Larry talked about the proposed new division for USPSA in a recent episode (235) which, at that time, was supposedly to be called Production Optics. We've now gotten word that USPSA has provisionally accepted a new division called Carry Optics for those who wish to run their guns with a red-dot on it. Larry walks us through the rules and what's new.
Steve dives into the details of the National Sporting Clays Association (NSCA) Classification System. It is similar to USPSA's classification system but is a slightly more accurate measure of an individual's performance because it does not have specific classifier stages. It takes match results to form the basis of this classification system.
You can find out more about NSCA here : http://www.nssa-nsca.org
Larry continues his series on moving to the Open Division in USPSA by enlightening us with an in-depth review of the Safariland 014 holster.
Steve is a veteran to the sport of shooting across multiple disciplines and makes the best candidate to talk about the topic of shooting slumps. There comes a time in a competitive shooters career (or experience) that they'll find their performance waning for a certain period of time OR when they lose interest in the sport. Steve talks about his experience and how you might overcome it.
Larry in his quest for his new .40 S&W Open gun has finally pulled the trigger on the Trijicon RMR as his sight. Here's his extensive review on how he decided on the Trijicon RMR and it's performance in the sunlight.