- Published on Tuesday, 12 February 2013 13:31
- Written by Charles L. Cotton
The new TexasShooting.com has been under development for several months and over that period of time a few people have asked if it was going to be a “just another gun website” like dozens of others on the Internet. The answer is an emphatic “no!” It is hard to categorize the new TexasShooting.com, but “online firearms magazine” would be about as close as you could get if you are limited to five words or less.
While TexasShooting.com will have many characteristics of a magazine, it is going to be much much more. We will be publishing articles on various topics, but we also want your input as well. We want to hear from individuals, range owners, club and match officials, just about anyone and everyone involved in the Texas gun-owning and shooting community. Individuals are welcome to submit letters-to-the-editor and articles for publication, without actually subscribing to TexasShooting.com. Shooting ranges, clubs and instructors, as well as shooting matches that have an organizational structure, need to subscribe before submitting articles, announcements or letters. (These are referred to collectively as “Clubs.”) You can find more information about club subscriptions elsewhere on TexasShooting.com.
TexasShooting.com will not be primarily a politically oriented website although these topics will be covered in the State and Local and National News sections and in editorials. (Our sister websites TexasCHLforum.com and TexasFirearmsCoalition.com provide extensive coverage of political and legislative matters, as well as other subjects.) The greater focus will be letting our readers know what’s going on in the Texas shooting world.
Whether you want to find a match close to you, find an instructor or training course, read an honest product review, watch a video, or simply want to read entertaining stories by or about fellow gun owners, TexasShooting.com needs to be your go-to destination on the Internet.