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PowerFactor Show The PowerFactor Show is catered towards competition shooting in multiple disciplines including practical pistol, clay sports and multigun. Our hosts, Steve, Rick, John, Larry and Doug will cover rules, shooting techniques, equipment and everything you need to get into any of the sports, or to improve in the sport that you already love.

20 October 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Episode 200 – Troubleshooting 1911 Magazines

Rick is back to talk about the challenges he had shooting the recent Washington State IDPA Championships, with regards to his malfunctions that were caused by the magazines.   http://www.checkmateindustries.com    


13 October 2014 ~ 1 Comment

Episode 199 – LoadHouston Bunny Fart 40S&W Ammo Review

m4s0n501 Larry and TJ reviews a bunch of “bunny fart” minor power factor ammo that were supplied by Matt from LoadHouston.com. We test five different types of 40S&W ammunition that we’ve received from a competition point of view. 170gr Precision Bullets, 143.6pf 155gr Lead Bullet, 141.2pf 180gr Lead Bullet, 153.9pf 180gr Black Bullets Intl, 151.2pf […]


06 October 2014 ~ 1 Comment

Episode 198 – Rick’s IDPA Gear & Readers Write

Rick is back to show us what gear he used at the recent Washington State IDPA Championships. Since we’ve been getting a lot of emails from our viewers, we decided to answer them on air so everyone gets to benefit from the answers.


29 September 2014 ~ 1 Comment

Episode 197 – IDPA Cover Rules & Rick’s Bayonet

We’ve talked about IDPA Cover Rules a while ago and it turned out to be a fairly controversial topic. This week, Rick revisits this rule with his interpretation on the new rules that were published recently by IDPA. Rick also shows off his Bayonet collection that has been one of the more interesting background items […]


22 September 2014 ~ 1 Comment

Episode 196 – Oregon Tactical Rifle Match

Doug drove down to Oregon to stretch his long range precision rifle skills by participating in the Oregon Tactical Rifle Match. If you’re into 3-gun, shooting in matches designed for one specific platform is always a good thing to enhance your overall 3-gun skills.