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Triangle Tactical - USPSA | 3 Gun | IDPA | Competitive Shooting

Apr 26, 2017

If you look at any sport, other than practical shooting you'll notice that people work with a single coach for a long period of time. In practical shooting though, folks tend to work their way up the rankings alone, with just dryfire and live fire practice, and the occasional training class from someone who's a...


Apr 19, 2017

If you've been shooting USPSA for any length of time, you've probably heard someone say "Don't draw to steel!" while walking through a stage before it's shot. It's something that's become conventional wisdom in practical shooting, and I think it's complete hogwash.

If you approach an array of targets like the ones...


Apr 13, 2017

I hear a lot of excuses from people about why competitive shooting is bad, or why they won't/don't shoot it, etc. (Actually, I think I hear them less and less because people don't want me to talk about them on the podcast) but anyways...

A lot of the excuses I hear are just silly, and a while back I received a bunch of...


Apr 6, 2017

I remember showing up to my first USPSA match and being kind of intimidated by all of the folks that were there with their fancy shooting shirts, covered in sponsor logos.

Patrick in Detroit sent in a question for the Q&A podcast way back in about July of 2016. At the time I promised him that I'd do an episode about his...


Apr 1, 2017

Treating a Match Like an Athletic Event

I used to do a ton of obstacle racing and we would train specifically for the event, running distances, climbing walls, etc

And then I would eat well the night before, drink plenty of water and go to bed early. In the morning I’d eat a healthy breakfast with slow carbs to last...