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Triangle Tactical Podcast - Competitive Shooting, Mostly

Jan 26, 2018

For a long time I've wondered if the expensive race holsters that hold the gun just by the trigger guard are really worth the money, so that's what I've decided to find out for this episode.

So, here's what I did:

I setup a 10" steel plate at 10y. I tested both holsters with 50 draws in the following ways:

Kydex - Stand...

Sep 20, 2017

There's a good chance you're reading this wondering to yourself "What is a drop step?" You're most certainly not alone. In the gif below, notice how I step out of the second box, and push off with my foot? That's a drop step.


Some people say they’re okay in certain circumstances, others say that they’re...

Jun 19, 2017

The turn and draw is a pretty standard start position for competitive shooting matches. Generally in a turn and draw, you'll start facing up range, wrists above shoulders, and then on the buzzer you'll turn then draw your pistol once it's inside the 180*, and start engaging targets. 

The conventional wisdom about the...

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...

Jan 24, 2017

Last week over on the Triangle Tactical Facebook page I posted "Ask Me Anything", and Ryan asked "Shooting while moving, ever worth it?"

My initial reaction given what I've seen and heard in the past was that shooting Minor power factor, it's hard to score enough points to make shooting on the move worth it. A couple...