• Firearms Training Offers Hollywood a Dose of Realism

    Back in the early 1990’s, The X-Files took the small screen by storm by pioneering the “Monster-of-the-Week” format, offering viewers entertaining episodes that blended Stephen King-style horror with classic detective fiction. The stories were tense and compelling, and the on-screen chemistry between David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson was consistently killer. For all the things the […]

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  • U.S. Army Develops Aim Assist Exoskeleton

    Even for experienced marksmen, reliably hitting a target a few hundred yards down range can be a bit of a challenge. Factor in the stress and fatigue of combat, and making that shot gets a whole lot more difficult. Sure, there’s something to be said for the value of suppressive fire, but sooner or later […]

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  • Headphones and Hearing: Sounding the Alarm

    We’re all guilty of playing our music a little too loud, but now that everyone has their own personal music library in their back pockets, it’s tempting to be plugged in with ear buds listening to loud music at all times of the day. But have you ever wondered if that might be bad for […]

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  • Understanding Hidden Hearing Loss

    What happens when our hearing is damaged? For decades, scientists believed that it was caused by sound waves destroying the delicate hair cells, or cochlear nerve fibers, which line the interior of the inner ear. These tiny hair cells act as fine sensors, converting vibrations into electrical signals which can be interpreted by the auditory […]

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  • Ultimate Survivalist’s Pack Giveaway

    Electronic Shooter’s Protection is pleased to announce that we’ve teamed up with some great companies to bring you the chance to win the Ultimate Survivalist’s Pack! This prize pack was carefully designed to include some of the highest quality products on the market, all of which could be yours FREE! The survivalist’s pack includes: A […]

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  • Mechanical Engineering Student Creates a 3D Printed Revolver

    Two years ago, the online open-source weapons design company Defense Distributed released plans for the world’s first 3D printed handgun. The prototype was difficult to reproduce, generally unreliable, and probably posed more of a threat to the shooter than whatever he happened to be facing at the business end of the barrel. Perhaps the greatest […]

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