Every hunting trip yields new memories and offers a learning opportunity. This after action report recounts what I saw and learned during an exotic game hunt in July of 2020.
One of the most important fundamentals of pistol shooting is sight alignment. A red dot sight (RDS) provides a lot of benefits but requires a different approach to sight alignment fundamentals. KR Training’s course addresses the RDS fundamentals.
Here is my rather lengthly after action report of the Combative Pistol course I recently attended. This class is a must for anyone who owns a gun for self defense. It will level you up and change the way you think about self defense.
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.
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.
Every time I’ve attended a defensive firearms course, I have fun and come away reminded that I’ve got more work to do in order to increase my proficiency.
While lots of mistakes were made and lessons learned, a few deer were harvested and lifelong memories were made.
One double feed in three matches out of ten with the same P229. Maybe it’s not just me? But I really don’t want to break up with this Sig.
Practice makes permanent. Practice well and practice often.