In October of 2011, I started a blog called Master Class Chronicles. The idea, back then, was to track my progress towards earning a master classification in IDPA. Well, life happened and IDPA was pushed to the bottom of the list of things to get done, and stopped getting done. Master Class Chronicles evolved from a blog about shooting IDPA to a blog just about shooting. I wrote about what it was like shooting different guns, how well different guns could be shot compared to each other, and my take on shooting better. Over the life of Master Class Chronicles I spent time shooting a Beretta 96D, a Sig P226 a Ruger LC9, a Ruger SP101, a Sig P229, a Glock 22, a RIA M200 and maybe a couple I forgot about. Priority: Performance will be what Master Class Chronicles turned into. It will be about shooting different guns, and what it means to shoot them well, or at least my take on it.


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