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Episode 281 – UCSB Shooting and Vision Under Stress

The recent shooting at UCSB got me thinking about gun rights, so I begin this episode with some thoughts on that subject. In the 2nd segment, I discuss what happens to your vision when you’re in the stress of a gunfight. Links and Show Notes: Vision Under Stress, Monderno

 
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Episode 268 – Low Light and Night Gunfighting

A very large number of citizens who defend their life with a gun, do so in low light or night time conditions. Yet, due to range availability, most people practice and train in daylight. It’s a completely different world, shooting at night and incorporating a flashlight or weapon mounted light while shooting. It’s also tough

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Ep. 239 – IDPA and Other Competition Shooting Sports

Competition shooting is the main topic of this episode. I believe in it for various reasons. I’ve received numerous requests to discuss competition shooting, so this is it. Links: IDPA website USPSA Website

 
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MSP-25, How to properly rack the slide on a semi auto pistol…

Ben Branam discusses how to properly rack the slide on a semi auto pistol. A lot of new shooters have difficulties with this. Especially new shooters who are women who don’t have a lot of hand strength. Even some men don’t properly rack the slide even though they have plenty of strength. Some even cause

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Ep. 234 – Dry Fire Practice

Several listeners have asked me about dry fire practice and whether it’s safe for your gun and how to do it. So this episode is about how to dry fire practice, what methods I use and methods of others. Links: Dry Fire Practice, is it safe for your firearm? Effective Dry Fire Practice Methods

 
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