Get footage through your firearm’s sight picture with this unique action camera perspective.
Getting winded really impacts shooting performance. If you practice to use a firearm for home defense, self defense, or on duty – it is very important to work in training for shooting under stress. Thankfully, it is easy to do.
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.
This little girl proves even children can safely and responsibly handle firearms.
Most “accidental” discharges are actually negligent discharges.
Being able to shoot a pistol with both eyes open is critical for accuracy, speed, and target transition – all of which are important for self defense, competition, and casual shooting. Professional competitive shooter Doug Koenig weighs in on shooting with one eye open or both eyes open. Depth perception, target aquisition, wider field of […]
Shooting sports, of any format, are a way to get out to the range, shoot your firearms in ways you can’t normally shoot them, hangout with likeminded individuals, improve your skills, and have lots of fun. Everyone who is interested in shooting should give a shooting sport a try.
Stovepipes are a brutal “failure to eject” (FTE) malfunction that put your handgun in a complete inoperable state. A stovepipe is when a spent casing gets caught in the action and the firearm’s action can no longer cycle. Fortunately, these types of jams can be easily cleared through proper technique.
Shooting offhand, kneeling, and prone are critical skills for anyone who wants to go shooting outside of a shooting range with a shooting bench.
The primary reason to wear a gun belt lies in its rigidity. A good gun belt will be stiff, preventing your belt and it’s assorted accessories from sagging unevenly. Also, a good gun belt will be more fine tune adjustable than a standard belt. Both of which helps seat your gun at a consistent and snug position.
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 […]