Here are the current leaders for each division at the 2014 IDPA Nationals: SSP: Bob Vogel (duh) ESP: Mike Seeklander CDP: Matt Sims ESR: Robert Briggs SSR: Rhett Crutchfield Of those scores, I suspect that Bob’s will hold up just…
Gun: Ruger GP100 Match Champion
Vest: Armadillo Concealment
Holster: Garrett Industries Silent Thunder
I’m also rocking my 4Wheelguns speedloader holders and Safariland Comp-III loaders.
This literally just in from IDPA HQ prior to Nationals: The Rulebook Clarifications for Q3, 2014, have not been finalized for publication. We would like to publish this completed update for those of our competitors who will be attending IDPA…
Check any internet gun forum, and one of the most common threads will be complaints about the customer service in gun stores. “I went into Fred’s blast town and had to listen to some 19 year talk about being a…
I’ve never had this happen before, so I wanted to share it with my shooter buddies and see if anyone had any insight. Shooting my GP100 Match Champion, if I close one eye bullseye style and shoot with a hard…
Seen on facebook, likely sourced from a Japanese airsoft page. But I’ll be honest, if this was a real thing? Kind of want. Because there’s no attempt to make this a “srsfightingpistol” it’s just a big ol goofy clownshow. Like a Pagani Zonda, it’s all about theatre.
Hilton Yam answers the question of “do I need a gunsmith?” Spoiler: if you have to ask, the answer is yes.
Slow motion video is interesting. The .38 recoils in slow motion exactly how I imagined it would, which is to say not very much at all. The magnum on the other hand appears to be way more violent in slow-motion than it did when shooting it. In fact, in the slow mo video you can see my grip comes apart at the end of the magnum relay, which is something I didn’t really notice when shooting it live.
BRB going to the range to play with this thing.
And the Walther CCP.
Sometimes I get bored when I’m done practicing, and I do stuff like that. Then for some reason, I post the video on the internet, likely because I’m a terrible person and an attention whore. But it got me thinking about a lot of things that we do in the gun culture without actually thinking about them. Like the four rules, for example. Sure we can all quote them chapter and verse, but why are they important? And are we actually learning anything if we teach people to recite them by rote?
I like training classes. A lot. Pistol and/or carbine. I learn things at these classes. Training classes, while (sometimes justly so) derided as “entertrainment” are a quite viable way to learn, to brush up on, and advance your own personal…
Yes, technically one of these is a pistol. But they’re all awesome. Top to bottom:
- Beretta ARX-100: Trijicon RMR, Troy BattleSights, Crimson Trace Railmaster, Troy Battlemag
- SB15 pistol: DPMS upper, Magpul rear sight, Troy Battlemag, Colt BCG, Aero Precision lower
- Troy Defense Lamb Carbine: Leupold 2-7 power scope, sexy 20 round mag