Points of Impact: July 9, 2022

ICYMI: Made for Women: Walther’s POP F-Series; Finding Your Natural Point of Aim; the Twin-Barrel Conundrum and more ...

by posted on July 9, 2022
Walther Pdp F Gabby Franco

It’s no secret that more and more women are joining the firearms community. While the days of “shrink it and pink it” are thankfully behind us, guns that women can easily operate are becoming more abundant. However, Walther has advanced the women’s gun market even further by building the first handgun around the physiology of women's hands, not the other way around. Learn more about the PDP F-Series here.

As we continue to champion our Second Amendment rights, the NRA’s latest win in the Supreme Court is already having a positive impact. Read more about the effects of the recent decision ensuring Americans have the right to carry firearms for personal protection outside their homes here.

The right to bear arms might feel natural to you, but what about your aim? NRA Family has some pointers to adjust your Natural Point of Aim to increase your accuracy at the range. This will help you in self-defense, hunting and competition. Read Make Natural Point of Aim Work For You to learn more.

When it comes to personal protection, how can you create and control the reactionary gap when bad things happen to good people? Believe it or not, there’s a tactical advantage to understanding the relationship between time and space. It involves using your sensory input to make quick decisions.

Speaking of weighing the options, where do you stand on the twin-barrel conundrum? American Rifleman breaks down the side-by-side versus over-under shotgun debate. While they might be foundationally similar, you might be surprised how these two styles of shotguns differ in innovation and variety.


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