Our "Pistol Training Techniques" series provides discrete and valuable training regimens, tips and techniques to improve your pistol shooting. Each technique is a proven training element used by our shooters or provided by professional shooters who use these techniques themselves. In this "Pistol Training Techniques" article, we present and discuss the 700 Point Aggregate training course of fire.
Welcome to "Journey to USPSA Regionals", my competitive shooting train-up journal. As I go on my odyssey of becoming competitive in a USPSA competition (or other endeavors), I plan on sharing my journey with training tips, thoughts, experiences, etc. In this journal entry, I share my reflections and learning on my pistol shooting core-basics - basics that everything else builds upon.
In this episode of “Guns Smoking, Brass Flying”, we interview Mark Kexel of Mad Dog Weapons Systems and the MSR Evolution Forum. If you own an AR-15 you NEED to hear this podcast. Mark is radically evolving the options for AR-15, as can be seen in the 277 Wolverine work. DO NOT miss this episode!
In this video, we will demonstrate the proper, basic field disassembly and assembly of the Glock pistol. Field disassembly does not require any special tools and is the normal level of disassembly needed to conduct most cleaning and inspection work.
The Glock pistol is a solid shooting platform. In Part 1 of this two-part series, we presented some inherent weaknesses in the standard pistol. Here, in Part 2 we methodically discuss the solutions to these weaknesses and show how, regardless of your gunsmithing skills, you can make your Glock better. At the end of the article, we lay out the options and cost side by side.