Rick is an avid fan of 1911s, all steel American firearms. He is also a fan of German firearms especially those from Walther. When he was asked to review two new Walther pistols for practical pistol, he didn't hesitate. This episode, Rick reviews the Walther CCP and PPS pistols, give you his thoughts about concealability, shootability and reliability of these guns.
Rick brought up an interesting conundrum in episode 276 as a Trivia question. In this episode he describes the situation and talks about the decision he made on how to properly penalize the shooter for making a procedural mistake. Do you agree with his interpretation of the rules?
This was another fabulous year for IDPA in Washington State, with the leadership of Rick and the DownZero crew, they pulled off another state championships. Listen to Rick talk about the background, experiences and collaboration they went through to get this done. The match was held across two days and thirteen stages which Rick will walk you through.
It can be difficult to design a dozen five-round stages that don't all look alike, but Rick has some ideas that will give you both variety and challenging competition.
This week's episode, Larry scratches his curiosity by taking a physics approach to answering a question that was sparked by a listener of the popular Triangle Tactical podcast. The question is, what would your bullet impact be when shooting around a barricade with your gun canted to the side, "homie" style. Let us know what you think.
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