Pistol Hunting Tips for shooters .

The pistol is one of the powerful weapons used by so many people in the modern world for the purpose of adventure or personal security. If you are planning on the hunting plan, then this is the right place for getting full info on Pistol hunting tips. Pistol Hunting is not kids games; you must require experience, skills, and presence of mind. If you have all of these, then you can easily complete the task of pistol hunting. Are you loved to play the pistol hunting in the jungle or any other ground area? If yes, then this the right place for getting pistol hunting trick and techniques, which can give you real-time experience. So get ready to adopt amazing pistol hunting tips from this article.

  • Too Tight Gripping:

Gripping is the most important aspect while pistol hunting, so you must require for too tight gripping. Sometimes people are carrying the pistol with the high level of gripping but it can cause a reduction in the accuracy of the players. Therefore you can use the pistol with the smooth hands and organized a grip in a manner, which can’t strain the muscles in your hand and arms. There are some gun safe accessories which you can use to make your gun more efficient.

  • Effectively Work on Your Trigger Control:

In the rifle, you just need to practice a lot with your trigger squeeze. You will get a nice, break, smooth and clean trigger action. It is a fact that with a handgun’s shorter barrel, the issue of trigger control will never be increased. Therefore, you must spend a lot of time for the dry-firing and assure that your sights stay on the object or target.

  • Long Range Hunting Goals:

Are you decided for the long range hunting goal? If yes, then prepared with some amazing tips, which will be helpful for the pistol hunting program. Exact or proper handgun shooting needs a steady rest on the ground and it will take along a bipod and knowledge to adopt benefit of natural rest. This will give you the ability for the long range hunting goals. Fulfill your wide range hunting goals.

  • Select a Right Pistol

In the wide stock of hunting pistols, your trigger position finger is properly set the alignment the sights. Therefore, you must choose the right pistol for the purpose of hunting and with the right decision; you can go with simple, smooth Soft and Sticky material handgun is better for the grip and recoil will give you best hunting experience ever and for a right pistol, you should buy a right fingerprint gun safe.

  • Real-Time Practice:

After choosing the right pistol, the time has come for the practice. Practice is the basic component of the good pistol hunting and this will happen only with the lots of practice. In the practice session of pistol hunting, you will realize that how to use, carry or features of the pistol.  Real-time practice will give you the opportunity for the amusing and entertain hunting.

  • Operate Pistol with an Easy Way:

You must operate the pistol at the time of hunting with an easy way and it is a most important factor for the successful hunting. Well, Pistol is the amazing weapon for the purpose of hunting. You may enjoy a lot with the best operation and application of hunting. Sometimes, people are not understood the functions and operation of the pistol. Thus must learn the features and operations of Pistol then start the hunting process.

Raunchy Details Emerge From Ramon Cortines Lawsuit

The Courthouse News Service has all the raunchy details emerging from the Ramon Cortines “sexual battery” lawsuit. Former LAUSD employee Scot Graham makes the following accusations, according to the lawsuit:

  • Days after hiring him, Cortines tried to grab Graham’s penis, then proposed the two of them go to Cortines’ office to have sex.
  • Years later, after Cortines had become Superintendent, he invited Graham to a getaway at Cortines’ ranch, where he once again attempted to grab and grope Graham, and tried to kiss him on the mouth.
  • That night, Cortines entered Graham’s room, naked as a jaybird, his penis erect. He got into Graham’s bed and started masturbating. He then grabbed Graham’s penis and stated, “you’re not getting hard.”


But perhaps more shocking is the coverup.

Graham says he told higher ups about the incidents but they were never investigated due to LAUSD’s ”culture of sexual abuse, stealth and secrecy.” From CNS:

He says he reported the incidents to his supervisors and to the district’s general counsel, David Holmquist, but no action was taken.
Holmquist, a nonparty, told him to “‘forget’ about the incident with Cortines,” Graham says.
“What is the point of ruining a man’s career … what are you going to accomplish by complaining?” Holmquist allegedly asked.

Who else was protecting Cortines?

“It appeared that Cortines had an inner circle of individuals whom he had appointed to positions of authority in order to insulate himself from the consequences of his sexual exploits,” Graham claims.

City Council: Everybody Must Not Get Stoned

The City Council, after a genuine, real, honest to god debate, voted 13-1 to ban all pan shops in Los Angeles. And by 13-1, we mean 14-0, since Paul Koretz changed his vote retroactively (this is not a Mitt Romney joke) by going up to the city clerk later.

And so it is that, 16 years after California voted to legalize medical marijuana, the city council for the largest city in the state, after failing to construct a coherent policy for each of those 16 years, simply voted to rip the whole thing up and go back to prohibition.

So within 45 days (or 30, or 90– everyone reports a different number) the 762 (or 1,000, or however many– no one really knows!) dispensaries will forced to shut their doors or face the wrath of LAPD.


Dave Z. also notes that marijuana advocates are donating money to reelect Rosendahl and Councilman Paul Koretz– which odd, since neither of them actually voted against the measure to ban dispensaries. Koretz voted no at first but then retroactively changed his vote. Rosendahl, meanwhile, was a no show.

His deputy told reporters that Rosendahl hurt his back– a suspiciously convenient excuse in an elected body that votes unanimously 99.2% of the time, where councilmen routinely make up fake excuses so as not to be the odd man out.

Recently an incident happened after people were too stoned.

A 21-year-old man and his brother, 15, were critically injured after crashing during a motorcycle chase from Riverside to Moreno Valley, while carrying a backpack full of marijuana.


Police tried to stop the motorcycle for driving without a license plate about 2:15 a.m. near Chicago Avenue and Third Street when the rider sped away, police said.

The motorcycle led police on a chase topping 90 mph heading south down Interstate 215 toward Moreno Valley. The rider exited at Alessandro Boulevard and motioned like he might reenter the freeway toward Perris before he crashed.