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  1. Shoulder strength and endurance is vital to the sport of shooting. If you have ever spent some significant time at the range or at a match you can definitely notice the fatigue and possibly soreness the next day. Generally a 30min shooting session with constant re-holstering and un-holstering can put a lot of torque on the deltoids as your elbow draws out to the side to grip your weapon. Now imagine this scenario. There is a local match on Saturday. To prepare for this match you dry fire practice Monday-Friday for 15-30min. Hit the range on Friday for a hour to test out your loads and sights.
  2. Im new to shooting, my sight alignment is straight, good great and trigger pull i would say is fair but I'm not hitting my targets on command. Slow easy trigger pull to the back with the pad of my finger seems to not work every time. What wrong, sometimes im low and left, to the right, high but consistent i am not. Please help me. What could i be missing.
  3. The ultimate challenge of competitive shooting ability is back for 2015! The Trijicon Shooting Challenge, (previously the Trijicon World Shooting Championship), assembles shooters from around the world, to include amateurs and professionals alike, representing organized shooting sports worldwide and crown one competitor, the “Trijicon Shooting Challenge Champion.” This year’s event will be held October 21st-24th at the Rockcastle Shooting Center in beautiful Park City, KY. All shooters will compete over the course of 3 days in 12 equally weighted disciplines from various shooting sports. All
  4. Shoulder strength and endurance is vital to the sport of shooting. If you have ever spent some significant time at the range or at a match you can definitely notice the fatigue and possibly soreness the next day. Generally a 30min shooting session with constant re-holstering and un-holstering can put a lot of torque on the deltoids as your elbow draws out to the side to grip your weapon. Now imagine this scenario. There is a local match on Saturday. To prepare for this match you dry fire practice Monday-Friday for 15-30min. Hit the range on Friday for a hour to test out your loads and sights.
  5. So i went to Battle in the Bluegrass this past week and was fortunate enough to have a squad buddy videotape me on one of my runs. Shout out to Ben for the video, but after watching the video i was able to see a few things that i would do differently and want to see if any other experienced shooters have any input. I think that this will be a great training resource in how i better my future performances. https://youtu.be/2CFRiRB6EXg?t=15s
  6. Shoulder strength and endurance is vital to the sport of shooting. If you have ever spent some significant time at the range or at a match you can definitely notice the fatigue and possibly soreness the next day. Generally a 30min shooting session with constant re-holstering and un-holstering can put a lot of torque on the deltoids as your elbow draws out to the side to grip your weapon. Now imagine this scenario. There is a local match on Saturday. To prepare for this match you dry fire practice Monday-Friday for 15-30min. Hit the range on Friday for a hour to test out your loads and sights.
  7. This coming Saturday following our regular USPSA match consisting of Four Stages including a Classifier we will hold a rifle match. For those of you with rifles that want to have extra fun - We are going to shoot the stages with our AR's after the regular match is finished and we convert the stages to rifle only targets. We hope this to become a regular event that will take the place of the hole left from the missing Tactical Carbine Defense Match. This will also serve as great practice to get ready for the upcoming 3-Gun Season. Since this is the Inaugural Match - We are going to take som
  8. Here is a video of Larry shooting the 2013 Open Nationals http://youtu.be/RfO2Mt79T20
  9. Here is a video of Jaime, Omar, and Larry shooting. http://youtu.be/Xj4OEV6DTcc
  10. Jamie, Omar & Larry shooting airsoft stages Here is a video from our new man on man shoot off area
  11. Here is a video of Jamie, Omar, and Larry shooting http://youtu.be/CSlIKAk8je0
  12. PHOENIX ROD AND GUN CLUB 1ST SATURDAY MATCH IS ON FOR OCTOBER After a short time off for the Hot Summer. Phoenix Rod & Gun Club will resume the 1st Saturday of the Month USPSA match at the Club. It is currently on the PRGC calendar for October 5th. Now, that’s more than a week away, but I wanted to get the word out right away and reminders will be sent periodically, so none of you can say “I didn't know”. Match starts at 8:00, with sign-ups starting at 7:30 Last sign-ups end at 9:00 so the staff can shoot the match, too. There will be no match in November do to the Range being used
  13. Hi everyone, i posted this topic a couple weeks back in the "introduce yourself" section and wanted to see if maybe i re-posted it in here it might grab someones attention - thank s for looking, and for any help offered! -Chase M. Posted 26 March 2013 - 10:29 AM Hi everyone, I’m a newbie here but have been lurking on the forum for a few months trying to gather tips whenever, wherever I can. I just finished Brian’s book and to say I am inspired would be a tremendous understatement. Who would have thought the concepts, ideas and strategies he thought up 20+ years ago would still be just as re
  14. I shot it USPSA in high school over 20 years ago. I had a 1911 colt that was modified or hacked on by various club members and gun smiths. I am thinking about going back and I know the best option is just get out there but I have some questions. Optics were just coming into the sport and I had a Tasco aimpoint PRO mounted on it. It is a huge scope on this gun and both sights were removed at the time. I cant even rack the slide very easily with how it is mounted. I dont even know if it works as the battery is dead. I also cant find my magazines but hopefully it is in the box with my old le
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