The National Rifle Association and Henry Repeating Arms recently hosted a 1,000 man shoot to set a world record on November 14th, 2016 in Phoenix, Arizona. 1,000 participants lined up and consecutively fired from 1,000 .22lr rifles.
Run and Guns are challenging shooting competitions that force competitors to carry their gear across 5~ miles and shoot stages along the way. They push your shooting skills to the limit and are extremely fun. The WTF Biathlon was an excellent event, well worth making time for.
Unfortunately, I forgot to turn on my camera for two of the stages. Thankfully, one of those stages was rather simple, the other was probably my best stage. Of course. This was a very educational match for me. It’s been a long time since I’ve done an IDPA Carbine match with my trusty AR15. Lately, […]
It’s been several months since I’ve done an IDPA pistol event. Weather, other events, and other things in life have kept me busy. It was fun to get back out there and do a pistol only event. Thanks to competing in other formats, I managed to snag myself a procedural for reloading across an opening. […]
This year was the first year the Rio Run and Gun was held, and it was great. It was my second run and gun, and just as grueling as my first. Run and gun shooting competitions are quite simple, you have to carry all of your gear with you, gun, ammo, water, and anything else […]