These have to be the best and most comfortable pair of hiking/outdoor shoes that I’ve ever owned. It’s waterproof and an amazing fit. I can wear this for days on end without feeling any pain on my toes like other shoes.
Got this from Summithut.com if you’re interested to get one too. It’s HIGHLY recommended.
Just got this back from West Coast Armory today after a week long wait. I sold my Kimber .22 conversion because I thought that having another .22 pistol would be much better than having to convert my Kimber to .22 each time I wanna go shoot. This way I have an extra gun that someone can borrow when we’re at the range.
all messy and lots of stuff inside :
Comes with a lock, safety keys, gun and two mags:
First step, field strip and clean, to remove all the factory grease :
All clean, lubricated and installed the rail for my fake Aimpoint :
Now to take the wife and kids shooting!
Invented by Matthew Graham of Graham Combat and sold by Surefire. It changes how one would utilize a flashlight in combination with a handgun.
You can watch a great video by MilSpecMonkey about the Graham Method of using flashlights.
this is very useful and practical. I’ll try to use this method at our next night match.
Just got this mass email from Bushmaster detailing the features of the Bushmaster ACR, supposedly to be released in another 15 hours (at time of this blog post).
Here’s the email in it’s entirety : Announcing the Bushmaster ACR
Lots of rifles especially ARs and AKs at the recent Rifle match in Renton. The most amazing rifles were the Lee Enfield and M1 Garand. You can actually feel the recoil from yards away.
Here are the 6 stages at last Saturday’s IDPA match, enjoy!
we did not have Stage 4.
Got the privilege to be invited to a night shoot yesterday at the Renton Fish & Game club in Renton, WA and tried to record some videos. Shooting in the dark has to be one of the most challenging things to attempt, especially when you have to practice safe / proper use of a flashlight. As someone told me last night, "A light attracts two things, bugs and bullets". You use your light sparingly, light the target, move and shoot, don’t let them have the opportunity to shoot back at you cause you effectively give your position away when you turn on the light.
There were 3 "simple" stages (if you were to shoot them in bright daylight) but challenging in total darkness. Here’s the video I put together. It’s mostly black but you can see quite a bit when the muzzle flash & flashlight lights up the scene.
The best was the last stage of the day when I just left my light on and ran through the stage with the paper targets. fun!