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NC Firearms Training | OnPoint Range, Raleigh

When it comes to responsible gun ownership, NC firearms training and education are essential. Whether your interest is in a "gun training range near me" or a "Raleigh self-defense class," OnPoint Range has you covered. OnPoint Range in Raleigh, North Carolina is the go-to destination...

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Concealed Carry | What You Need to Know

What does a concealed carry class consist of? A North Carolina concealed carry class covers required information North Carolina residents need in order to carry a concealed firearm. Topics include: (1) basic firearm operation and safety, (2) laws detailing when you are allowed to carry a...

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How to Clean A Firearm | 6 Simple Steps 

Cleaning a firearm at home can be easy with the correct information and tools. Proper maintenance goes a long way to keep firearms performing well. Whether you own a shotgun, rifle, or handgun, cleaning supplies and equipment are basically the same.  What You Will Need To...

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Training | The Problem With Self-Defense

Whether you carry a firearm or a knife, have outstanding empty-handed skills, or the best Shoe-Fu (running) in the world, the problem with any self-defense is in the title: defense. By its very nature, you are already behind as someone else has decided the when...

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Range Training | Target Distance

Did you know that more than 70 percent of self-defense encounters with a firearm occur around 20 feet and closer? That’s why most concealed carry qualifications (including North Carolina’s) are three yards, five yards, and seven yards (21 feet). Target Distance Issues     When working on the range, it is common for us...

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