NSSF’s “Where To Shoot” App Review

NSSF Where to Shoot App screen shotLast week the NSSF, National Shooting Sports Foundation, released a new version of their “Where to Shoot app.” The app is available for iPhone, iPad or Android, and can be used to located the nearest range, or read the latest shooting sports news. It’s handy for connecting to all things NSSF with only a few glitches to be worked out.

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Carrying Concealed? There’s an App for that!

Concealed Carry AppThere are many reasons to cross a state line while carrying concealed and if you’ve ever done so, you probably had to muddle through state laws, county laws and federal laws, not to mention the piles of websites that claim to interpret these laws into plain English but were updated last year at best. It’s hard to know who to trust and we law abiding citizens want to make sure we do it right.

So here is my recommendation, go into iTunes and search “Concealed Carry”, the one you want is called “CCW – Concealed Carry 50 State Guide” by Workman Consulting. (If you’re an android user, you will have to translate these instructions for your OS.) The Android app costs $1.49 while on ITunes the app costs $.99 (sorry, it can’t be more expensive for us all the time). The iTunes version works on both the iPhone or iPad, so that’s an added bonus.

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