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

Aug 23, 2017

Experienced shooters have a duty to help new shooters at their first match. 

  1. Before the stage brief is read on your first stage, ask if there are any new shooters on your squad. Once everyone knows who the brand new shooters are, and eliminates the concern about giving advice to someone who's been shooting for 10...


Aug 15, 2017

What's the right balance between practice and matches? I'm not exactly sure what the *right* balance is, but in an ideal world, I think my practice schedule would look like this:

  • Dryfire every day
  • Livefire weekly
  • 2 Matches a month

I like this for two reasons:

  • It's fairly realistic with a little planning...


Aug 10, 2017

This episode is based on an email I got from Mike, who is helping to get a new USPSA match started at Low Country Preserve in Tabor City, NC.

What advice would you give to a new match director to make a local match really fun and interesting?

Honestly I think you should lose the focus on fun.

Now, don't take that the...


Aug 1, 2017

During the live chat for last week's Triangle Tactical Q&A Live show Austin asked a question about what to do when a Range Officer isn't doing his job?

Austin asked (I'm paraphrasing here) but basically, what do you do when the RO on your squad lets a shooter slide for breaking the 180?

Apparently a shooter drew before...