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3 Tips For Buying Accessories For Your Gun

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If you’re a gun owner and enthusiast, then you might be pretty excited about some of the accessories that are available. Before you start buying accessories for your gun, though, you will probably want to know these three things and keep them in mind. Then, you can improve your gun and enjoy your gun ownership experience more than ever, but you can avoid making any major mistakes along the way. Read More»

Player Assessment Apps For Baseball And Soccer

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Sports analytics are more advanced and intuitive than ever. Statisticians, coaches, players, and managers alike are able to glean valuable player performance information without having to do to much work themselves. That is, the computers (your smartphone application) do all of the work and help you determine what stats are valuable and relevant. There are a number of player evaluation apps for smartphones and tablets. Of course, these can be used to popular applications on the Internet or desktop computers. Read More»

3 Tips For Buying Your First Handgun

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If you have decided to purchase your first gun for sale, you may be at somewhat of a loss as to which one to buy. If so, use the following three tips to help you get started on gathering information so you can make an informed decision. Ask Yourself Why You Want A Handgun The first thing you want to do before selecting your first handgun is to ask yourself why you want it. Read More»

Haven't Collected Football Cards In A Few Decades? Now Is The Time To Start Again

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Many people collect sports cards as children, but shift away from the hobby as life’s other priorities begin to seem more important. If you loved football cards when you were a child and it’s been several years since you added to your collection, there’s no better time to get involved again than now. You’ll likely be surprised to know that the football card industry has boomed since you were last involved and now offers a head-turning array of cards that are randomly inserted in packs. Read More»

Knife-Care Tips for Hikers

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Whether you hike with a simple folding Byrd knife or pack a Swiss army knife or multi-tool, proper care of the blade and tools on the trail is a must if you want to ensure it keeps working well. The following care tips will make it easy to keep your knife in good condition. Tip #1: Keep the gunk out Your knife is bound to collect lint and other debris both from everyday use and from being carried around in your pocket. Read More»