Here’s another Shoot Better in a Minute video that we did with the good folks over at Range365. The human eye is a bit weird when it comes to shooting using iron sights. While the rear sight, front sight, and target may all appear to be in focus at the same time, they’re not. Your brain […]
If you want to improve your handguns skills, you’ve got to get serious about structured practice. Not only that, you need a way to measure your results and progress over time. Fortunately, there are cheap and easy way to do this that require nothing more than a paper plates and your smartphone. If you want […]
Here’s another Shoot Better in a minute video we produced with the good folks from Range365:
Everyone talks about proper shooting stance. You’ll hear advice like “place your feet like this” or “assume a boxing stance.” All of that is correct, yet lots of folks still have trouble mastering the concept of weight distribution. Telling a new(er) shooter to “lean forward” is correct, but as the video here shows, there’s a […]
Here’s a counterintuitive little tip that’ll improve your accuracy right away. Stop trying to “time” your shot for the exact instant that your sights are perfectly aligned. Watch how it works…
Want to shoot better in a minute? We’ve been working on a new video series for new(er) shooters with the good folks at Range365. Check this one out – it’s about the drawbacks of the dreaded cup and saucer grip technique.
I recently attended a media event hosted by Lancer Systems. They’re partnering with the tactical gurus at Beck Defense on all sorts of nifty projects. One of those is a full-auto, subsonic, suppressed, AR-15. It shoots 75-grain .223 cartridges – reliably. Here’s a quick look at how it runs.
I’ve had my hot little hands on one of the new Sig Sauer .308 silencers for the past few weeks. It’s a great system, especially the science and logic behind the mounts and muzzle devices. Check out this closer look at how it works and, more importantly, how it shoots.
Filed under the ‘something you don’t see everyday’ category… Our female Welsh Springer Spaniel has extra-sensory perception. She can spot a bird, squirrel, chinchilla, or any other furry living being from a distance of 42.7654887 light years, provided that sun spots are not acting up. Late this afternoon, she starts barking at the back yard […]
A nice scope for the money!