One of the more popular post on the blog is THIS ONE, about pattern testing #4 buckshot. I figured I would revisit, and keep the series going. Current leader is Hornady’s #4 buckshot load with the Versa-Tite wad, so it is back to defend its title. This time against a generic #4 buck load from … Continue reading Testing #4 Buckshot, Part II
Chronicles of a BUG: How accurate is it?
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?
Chronicles of a BUG: Beretta Pico
Last year I made a commitment to running a revolver basically exclusively for a year. It gave me the opportunity to really grasp some of the nuance associated with the wheel gun. This year I am looking at doing sort of the same with smaller pistols. I don't want to limit myself to just backup … Continue reading Chronicles of a BUG: Beretta Pico
Learning to Drive the Dot
In the past, I have been a very accuracy focused shooter. While certainly not the most accurate, I place a lot of value in being able to get really solid hits. Because of that, I prefer a very precise sight picture, with the fired round hitting to the top of the front blade. This allows … Continue reading Learning to Drive the Dot