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Gun Cleaning Supplies Columbia MO

Local resource for gun cleaning supplies in Columbia. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to gun cleaning kits, gun cleaning products, gun cleaning rods, and gun cleaning patches, as well as content on gun maintenance tips.

Targetmasters
(573) 443-3700
4101 N Rangelinen
Columbia, MO
 
Powderhorn Gun Shop
(573) 875-4867
1213 Old Highway 63 North
Columbia, MO
 
Ammo Alley / Shooters Alley
(573) 634-6196
11562 County Road 395
Jefferson City, MO
 
Aces & Eights Gunsmithing
573295682
4073 County Rd #452
New Bloomfield, MO
 
Hartwigs Gun Shop
573437708
2272 Hamilton Rd
Cuba, MO
 
Searcy, John R
573449166
951 Rockbridge Ln
Columbia, MO
 
Foster''Sbass Pro Shop Of Columbia
(573) 443-3300
1108 Business Loop 70 E
Columbia, MO
 
Beth Arms
203393161
381 Amity Rd
Bethany, CT
 
Cedar Point Weaponry
573346270
137 Skylark Ln
Linn Creek, MO
 
Jackson, Richard Allen
660259255
1127 Main Shop #4
Lexington, MO
 

Basic Gun Maintenance

Ignore gun-maintenance advice at your own peril.

Some might brag about how their guns run better when they’re dirty, but take it from the author—clean is better for self-defense.

It is not an understatement to say that in the study of armed self defense, almost all time and effort is devoted to the practice and study of the "how" and "with what." Seemingly endless drills are done, drawing and firing from various states of readiness and body positions.

When not doing this, then folks are busy evaluating the tools--firearms in particular--with which to successfully engage the "threat." I doubt that anyone has been immune from reading multiple articles with titles such as "Revolver versus Semi-Auto" and "9mm versus .45" and, of course, handgun reviews.

Also, in the last few decades we have quasi-legal works discussing both the real and hypothetical consequences of the use of deadly force. All these are well worth reading if for no other reason than to motivate you to think about the subject matter. ...

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