Shooting an AR-15 with an LPVO at a match was a first for me recently. It was a fun new experience that shed some light on a few things I should have known and on a few things that I didn’t know. Also, I might be a LARPer and I’m okay with that.
Every match, regardless of a good or bad performance, has something to teach us as long as we maintain awareness during our performance. This after action report breaks down some recent snafus in an IDPA match and my plans to remedy them.
The custom holster market is filled with options ranging from terrible to fantastic. I’ve found Weber Tactical’s USPSA/IDPA holsters to be on the positive end of that spectrum even though I’ve run into a few issues with them.
Being able to place an accurate shot on a static target without any time pressure is the essential foundation on which fast practical marksmanship is built on. Here are a few things I’m doing to improve that foundation.
Not a bad IDPA match overall, with the exception of stage 5 and hitting a non-threat on stage 3. Best part of the match was getting squad up with folks I interact with regularly.
A short after action report of the Father’s Day 2021 IDPA match. Net result – I didn’t do as bad as I thought I did.