Monthly Archives: February 2017

Milestone

Dot Torture is one of those drills that I have been shooting for a long time. Long enough that I don’t even recall the the first time I shot it. Over time I have gradually improved my performance on the … Continue reading

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The Value of Adjustable Sights

One of the cool things about revolvers is that depending on what caliber it is built for, we can usually shoot more than one caliber in the gun. Probably the most common is having a revolver chambered for .357 Magnum, … Continue reading

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Wheelgun Wednesday

A couple weeks ago, Greg Ellifritz of Active Response Training shared one of my posts in his Weekend Knowledge Dump. The blog traffic skyrocketed, and guy named Justin found the blog. Turns out Justin is a revolver guy too, and … Continue reading

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The Chicken, or the Egg

The eternal question, which came first? Fortunately, the question isn’t as difficult when it comes to what comes first, training (taking a class), or practice (spending time on the range alone or with a group). This is something I have … Continue reading

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Choosing a Carry Load

When it comes to picking a round to carry for defensive or duty use, I have a fairly specific set of criteria I am looking for. The number one item on the list is reliability. In a semi auto that … Continue reading

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Tuesday Training Update

Last week was a little light on the blog. I was scheduled to teach a carbine class over the weekend and amd focused my spare attention on making sure everything was ready to roll for that class. I also decided … Continue reading

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Wheel Gun Wednesday

I do have other revolvers in my life other than the one I shoot most of the time. Another favorite is the Ruger GP100 chambered in .38 Special only. For a fullsize revolver, it balances really well and is of … Continue reading

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