Frequently Asked Questions
Here are a few answers to the most frquently asked questions:
Q: What is the best gun for home
A: A 12 gauge shotgun. Hands down the best choice for home
Q: What are the gun laws in Colorado?
A: Rocky Mountain Gun Owners has compiled a great resouce for this.
It can be found here:
Q: What is the best caliber for
A: The truth is that nearly any caliber will do well if you place
your shots well. Given the chances of improper shot placement
in a tense situation it is generally best to carry the largest
caliber you are comfortable shooting and carrying. That said,
the higher the caliber the more likely the bullet(s) is to pass
through and strike something beyond the intended target.
Attend our Basic Pistol Course to get the full scoop.
Q: Can a .223 rem fire 5.56 mm NATO
A: No. The 5.56mm NATO requires a deeper throat. Firing 5.56mm
NATO ammunition in a firearm chambered for .223 rem risks a buildup
of excessive chamber pressure that could cause an explosion due to
overpressure. This increase in chamber pressure comes from the
bullet coming into contact with, and meeting resistance from, the
rifling too soon. One can, however, safely fire .223 rem
in a gun chambered for 5.56mm NATO. Always check the markings
on the firearm to determine the correct ammunition to use in it.
Q: What is the best pistol?
A: It depends. Who will be shooting the pistol and what will
they be shooting at? Will it need to be concealed?
Q: Do you carry full automatic firearms?
A: Not yet, but stay tuned.
Q: What holster type do you recommend
for concealed carry?
A: It depends on the activity level, clothing and situation.