week we have a discussion about guns and booze. Last week sometime
I posted this picture on the Triangle Tactical Facebook page, and
there was an interesting discussion that took place. Some folks
said that the guy should have his permit taken away and be locked
up since it looks like he has a tall boy in front of him. Other
folks made the point that only one drink isn’t really enough to
impair someone, so maybe total abstinence from alcohol isn’t the
episode we don’t really have any answers, but we did our best to
bring up all of the aspects of the discussion. Let us know what you
have a regular dryfire routine, you should probably build a dryfire
target stand or two.Check
out the blog post about them I did here.
Gear that Doesn’t Suck
has the Pocket Pro II shot
timer (currently) at the lowest price it’s been at a long
time. It’s the timer I like to be handed when I’m being the Range
Officer at a match, and it’s the timer that Ben personally owns.
Ben explains in the episode why he’s been using his for dryfire
instead of the Android dryfire timer he’s been developing (and
explains why you shouldn’t hold your breath for the app.)
are some new Glock pistols out. They’re gray, and from the pictures
I’ve seen they’re just barely different from the black Glocks.
Maine gained permitless concealed carry this week.
An NC man was arrested for having a gun in New
Jersey. That sucks, I hope he is able to get pre-trial
intervention. Please, check the local laws before you head out of
state with your blaster.
of news hit some of the sensationalist blogs and forums this last
week saying that the Denver, CO Fire Department had banned people
from having more than 10,000 rounds of ammo in a residential
building after some closed door meeting. I did some research, and
as far as I can tell, they’ve had the building code in place since
they adopted their current building code some years ago, they just
changed the verbiage in the latest version.
Dryfire Drill of the Week
been playing around with the dryfire target stand, and came up with
a simple drill that I’ve been having a lot of fun with.
the X at the 10y line. T1 is 5y in front of you. T2 is a pepper
popper at 10y, and T3 is a pepper popper 90* to your left.
buzzer engage T1, then T2, then T3. I’ve found this to be an
interesting exercise in changing speeds and transitioning to a