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Factory Pistol Ammunition

Comparing Factory Pistol Ammunition

If you don’t have time to reload your own ammo, the best thing for you to do is find factory pistol ammunition you and your gun likes and buy it in bulk. Thanks to Widener’s Reloading & Shooting Supply, they supplied me with two new factory rounds to try out for competition shooting. I tested…
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Lessons Learned Before Going to a Major 3Gun Match!

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The Best Home Defense: Situational Awareness

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Shooting Competition Etiquette

There’s a lot of time and effort that goes into putting on a shooting competition. If you’ve never volunteered to help out at a match then it’s hard to understand what goes on behind the scenes. In this blog, I’ll go over some common misconceptions and proper etiquette at shooting competitions. 1. Have Your Guns…
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Walther Q5 match pistol

Walther Q5 Match Pistol Review

The Walther Q5 match pistol is a game changer in the market of competition pistols. It comes competition ready right out of the box. This innovative design is very versatile and is great for USPSA, steel challenges, 3-gun, 2-gun, and any other shooting competition. Here are the reasons why I recommend the Walther Q5 match…
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Running and Gunning with Malfunctions

If you shoot often, chances are you’ve run into some malfunctions. Learning to identify what they are and what you do to clear them is important. Some malfunctions are easy to clear and continue, while some can cause some serious damage if you continue. Keep in mind the tap, rack, and roll technique. When certain…
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Meet Kenzie Fitzpatrick

I was lucky enough to be raised in a great family that supports our Second Amendment rights. From a very early age, I learned to respect firearms and appreciate them for what they are – a tool. While growing up, I only hunted with shotguns and occasionally a rifle. It wasn’t until later in life…
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Range Project LLC – 1st Annual Special Operations Multi Gun Challenge

2019 started off with a big bang at the 1st Annual Special Operations Multi-Gun Challenge at Range Project in DeFuniak Springs, FL. The match consisted of 6 hard core stages with different elevation levels, shooting stances, obstacles, and some non-dominant hand shooting. There were about 50 shooters in attendance from all different military backgrounds and some individuals driving as far as Pensacola and Tallahassee.

USPSA & IDPA Competition Shooting

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Shooting A Cowboy Action Stage

Cowboy Action stages are fun to shoot because you rarely ever see the same stage twice. The biggest learning curve is understanding what each of the sweep patterns is and how to best shoot them. Sweep patterns are the shooting sequence you are given for a set of targets. If you want to become good at shooting sweep patterns, be sure to head to the range and practice, practice, practice.