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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Volunteering is essential to the longevity of the shooting sports. Steve has been involved for so many years and have seen how people volunteer and eventually burn out. He talks about why it's important for everyone to volunteer in one way or another, whether it's to design stages, help build them, help with scoring or spreading the word. If you haven't done so already, contact your local clubs and get involved.
Rick received a question the other day over email about Belt systems for IDPA and USPSA so he decided to discuss that on camera. This week he also rounds up his review on the Cammer Hammer by shooting it on his 1911 in .22LR.
Larry is back to give us an update about his foray into the Carry Optics division. He's spend quite a lot of time in that division and shares some of his learnings and shows off his match videos.