One of the things that pulled me the direction of the Pico is that it actually has real sights on it. It is not uncommon for pocket sized guns to have a poor excuse for sights, usually in the form of a shallow rear notch and barely noticeable milled in front post. This also means … Continue reading Chronicles of a BUG: How accurate is it?
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 tweak to the sights. I ran the a 2 second AMRAP from 5 yards on … Continue reading Tuesday Training Update…on Wednesday
A good thing about using video to get a different perspective on your dryfire practice reps is that you will see things you didn't before. Over the weekend I was working reloads (again), and noticed a flaw in my technique. Once I ejected the spent brass I was rotating the gun against my body so … Continue reading Tuesday Training Update
Not much has changed in the past week. Stillworking the dryfire, focusing heavy on reloads, but adding some draw and trigger work as well. I have also been playing around with different speedloaders. I have both Dade Machine & Screw loaders that are not that common anymore, and Safariland Comp II loaders. The Safariland loader … Continue reading Tuesday Training Update