melonite 68 HRc finish. The model has a dual captive recoil spring and guide rod, ideal for smaller handguns like this model.

Frame Dimensions:

Overall Length: 6 inches

Overall Height: 4.5 inches

Overall Width: Under 1 inch.

Barrel Length: 3.1 inches

        When I bought the pistol from Ventura Munitions, they had one of the best customer service in Las Vegas and dealt with my annoying demands. I asked one of the gentlemen to place his hand on the grip so I could see how it fit in his hands as well. He did, and the pistol fit really nicely in his hands with the extended magazine of course.

       I shot the gun at 3 yards, 7 yards and 23 yards an hour after I bought the gun. At 3 yards, I was throughly impressed by the accuracy and the lack of a serious muzzle flip that I had experience with the same S&W Shield .40 caliber that I had observed and experienced with a former student. The .40 caliber was extremely hard for a beginner shooter to handle, and seeing her attempt to hold it down and watch her frustration with the target, was not happening. So I let her use seven other full size 9mm and .40 caliber guns, to let her see how it was the gun’s intensity of the muzzle flip and combination of power behind the .40 and the small barrel, and not just her.

7 yard shot with Smith and Wesson Shield 9mm

7 yard shot with Smith and Wesson Shield 9mm

       Back to the S&W 9mm Shield compact, at 7 yards, the shield handled nicely as well. I still hit exactly what I was aiming for. At 23 yards, is where I was pretty impressed. With a 3.1″ barrel I could hit what I was aiming for at a “lengthy” distance for a concealed carry pistol. I decided to see how well I could control it with a one handed grip. Definitely do-able and controllable. The ammunition was a 115 grain FMJ, PMC 9MM Luger. It does require a nice firm closed grip on the pistol to hold for the perfect “bullseye” shot. It did have an exact trigger pull each time, around 6.5 pounds trigger pull. Making it easier than a normal, awkward concealed carry small handgun with a long and heavier trigger pull, placing it relatively closer to it’s full size counterpart M&P and the Glock handgun family’s trigger pull at 5.5 pounds.

23 yard shot with Smith & Wesson Shield 9mm. Top 2 are a set, and bottom two are a set.

23 yard shot with Smith & Wesson Shield 9mm. Top 2 are a set, and bottom two are a set.

     Under three hours after purchase, the Smith and Wesson 9mm Shield proved to be a wonderful addition to the concealed carry collection for Firearms For Life rentals and for any new shooter to be overly confident in their abilities to protect themselves and assuring their shot placement in a time of need. The beveled edges of the gun and low profile sights, make it nice to conceal and easy to work with, practice drawing and more.

      I would definitely recommend this gem to anyone for concealment. It’s rather thin, magazine holds “enough” and you can always carry back up. Take your concealed carry course, and if they have rentals like I do with Firearms For Life, definitely try this one out.

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Full Auto Ak-47 Forward Movement

Mar. 30th, 2014

Beginner forward movement drills and full automatic engagement can be demonstrated with ease in this video. It is a beginner movement with full automatic. I have two others, Melissa and Devin, demonstrate after instruction on how to move and use a full automatic AK-47 to engage the target “threat”. In this video there is a malfunction by surprise and handled accordingly by the user.

The AK-47 is a very popular rifle, rated recently the number one combat rifle by the Military Channel. Ak-47 has a simple design by Mikhail Kalashnikov and his team in the late year of World War II.

There are two on body reloads. These scenarios are oblivious to the normal range shooting availabilities, these sessions are available VIP and training sessions only. There will be holsters and such available for use. Watch the attached video for some gun loving entertainment.

On a safe side, Firearms For Life Instructor Jacqueline Carrizosa would like to remind everyone to only use their guns to their respective limits and don’t try anything you are unsure of doing.

E-mail now! Questions regarding training sessions and/or questions on Nevada CCW Courses and schedules. info@firearmsforlife.com

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Halo for Freedom Warrior Event

Feb. 4th, 2014

Where? Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas

When? March 7-8th 2014

Help donate with Jacqueline Carrizosa with guns, gear, money, or anything to make this event amazing for our American Heroes!

Help donate with Jacqueline Carrizosa with guns, gear, money, or anything to make this event amazing for our American Heroes!

Their Mission:

HALO for Freedom Warrior Foundation was started to show that physically challenged people can still work and excel in today’s society and military. The foundation emphasizes that “amputee” and “useless” are not synonymous. The organization provides support for wounded warriors as they face the many challenges they encounter during the rehabilitation, reintegration, and healing process. Based on a simple idea, the first Wounded Warrior Hog Hunt was held in the fall of 2007 with 10 wounded warriors and 70 volunteers. Dana hit the rural streets to find a place to have the hunt, and several people stepped up and provided the venue. Dana Bowman was able to secure $7500.00 in donations to accomplish the task. Dana and Ken Tucker started cutting metal and welding up several stands that would be used by the warriors to hunt hogs and coyotes. Several dog teams from West Texas joined us, along with a chuck wagon chef. The pre hunt get together was held in Dana’s living room and the following morning the teams set out before sunrise. In the end 4 hogs were harvested and the Warriors, staff and volunteers parted ways as friends. Back in 2007 we were just a humble group of caring people that wanted to give back to the Veterans that had been injured fighting for us. We always felt we could do more.

What they do:

The Weekend to Remember was the last event that we put together. After many long months of preparation and knocking on doors (so to speak), Feb 28th arrived  and so did the beginning of this event. 32 wounded warriors were brought together from across the country to enjoy a weekend of driving NASCARs, Indy 2000 and anti terrorist Cars, Tandem jumping into Texas Motor Speedway, riding in helicopters, competing in a three gun shoot and the weekend was capped off with a Gala and auction co-sponsored by Ride 2 Recovery and held at the Frontiers of Flight museum. When you look at the photos and videos of this event you will agree that a picture is truly worth a thousand words.

They will be Hog Hunting this year too!

 

What you can do to help!

Invest in the healing and recovery of our service men and women by getting involved in our organization as a sponsor, donor, or volunteer. The time or money you donate will have a lasting positive effect on the lives of our disabled veterans. Help us lift their spirits and let them know that their sacrifices will not be forgotten. Help donate with Jacqueline Carrizosa with guns, gear, money, or anything to make this event amazing for our American Heroes!  E-mail me if you would like to set up a donation! Jacqueline.carrizosa@gmail.com

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Three gun drill

Feb. 4th, 2014

This following video is with a Third Group Guy and 3 Gunner Eric Eckhardt who shows Firearms For Life Instructor Jacqueline Carrizosa a 3 Gun Practice Drill with the Adams Arms Competition Rifle (COR). Here is a little more information about the Competition Rifle straight from the horse’s mouth;

  • Designed with competition shooters, the new C.O.R.Upper is the optimal setup for competitive shooting and is ready to go right out of the box! (just add an optic)
  • This upper was designed with a comprehensive approach to create the lowest felt recoil pulse while maintaining ultimate accuracy and maneuverability.
  • The VDI Ultra-Lite Barrel runs extremely light and accurate. Our New Low Mass Carrier and Rifle Length System significantly reduces felt recoil, and the VDI Jet Comp virtually eliminates muzzle rise for follow up shots.
  • The revolutionary DiamondHead D45 sights store flat on the top picatinny and flip out 45 degrees to the 1 O’clock position for fast and accurate CQC target acquisition.
  • All Adams Arms products are made in the USA and come with a Life-Time Warranty.

Also, uploaded on youtube by Tactical Shit. Remember to check out the facebook and give it a like! Feel free to share whatever you would like or post similar drills up.

Video here -> 3 Gun Drill with Adams Arms C.O.R. Rifle

Jacqueline Carrizosa getting the information on  Adams Arms new C.O.R. Rifle from Adams Arms Main man, Bryan.

Jacqueline Carrizosa getting the information on Adams Arms new C.O.R. Rifle from Adams Arms Main man, Bryan.

View the C.O.R. Rifle with Adams Arms Here.

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Happy New Year !

Jan. 9th, 2014

Happy New Year! Start 2014 with shooting and learning to legally protect yourself in a dangerous situation that claims a lot of lives, property and more.

You know your gun already right? If you are a beginning shooter, it is not an issue! Firearms For Life can assist you, basic marksmanship, taking apart and cleaning your gun, confronting and avoiding an attacker, using your gun appropriately, and so much more! Learn the state and county laws, carry legit and easy processing takes up to 120 days to receive your permit! So schedule now and get it as soon as possible to prevent getting in trouble for no reason! We, as good American Citizens, all want to protect ourselves and life. Let’s stay responsible, take a stand, file for your Nevada CCW; legally honored in over twenty three states. Criminals will not go after educated citizens that are armed! We don’t back down because we are not victims!

Mobile classroom services are available, adjustable schedules, and range qualification. You can also come to the Range for a total of 8 hours of classroom time, or two split 4 hour courses followed with range time, the best time.

Enjoy the 15% discount while it lasts!

15% off CCW Course Contact  to register; instructor@firearmsforlife.com !

 

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Battle of Efficiency for Sig Sauer 1911 clones

Jan. 9th, 2014

Sig Sauer 1911 GSR versus the Sig Sauer 1911 Ultra

Factoids;

1. Sig Sauer 1911 GSR:
– Barrel Length: 5″ barrel
– Magazine Capacity: Depends on magazine! In NV, we can have the extended! Normal 7 Stock Magazine (+1 in chamber)
– Ammunition: .45 ACP

2. Sig Sauer 1911 Ultra:
– Barrel Length: 3.25″ barrel
– Magazine Capacity: 7 stock Magazine (+1 in chamber)
– Ammunition: .45 ACP

Firearms For Life Instructor: Jacqueline Carrizosa rambles on;

The Sig Sauer GSR is a newly purchased handgun for Firearms For Life and The Compound training Michelle Rodriguez at our Range here in Las Vegas, so I decided since I already had my daily open carry on the Range; Sig Sauer 1911 Ultra, I compare some shots and spread the love.

Both models produced by Sig Sauer were both really smooth and nice to shoot. Both being made in the USA, the 1911 GSR was given the 2004 Handgun of the Year Award by the Shooting Industry Academy of Excellence. Accuracy was also on point being from a top name pistol producer, it went where I wanted it to go. So seeing GSR, on the larger model clone 1911, I thought must be an acronym. Of course, I looked up the meaning. GSR stands for Granite Series Rail. Grips were both aftermarket, both with serrations and texture to benefit a strong grip and comfort of the shooter’s hand. The night sights on my Sig Sauer 1911 Ultra were another plus for my pistol, but an easy fix for the Sig Sauer 1911 GSR.

During shooting, the GSR still needed breaking in definitely and was a little picky with certain magazines we had at our range. It would fail to feed and also fail to eject at times. I think it has to do with how we keep them (the magazines) loaded, and I could always certainly agree with a possibility of a weak magazine spring to cause the “pickiness” of the GSR. Or maybe the range ammunition we have is reloaded, so that could be another argument of grain/powder charge issues. The Sig Sauer Ultra did have a slight stronger recoil due to the shorter barrel, but still manageable in a confrontational situation, it also had some issues later on during shooting more and more bullets of some stovepipes, but that’s an easy fix to any shooter. Maybe could replace with a stronger recoil spring or a double recoil spring one day, or just man up. If you have weak wrists or arthritic hands, I would not recommend firing the Sig Sauer 1911 Ultra, unless you have a “fearless, I don’t care” attitude.

Finding a holster to fit the GSR seemed a little tasking but we ended up going with a Kydex hip holster from American Shooters, and their staff was extremely helpful with MY ADHD personality of touch everything, pull everything out, what is this, what is that… We then did place the hip holster onto a thigh rig by Blackhawk for training purposes. Later in weekend training session, we did move to a from the hip carry. My personal open carry holster I use is a fine custom order leather for smooth in and out transitions and my personal comfort. It’s “stylish” as some people would say. More to come from that entertaining and educating training session.

Image below features both guns by each other.
Battle of Sig Sauer 1911 clone models

Image below illustrates rapid fire from Sig Sauer 1911 GSR.
Rapid fire 1911 GSR

Image below illustrates rapid fire from Sig Sauer 1911 Ultra. I obviously drop it more at the end. ARGH! Self-improvement never ends.

Sig Sauer 1911 Ultra Rapid Fire.

Sig Sauer 1911 Ultra Rapid Fire.

Overall both, handguns were extremely accurate and fun to shoot. I love the two Sig Sauer 1911’s and would recommend them to any .45 caliber lover and collector. Needless to say when Michelle Rodriguez shot it, she also fell in love with the smooth strong power of the Sig Sauer 1911 GSR.

Anyone shot either of these guns before, feel free to leave commentary on your opinions on the pistols.

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Firearms For Life Welcome !

Nov. 7th, 2013

I am only getting started here!

As a young civilian personal firearms trainer, I would like to thank you for taking your time to visit Firearms for Life. I hope to bring to you very informative news, tips, and possible tricks of the trade that everyday gun owners would love for everyone else to know as well.

I am extremely novice (Beginner) friendly and also to the well experienced, would love to give you something new to work with! Challenge is best, no pressure = no diamonds ! I am excited to help you and the community be safer and smarter with firearms even while exercising their rights to protect themselves.

Let’s go have fun, and all leave with the same holes we came in with! Safety is always paramount.

 

– Jacqueline Carrizosa

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