If one can’t place a shot in the vital zone with a particular cartridge, then that cartridge is irrelevant. However, if one can place a shot a good shot with several cartridges, then cartridge selection becomes pretty important.
With so many great options for a “next gun”, I’ve found that a prioritized short list is a good way to help minimize those pesky impulse purchases while at a gun show or while perusing a gun store. What’s “next” on your list?
“Less stuff, more experience” is my theme for 2020. I want compete more and hunt more. Most of all I want to really level up my pistol handling skills in 2020.
2019 was filled with a bunch of firearm firsts for me. All of which were wonderful experiences, several of which were shared with friends and family.
I wrote them. You read them.
Took a few months, but my wife and I finally found a day to go to the range together where she could try out her new hunting rifle. She love it. Now to arrange for her first hunt…
While it’s a bit on the expensive size for duty-sized polymer-framed striker-fired pistol, the HK VP9 is a great option for home defense or everyday carry.
Want to level up proficiency with firearms? Then get some training to inform how you practice. Rinse and repeat.
I was saddened to hear about the church shooting in White Settlement, TX on December…
I might have fallen in love with a folding knife… one that could be the best folding knife for hunting.
.308 Winchester or 6.5 Creedmoor? There is a difference, but it’s not as big as those engaging in heated debates over it would like you to believe.
Take a list of available cartridges, filter out those whose ballistic capabilities are insufficient for the application, and sort by preference. That’s how I match my cartridge to the hunt.