I believe participating in local IDPA matches helps improve proficiency with firearms. With some training and practice, anyone can become a better shooter. Keep reading to see how I faired in March.
Just an average Joe who loves to geek out on firearm mechanics and ballistics.
Whether you like bump stocks or not, the ban on this accessory is an erosion of gun rights in this country. An erosion supported by president Trump and the NRA which gun owner’s allowed to happen through their complacency.
Anyone who thinks they don’t need or wouldn’t benefit from firearms training is just plain wrong. Whether it’s for defensive or competitive reasons, get some training and run your gear better.
Selecting a firearm for concealed carry is personal choice. With so many options available, finding the right one can seem daunting. But with a little guidance it’s possible to make a good choice.
A beast of a rifle to tame a beast of a round. Sending $5 bills has never made me smile so much.
While the Supreme Court has not issued a ruling or opinion specifically regarding the constitutionality of concealed carry, the DC vs Heller and McDonal vs Chicago cases point to yes.
So far so good. 300 rounds and counting, no malfunctions, heavy striker drag on spent primers, and a splash of slide bite.
I’ve decided to let go of my first firearm. It’s bitter sweet as it’s made a great everyday carry gun, but truth be told – I don’t enjoy shooting it anymore. Alas, all good things come to an end.
Shooting my first IDPA match was a humbling experience. But it won’t be my last as I seek to improve my shooting skills.
Beware of over-confidence; especially when you only get one chance.