Just when you think you have everything you need to assemble an upgrade or a customization is exactly when things don’t go as planned.
While I still maintain a personal preference for the look and feel of metal framed guns over the polymer ones, I can’t deny I’m extremely satisfied with the VP9’s overall performance.
This last IDPA match felt like a really bad match. However, the final score compared to past performance indicates it was above average. Either way, this calls for more practice and training.
I’m officially classified in IDPA as a novice.
My EDC evolved again. While this was a welcome change, the only thing I am certain of is that isn’t my EDC’s final form.
Sometimes it’s okay to not over analyze a match and just shoot it for fun… and I did exactly that this last match. It was exactly what I needed – a little fun at the range!
First IDPA match of 2020 was also the first match with the VP9. Some things about this match were good. Some were bad. In the end, it was one of my better matches to date.
It’s been a good first year for the blog, and I’m looking forward to seeing what this next year brings. Thank you for being a part of it.
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?