“The only real mistake is the one from which we learn nothing” -Henry Ford
That was a fun, eye-opening, and exhausting two days! If you’re serious about both your physicality and gun handling you’re doing yourself a disservice if you miss next year’s event. (They’ll hem and haw, but they’ll do it again next year) I’m listing the stages by their true order, but not the order I shot … Continue reading Desert Brutality 2019 Results
The biggest competition I’ve ever attended is coming up quick, and I’m terrified. Terrified might be an overstatement, but I’m not at all comfortable with the way things look right now. I have not been shooting as much as I’d like (that’s been the case for the last 6 years), I’ve been slacking on hitting … Continue reading Desert Brutality 2019 Update
I signed up. Feb. 2nd & 3rd, 2019, I will be in Southern Utah shooting the 2nd Annual InRangeTV Desert Brutality. Hopefully I’ll win something. If you don’t know what DB is, here’s the premise: A 2-Gun (rifle & pistol) practical shooting competition, where the difficulty comes not from complex stage design and target presentation, … Continue reading Desert Brutality 2019
Red dot + magnifier vs LPVO. Who will win?
First match in almost a year. You can imagine how that went.
Does budget glass equal budget performance?
This subject has been talked about a lot on the Internet. Here’s a little more fuel for that fire…
Competition is good, should it be your goal?
This month I hit the one year anniversary of this blog. The first post was published on March 9, 2018, and I figured that to mark the occasion I’d do a little post about how My predictions about the blog turned out. But first, some awards: Most viewed Post: Range Day & New Carry Piece– … Continue reading One Year Later…