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Duel in the desert: The 2018 USPSA Area 2 Championship

In 1988, the Rio Salado Sportsman's Club in Mesa, Arizona, hosted its inaugural Desert Classic event. 30 years later, it's become one of the largest shooting events in the country and the current USPSA Area 2 Championship venue. This year, the venue hosted over 400 shooters...

source: By Joshua Fry
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Brian Conley has quickly become the James Brown of practical shooting — no one works harder than he does. Brian works hard to not only educate shooters about their vision and his company Hunters HD Gold, but ...

source: USPSA

Over the years the Range Master Instructors have taught classes in a wide variety of facilities, some of which were perfectly suited to the seminar, others left some things to be desired. NROI requests feedback from students after each seminar to improve course content...

source: National Range Officers Institute

A few years back, I got together with some of my top instructors and re-evaluated the traditional Dot-Torture drill. We kept what we loved and changed what we didn't to produce a version of this drill that would be more relevant to defensive shooting. Essentially we kept...

source: Shooting Illustrated

What can you use to judge the wind? Obviously, you can use the grass and the trees. If you see the trees bending over or the grass blowing, that's a good indicator that the wind is blowing. I've never had to use either too often to judge the wind, but they can be used.

source: Shooting Sports USA

Anyone who has ever competed in sports has experienced the stress and nervousness brought on by the possibility of winning. Imagine yourself up on the firing line shooting very well. Everything is going right, and you are in contention to win the match if you can just finish...

source: Shooting Sports USA

At first glance, the Glock G45 Gen5 MOS looks like a Glock G19, but that is not the case. The barrel length is 4.02 inches, the same as the G19, but the frame is full size and the slide has serrations on the front end. Upon closer inspection, the G45 has some very different...

source: Shooting Sports USA


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