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Q&A: Changing Your Mind, Dryfire, and Apex Kits

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Here’s the emailed questions from this weeks show:


“Hey Luke,

Love the podcast, have listened to every episode starting with the first.

Besides learning to be a better and better podcaster, what are the most important thing you’ve learned along the way?  What are the things you’ve changed you mind about the most?

Carry on.”


“Hey Luke,
Love the show. What I appreciate the most is your down to earth approach about shooting sports. Here my question for your Q&A
How do you do dry fire practice with your Glock? Do you use snap caps, spent shell casings or just an empty chamber? Also what do you do with your magazine? Do you have a magazine that is dead weight to add to weight of the gun ( for more realistic feel) if you do have a dead weight magazine, where can I get one also.
Lastly, what do you use as a target? I use a tennis ball on top of a small traffic cone.
Please enlighten me on more dry fire procedures, thank you in advance and keep up the good work.”


“Great that the Qand A is coming back

My question is does it make a difference if you run high end gear like safariland vs uncle mikes or is it more a status symbol.”

Don’t forget to email your questions to me at [email protected] and make sure to put Q&A in the subject line.

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.

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