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That was excellent–I’ve never seen a top practical guy shoot with tracers before, much less Miculek.
OMG! I love Ed’s book!
Before getting “real training” I just worked things out of there.
Hell, I STILL work things out of there!
I never get tired of watching him shoot.
Bonus! Brian Enos actually sells old footage of Ed McGivern shooting!
Jerry filmed an AR video at the Brownells range back in April so got to spend some time with him. An absolute prince and a true gentleman. Even gave a couple of us a quick handgun course. The man asks “why” about every aspect of his, and your, shooting. Been on squads with him at DPMS twice and that’s really humbling, and educational. Said he’s been shooting competiively for 25 years and spent 15 doing it wrong.
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