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First Match to Master in 12 Months

Today on the podcast I interview James Turnure, a NC shooter who just made USPSA Open Master. That’s awesome, but what I didn’t tell you is that he shot his first match just 12 months ago. In this interview he and I talk about how he did it, and what sets him apart from other shooters who start and frustratingly stuck in B class for an extended period of time.

You can find James on Instagram here.

The News

Idaho becomes the 9th permitless concealed carry state. Seems like this is picking up a lot of momentum.

Gear that Doesn’t Suck

One thing that annoys the mess out of me is trying to staple up a no-shoot target on top of a shoot target, and having it not stay put very well. The solution to this is to have 1/2″ staples and a stapler that will throw them. They’re not expensive, and it’s such a time/hassle saver for me that I’ll never go back to using anything else.

Plug of the Week

I found out this week that Mike Rowe has gotten into the podcasting thing, and I really like his new show. If you remember Paul Harvey’s “The rest of the story” pieces that they used to play on the radio back in the day, you’ll be right at home listening to Mike Rowe’s “The way I heard it” podcast. I’m a fan.

Contact

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About Lucas

Editor/Head Honcho at Triangle Tactical. Lucas is a life long shooter and outdoorsman, avid concealed carrier and competitive shooter, and a lover of pork fat.

One comment

  1. Outstanding. Well done.
    Gives thought to the renewed outlook I have come to for the sport and my participation.
    Thanks for getting this out there.

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