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Journey to USPSA Regionals – Dry Fire Drills Revisted   Recently updated !

Welcome to "Journey to USPSA Regionals". This is my personal journal related to my training and competition activities on my journey to train-up in order to compete at a USPSA regional. After working my dry fire routine for a few weeks, I have learned some key lessons, I have identified some changes and I am pursuing some additional knowledge and tools for further improvements. Take a look!

Pistol Training Techniques – The Bill Drill

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 article, we present the "Bill Drill". We have found the Bill Drill to be one of the most transformative speed drills out there that I have tried.

Jim’s Gems #1, Defensive Pistol Selection Thoughts and Experiences 2

Welcome to "Jim's Gems" a monthly column by Jim Marsal. First off let's give a warm welcome to Jim joining TheGaGG.com team. This is #1, and in this column Jim answers the age-old question of what's "that one gun" to carry in a defensive scenario... Or does he? Well read on, and find out!

Primer Punch size difference for Hornady AP Progressive Press

Reloading: Setting Up My Progressive

Given the amount of training I am doing (and will be doing), I have decided to branch out my reloading with a progressive press. I bought a Hornady AP Progressive Press and have spent a couple of weeks between the instructions and videos for setting it up properly. This article details the quick method of "from box to ready", to "start load set up" for this press. It helps you to not waste time (as I did) in going back and forth trying to figure out what's what.

Journey to USPSA Regionals: Establishing Training Regimen

Welcome to "Journey to USPSA Regionals". This is my personal journal related to my training and competition activities on my journey to train-up in order to compete at a USPSA regional. Building skills is hard!! Without a set of goals and a clear training regimen, you are largely burning up your time inefficiently. In this article, I outline my base training regimen that I will be evolving as I go.