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Triangle Tactical Podcast - Competitive Shooting, Mostly

Nov 29, 2016

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Just a few things I've learned from competitive shooting over the years:

  1. If you want to get better, stop chasing the newest, latest, greatest. Find some gear that's good enough, and stick with it. If you can afford the best gear, awesome, if you can't, that's fine too. 
  2. Stop trying to...

Nov 22, 2016

Way back when I used to ride mountain bikes in junior high school I just pushed my mountain bike down the trail, and never really learned how to do things better. I rode a lot, put a lot of miles on my bike, but I didn't practice.

I did the same thing when I first got really into shooting and competitive shooting. I'd...

Nov 16, 2016

IDPA has a new provisional rulebook for 2017, and it includes a lot of changes that you should probably know about. 


The big things are:

  • Pistol Caliber Carbine division
  • 1 second per down
  • Change in the box size and pistol weight for BUG and CCP Divisions
  • New classifier

Nov 8, 2016

What makes competitive shooting matches fun? To me, it's shooting challenges.

Tight targets? Yes please

No shoots? Sure

Make me do something with my weak hand while shooting? Absolutely

Awkward footing, strange positions, tight spaces? Sign me up

Make me run 100y dragging a dummy before shooting? Meh.

Basically, I like...

Nov 1, 2016

Ever met someone who wasn't really into shooting, but more into just always having the coolest newest gun, and then all the sudden they're not around anymore?

Recently I was listening to a couple different podcasts, The Joe Rogen Experience with Dan Bilzarian, and the recent Freakonomics podcast on Maintenence, and a...