Not long ago, the thought of competing in a major USPSA match was not something I ever entertained. Now, my first major match is on the horizon and it’s time to start getting ready for it. I have a plan. Not sure it’s good or bad, but it’s a plan nevertheless.
The next milestone in my Rangemaster instructor certification journey is fast approaching. Of course, this means it’s time to make a few small tweaks to my practice and match plans in order to be familiar with the processes necessary for success.
No big changes are planned for 2023. The goals I’m setting are realistic. Whether I achieve them or not, the blog posts will continue to come next year. At least, that’s my best effort prediction.
Predictably, 2022 didn’t go as planned, but it wasn’t half bad. In fact, it was pretty good. Here is a review of what went down in the context of hunting, competition, and self defense.
I’ve been thinking about how I conduct product reviews and what I include when publishing them on the blog. Given the introduction of UncleZo.deals and the increasing number of product reviews, I’m going to make a few changes. Here is what’s happening.
It’s time to switch into qualification preparation mode as the scheduled date for the Rangemaster Advanced Instructor course I will be attending approaches. It won’t be a walk in the park, but I expect it will be worth the effort.