This is the first in a series of interviews with Serious Shooting Women and the first in a series of interviews with Becca Spinks, RUDY Project team shooter, writer for guncultmag.com, athlete, run – and – gunner, and mom. ED: Hi there Becca! Thanks for sitting down and do this for TTAG. The first thing […]
I was recently forced into a refresher course in scope mount quality when, at five inch-pounds shy of the maximum torque rating, I unexpectedly stripped the cross-bolts on a sixty-dollar Primary Arms Deluxe AR15 Scope Mount (30mm). I had hoped for better from PA. Having lost confidence in the “deluxe” mount, but still needing to […]
CZ’s line of shotguns is pretty well fleshed out these days, spanning the spectrum from classy side-by-sides to go with your elbow-patched tweed jacket to tactical pumps for the bedroom closet. The 712 Practical seen here, which I’ve been playing with since November, is intended for use in 3-Gun competitions but can certainly suit other […]
At some point in the last few years, I started taking competitive shooting too seriously. When I first started shooting competitively, every weekend was something to look forward to, and even a one-day local match that didn’t count for anything got me pumped up to play! I anticipated the challenge of the stages, the time […]
I wasn’t the most accurate or the fastest, but today was a big improvement over yesterday’s dismal shotgun suckitude.
After a tiring day spent in TSA queues and miniscule airline seats yesterday, the cosmic balance has been restored. I spent an exhausting and awesome day shooting, learning and testing a slew of new gear from Bushnell, at a totally kick-ass shooting resort in southern Kentucky. We did so much shooting today that after an […]
As the Crimson Trace Midnight 3-Gun Invitational draws near, Nick got some last-minute practice while I was treated to the world’s best possible 3-Gun beginner’s training (along with another half-dozen newbies) by Top Shot icon Iain Harrison himself . . .