Hunt, Collect or Protect: Finding the Gun for You

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  • Author Jericho Pineda
  • Published August 31, 2017
  • Word count 413

Under the Second Amendment to the Constitution, we as U.S. citizens have the right to bear arms. The Constitutional right to own and possess firearms is one that few countries have. Here in the U.S., we have more guns per person than any other country. Having the right doesn’t mean that everyone owns a gun; here are three reasons why people choose to purchase firearms.

Hunting: For as long as guns have been in existence they’ve been used for hunting. Firearms hold serious advantages over bows in terms of power and range. With a hunting rifle, a hunter can hit their target well beyond double the distance they could with a bow. In addition to the range advantage, it’s easier to obtain a kill shot with a rifle.

Collecting: Just about anything can be collected, and guns are no exception. Each gun collector collects for a different reason. Some collectors focus on historical firearms. Others, own modern guns of varying types and calibers. Still, other collectors take an interest in the evolution of guns and own both historical and modern firearms.

Protection: You don’t need to watch the news to know that we live in a dangerous world. Many gun owners purchase firearms for self-defense. It’s not uncommon for U.S. citizens to keep guns in their homes for home protection. Every day, more and more people are taking classes and obtaining concealed firearm licenses. Though no one ever wants to be in a situation where they have to pull a gun, many would agree that it’s better to be safe than sorry.

Whatever your reasons for buying guns, they have to come from somewhere. In addition to buying retail goods and groceries online, today’s world also allows for online purchases of firearms. When purchasing guns online, be careful in selecting the merchant using only reputable websites.

Unlike other products, firearms that are purchased online can’t be shipped directly to your door. Instead, guns are sent to a Federal Firearm License (FFL) dealer of your choosing. Once the FFL dealer has received your gun, you can pick it up at their store after completing the necessary background check.

Purchasing firearms online is often a great way to find deals and save money. Using the internet to buy guns also broadens the selection that is available to you. Before buying guns online, do your research on the dealer and ultimately, use your best judgment.

For the best customer service from any gun store in Kentucky check out Bragg About it Guns & Ammo. In addition to online sales they also provide firearms education classes in Kentucky.

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