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Getting to Work Works: Shoot2Live IDPA Match Video Review

After the February 2015 Sir Walter Gun Club USPSA match, I decided that I needed to work on getting my butt moving during matches. I’ve been consistently dry firing since that match, and most all of the drills I’ve been doing have involved movement. Things like getting into position, leaving positions, reloads while moving from one side of the box to another, etc. Last night was the first match I’ve shot since the SWGC USPSA …

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First Shooting Match Testimonials

Last night on Episode 95 of the podcast, Ben introduced a new segment that we’d like to start having on the show. Its becoming a pretty common thing for us to hear from people at matches, or in emails that they shot their first shooting match and had a great time. Here’s what were looking for: What match did you shoot? (Type of match, where it was, etc.) How did it go? What did you …

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It’s Time to Try Competitive Shooting

In the past week I’ve received a couple of emails from podcast listeners who have recently tried competitive shooting for the first time. They both said they had a great time, and that’s really what it’s about. Todd wrote in first, and he had this to say about his first competitive shotgun “flurry” match. I’d never heard of a flurry, but it sounds like a LOT of fun (emphasis mine): The lessons I came away …

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