PLATINUM PLUS SERIES GUN SAFE

* Heavy 3/16″ steel body
* 1200°/120 min. fire protection
* Grade VI Interior package
* Integrated Jewelry Box
* Five layers of 1/2″ fire-resistant insulation in the body
* Four layers of 1/2″ fire-resistant insulation in the door
* Premium 3-in-1 Palusol® fire seal for added fire protection

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Nagel’s Story

In his garage, Homer Nagel began customizing military rifles for hunting and
shooting sports. With growing demand he and his son, Robert H. Nagel, established
a retail store front and they began selling firearms, accessories and gunsmithing
services. With strength, drive, and sacrifice, the Nagel family transformed an idea in a
garage to one of the largest family owned gun stores in Texas.

If You Have a Gun in Your Home…

Many kids are raised with guns in the home, particularly if hunting is a part of family recreation. If you keep a gun in the home, it’s important to teach your kids to act in a safe and responsible way around it.

To ensure the safest environment for your family:

  • Take the ammunition out of the gun.
  • Lock the gun and keep it out of reach of kids. Hiding the gun is not enough.
  • Lock the ammunition and store it apart from the gun.
  • Store the keys for the gun and the ammunition in a different area from where you store household keys. Keep the keys out of reach of children.
  • Lock up gun-cleaning supplies, which are often poisonous.
  • When handling or cleaning a gun, adults should never leave the gun unattended.

If you own a gun or have found one in your home and want to dispose of it, call your local police station. Do not dial 911 or an emergency line. Laws differ between states, but generally, the firearm will be checked to ensure it was not part of a criminal investigation and then it will be destroyed.

Community “buy-back” or “amnesty” days are another disposal option. These programs allow people to bring unwanted guns to a designated place where they will be made unusable. To find out if your community hosts these programs, contact your local police department — but don’t wait until such a program becomes available to dispose of an unwanted firearm.

Why You Should Wear Your Concealed Firearm in the Same Place Every Time

Everyone has different behaviors, styles of dress, and body compositions. There is no one position over another. It comes down to what is comfortable to you, where you feel confident, and where it is easy to get to quickly.

5 Tips For Concealed Carry This Winter

Create a lasting habit this winter by carrying in the same place every time. Make sure you find the right place for you during cold weather.

Invest in a Good Belt for Concealed Carry

downloadThe most common factor for people having issues with carrying is that they usually do not have a good belt. The belt is the most central and vital to any carry array. I’m surprised by the lack of information and discussion about this central piece. There is a very distinct type of belt for carrying.

Look for belts that have durable material and are thick and wide. Avoid belts that feel flimsy or can be bent across their width. Problems with printing, holster ride, and chaffing (to name a few) stem from an improper belt that cannot support the weight of a firearm.

Gun Tips for a Better Grip

Position The Gun In Your Hand So You Can Reach The Trigger

The angle the gun sits in relation to your arm is not that important. Being able to place your finger properly on the trigger is.

Don’t try to align the barrel of the pistol with your arm.

Practice Holding On Tight

Gripping properly will not just happen. Most think it will just come with practice, but it doesn’t unless you think about it. One area that dry fire can really help is maintaining a tight grip while pulling the trigger.

It’s easy to pick up bad habits from dry firing with no live fire to support the techniques being learned. If you never have to deal with effects of the gun firing, muzzle flip and recoil, you will never learn how to control them.

Learn the hand positions and make yourself do them correctly. Remember, you will do whatever you teach yourself to do. Once you memorize a technique, good or bad, that is what is likely to occur when you shoot under pressure.