What do we learn in the first 50 rounds of shooting a cheap shotgun? That cheap isn’t always a good thing. The gun itself is relatively smooth to operate and easy to run, when it runs correctly. In the first 50 rounds of shooting, I noted that I was getting regular instances of the shell … Continue reading H&R Pardner Pump: The First 155 Rounds
We are taking a different tact this month and the drill will be a dry fire drill. We can’t post a picture of a dry fire drill, so this month the requirement will be to post a short video to the Priority Performance Facebook page. Here is the drill. Using the 10-8 Performance dry fire … Continue reading Drill of the Month – July 2020
One of the more popular post on the blog is THIS ONE, about pattern testing #4 buckshot. I figured I would revisit, and keep the series going. Current leader is Hornady’s #4 buckshot load with the Versa-Tite wad, so it is back to defend its title. This time against a generic #4 buck load from … Continue reading Testing #4 Buckshot, Part II
Taking a look at the H&R Pardner 20 Gauge straight out of the box.
We are going to kick this off kind of simple, the June drill of the month is Dot Torture, but not the normal Dot Torture. There is an abbreviated version that is also smaller than the normal Dot Torture. The target is available at the link below. Dot Torture 30 rd version - small dots … Continue reading Drill of the Month, June 2020