RELAXING AT THE RANGE

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Last week, the significant other and I spent a great week in Utah’s beautiful Wasatch Mountains, teaching a MAG-40 class. We finished the week on Sunday at the Glock Shooting Sports Foundation (GSSF) match...

THE VALUE OF PRACTICE

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Just got back from six days in Tallahassee, five of them at the Pat Thomas law enforcement training center both studying and teaching at the High Liability Instructors Conference, and one day prior shooting...

NOSTALGIA TIME

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June, 2017 was definitely “nostalgia month” for the old guy here.  You saw how many blog entries I devoted to The Pin Shoot, the reincarnation of the iconic handgun/rifle/shotgun match Richard Davis founded more...

LESSONS FROM THE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

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I’ve always found that a shooting match is win-win. If you win, you get positive reinforcement and of course, warm fuzzies. If you lose, you get a learning experience. For me, the latest IDPA...

2016: A GOOD YEAR FOR FEMALE SHOOTERS

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It has been a good year for female shooters.  America’s first Gold Medal in this year’s Olympics was captured by young Virginia Thrasher, competing in ten meter Women’s Air Rifle.  Kim Rhode went Gold,...