Monthly Archives: March 2017

Breaking Down the Speed Strip Reload

In my previous speed strip post I talked about different techniques used to reload with a speed strip, and the concept of partial loads. Unlock its semi auto cousin, it is possible to only load one or two rounds on … Continue reading

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Wheel Gun Wednesday

How to clean a S&W revolver. I found out this was important a couple weeks ago 🙂

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Running the Strip

In the concealed carry revolver world, speed strips are probably more commonly carried than an actual speedloader. Speedloaders are bulky, being the same diameter as the widest part of the revolver, the cylinder. The fix to this problem has always … Continue reading

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Anatomy of a Reload

Taking a break from the revolver on this one and breaking down the reload on the semi-auto this time. There are is a key concept built into my reload technique, that having index points to consistently place the firearm in … Continue reading

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Training Update

I used up all of my .38 special ammo allowance over the past couple weeks. I am teaching a class towards the end of the March, and taking a class the first week of April, so what I have left … Continue reading

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Return on Investment

The firearms industry is a gear driven industry. To argue otherwise, just a few months after SHOT show, would be ludicrous. If it weren’t, SHOT show would be about training, and not about the latest and greatest gadgets in the … Continue reading

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Testing the Carry Load

A couple weeks ago I posted about choosing a carry load and some of the criteria that I like for a carry load to have. A couple things Inlisted were shootability, and accuracy. I have set standards I want a … Continue reading

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