Another major match is in the books. This time it was my first IDPA match, The Come and Take It Texas Shootout. I didn’t do as well as I had hoped or expected, but it was a good time and I learned a few things.
The VP9 has seen 10,000 rounds over two and a half years without any significant issues or wear. Color me impressed.
There is no shortage of dry fire aids available in the market. The benefits and drawbacks of these products are a source of great debate. Adding a little context makes determining if the aids are worth it as clear as mud.
How about a little recap of the 2023 USPSA Primary Arms Space City Challenge? Let’s take a look at how it went and what I learned. Spoiler alert: it didn’t go as planned, but it was a whole lot of fun.
Memphis Beech offers a 90-minute webinar designed to get folks started with dry fire safety and effectively at a very reasonable price. This is a modest value packed investment one can make to fast track their marksmanship skill development.
I’ve heard many reasons explaining why folks won’t go shoot a match in my years of encouraging them to do so. Maybe by exploring those reasons we can find ways to overcome the barriers to getting started.