Feb 6, 2017
A common question I get from people who are somewhat new to shooting (or at least new to practice) is asking what they should be practicing. Sometimes folks even buy a book of drills, and don't really know where they should get started with those drills. I don't think there's a "right" answer to this question, but I'm going to tell you what I do:
Walther is putting up cold, hard cash for winning major matches with your Walther pistol. THIS IS AWESOME! It gets people talking about their products, and it may get Walther fanboys interested in shooting competition. I love it.
There were a bunch of "mainstream" news articles last week about how the House Republicans had voted to strike down some sort of background check bill, when that wasn't the case at all. Turns out, they reversed an Obama policy regarding SSI recipients who have their finances managed by social security not being allowed to own guns. It was a BS policy that, in my opinion, was completely unconstitutional... but the media didn't report that.
Next month I want to do another listener only show. In the past we've done "What has competitive shooting done for you?" and "Your 2017 Goals", and next I want you to tell me what makes you go "Uhhhhhhggghh" at a match. Could be a match administration thing, could be something other shooters do, or it could be something you do yourself. Lets have some fun with it. I'd like to air this episode the first week of March, so hurry up and send in the voicemails!