This week Ben and I talk about how getting involved and working at a match will make you a better shooter. You’ll be more prepared, know the rules better, and have a few other advantages too.
Gear that Doesn’t Suck
The Belkin Conserve Socket is a great little timer to use on your brass tumbler if you’re a reloader. It’s better than a light timer, and it’s cheap. I actually use it with both my brass tumbler and my slow cooker when I’m making a pork shoulder or something.
Ben and I both use it for our tumblers, and it works great. Check it out.
So, last week on the podcast we talked about some guys “open carrying” and racking shotguns in Georgia. We talked all about the laws in Georgia and stuff, and as it turns out… it happened in Mississippi. Sorry, we’ll do better next time.
On a similar note, we had a local guy walk into a mall carrying an AR and a bunch of tactical nylon. People freaked out. He got arrested.
Last week on the Q&A show we answered a question from a listener about how to carry concealed in business casual. Neither of us are business casual types, so we did the best we could, but a bunch of listeners chimed in and gave us some better answers.
Dryfire Drill of the Week
We want to hear about the dryfire drills that you are doing. If you have something in your shooting that you’re working on, and you’ve come up with a drill to address it, we want to hear about it. Shoot a voicemail to [email protected] or send us a voicemail and tell us about it.