Monthly Archives: January 2017

The Reload Disconnect

I noted some of the issues with my revolver reloads. To illustrate what I am talking about, I have a picture.  The difference in bullet profile is like the difference between night and day. You can also see knicks and … Continue reading

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Tuesday Training Update

Not much has been happening this week. Just some more dry fire and a little more live fire, focused primarily on reloads. Last week’s live fire practice with reloads has be re-evaluating my reloads a little. My goal is to … Continue reading

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Flashlight Friday

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Thursday Training Tip: Compete

I can make all the argument I want for why competition in shooting is a good thing. I am sure most people would have heard everything I could say before. So instead of that, I will give you this video, … Continue reading

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Wheel Gun Wednesday

A good primer to get everyone started.

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Tuesday Training Update…on Wednesday

This week, finally, I made it back to the range. I was able to work a cold AMRAP, a couple bill drills, and some live fire reloads. The rest of the time was spent at 25 yards making a slight … Continue reading

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The Pocket vs. The Pouch

Since I have been working my revolver skills, I have been focusing on reloading from a pocket. I felt like this was the post practical carry location for a spare speedloader, as speedloader pouches tend to be pretty bulky and … Continue reading

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