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All You Need, Nothing You Don’t

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 36:20 — 33.3MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Android | RSS | MoreListen to the Podcast This week I go through the very basics that you need to shoot your first match. Obviously there’s a LOT more to know about competitive shooting (I’ve been doing this podcast for nearly 5 years) but I hope I give you enough in this to make you feel more comfortable getting started in competitive …

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If I’ve Heard it Once, I’ve Heard it a Thousand Times…

“I’d love to try competitive shooting, but I need to get some more practice at the range first.” I came across a post on an IDPA Facebook group that illustrates exactly why you should just go shoot your first competition (You can find the original post here, Facebook won’t let me embed it for some reason): I’ve always thought of myself as a good shot. I rarely score outside the ten ring at the shooting …

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