It’s easy to get caught up wanting a fast draw for competition, but the truth is, far more people carry a pistol for personal defense than shoot matches. So, in this video, BJ breaks down a basic, 3 step draw stroke that teaches in basic and defensive pistol courses.
While you generally want to run the gun to slide lock in IDPA competition, you may run into a standards stage or other situations where you need to perform a loaded chamber reload and retain the old magazine.
Let’s face it, shotgun slugs generally aren’t something most people look forward to shooting. This week, I break down a couple of points that have helped me have more success when it comes time to load up slugs.
The Mossberg 590A1 series is an awesome shotgun, and is the only general issue shotgun in the US Marine Corps today. They sent down one of Magpul MOE edition guns for me to run and test out. Once I adjusted the stock down (it came out of the box at maximum length of pull),…
Dot Torture is a great drill for your fundamentals. I’m still learning the DA trigger, and it looks like I’ve got some more work to do to get a consistent 50/50 before increasing the range! Downloadable Target
I got my new Beretta 92G Brigadier Tactical form Wilson Combat last week and was finally able to get out on the range for a little trigger time. You’ll see a full on review soon, with range footage and accuracy testing, but I wanted to go ahead and give you my initial impressions, which are…
Hey guys, X-Treme asked me to do a few tips on getting the best results out of plated bullets. So, here are some of my personal findings about the difference between loading plated and jacketed bullets. More to come soon!