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?
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.
Rick is back with an episode to supplement Larry's USPSA scoring by discussing how IDPA Safety Officers score targets. It is similar in a lot of ways but differ very much in principle. Also, in this episode, Larry gives us an update on his 40S&W Open load development and demonstrates his compensator effectiveness test.
With the change in the USPSA organization and the appointment of a new President, there has been a lot of chatter around how the sport is going to evolve when it comes to the divisions. There are many members who think that some divisions should be dropped because of lack of relevancy or participation, most notably Limited 10.
Steve, Larry and Rick are together this week to talk about Limited 10 and whether it should be dropped from USPSA... or not.
Rick takes the opportunity to sit down with Robin Taylor and Sandy from Action Shooting International (ASI) to discuss what the sport is about and why it was created. ASI is a beginner's action shooting sport catered towards introducing new gun owners, concealed carry users or those interested in shooting to a more dynamic and fun activity. Find out more on their home on the web at : http://asi-usa.org