NSSF Environmental Managment of Outdoor Shooting Ranges
Lead and waste management at gun ranges is a real concern. Whether you’re an owner, professional armsmen, or casual hobbyist, it’s essential to take care of your immediate firing range.
New Year, New Gear: How to Set Your Team Up For Safety in 2023
The start of a new year is always exciting: new opportunities, new possibilities, and the ideal time for a fresh reset. For our friends in the trade industry, the new year is a perfect time to upgr...
The Range Safety Equation
It seems as though large firearm advocacy groups think that the more safety rules they conceive, the more legitimate they appear. Rule #42: Don’t use an electric blow dryer while in the shower.
Should You Use Hearing Protection for Hunting?
There is a bit of a misconception when it comes to hunting ear protection. Many hunters think earplugs or earmuffs eliminate all sound, limiting their ability to scan and listen for game. Others th...
How Much Hearing Protection is Needed for Shooting?
It’s a question we get regularly from hunters and sport shooters. How much hearing protection do I need? Whether shooting at the gun range, pheasant hunting with friends or toting your favorite rif...
How Loud is a Gunshot?
Just how loud is a gunshot? Let’s take a look at some comparisons and popular shooting calibers to understand shooting sound levels. The average adult tends to experience pain and discomfort at a ...
Shooting Without Hearing Protection: A Closer Look
What actually happens when we shoot firearms without hearing protection? More specifically, what happens to our ears and our hearing? For some of us there’s ringing; for others sounds get muffled o...
Shooting Induced Hearing Loss
Too many shooters don’t think about their hearing health until it’s too late. While some of us have already learned the hard way, some tactical shooters (and a good portion of hunters) still put th...
Are ISOtunes OSHA Compliant? [Why ISOtunes are safe for use at work, in the shop, and beyond.]
According to a 2018 report in Safety and Health magazine, the Center for Construction Research and Training (CPWR) conducted a study that found nearly 60 percent of former construction workers had ...