You traveled to France with guns? It’s a question I have been getting a lot lately after returning from the World Shoot hosted by the brand new National Shooting Center in Châteauroux, France. When it comes to flying with firearms to compete overseas, there’s a good bit of planning involved. From an organizational standpoint, shooting […]
I rarely ever get to do this and I am so excited! My fall quarter giveaway is pretty special to me. This month I am giving away one of my Team USPSA World Shoot jerseys. It is an absolute honor to represent our great nation in the shooting sports as a member of Team USA, […]
Federal Premium-sponsored shooters and ammunition earned high praise and high scores at the International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) Handgun World Shoot XVIII, held August 28 through September 2, 2017, at the National Shooting Sport Center in Châteauroux, France. IPSC runs an annual series of competitions established to promote, maintain, improve and advance the sport of […]
Traveling can be stressful and even more so when you’re flying overseas to compete. Here are my 5 simple tips for traveling abroad to help you focus on your game, perform your best in competition and of course, have fun!
It’s been more than a minute since I have put up a Youtube video, but I can’t think of a better way to get back on a regular upload schedule than with a little vlog action from the International Practical Shooting Confederation World Championships! It happens just once every 3 years, and this IPSC World […]
I just uploaded another breakdown video from the 2017 USPSA Optics Nationals to my Youtube Channel. It’s funny how in the short and “simple” stages in practical shooting can be get complicated quickly. Stage 11, “Connect the Dots” was one of them… This week’s shooting tip Tuesday ties in well with my Stage 11 video. The […]
This week’s Youtube video is my highlight reel from the USPSA Optics Nationals. I competed in Carry Optics – an affordable gun division (M&P CORE) with slide mounted red dot optics (Trijicon RMR). This is one of the more challenging practical shooting nationals we have seen with 20 stages and nearly 500 rounds. I squeezed my […]
Windy days can make shooting a challenge, especially if your targets are constantly blowing over. On especially breezy days, I don’t even bother with paper. I shoot steel! Steel isn’t just great for shooting sports like Steel Challenge, you can also use it for transition, reload and set up training for practical and defensive shooting […]