Jan
25

The M&P Project: Apex Tactical RAM

The one thing I really had issues with when I tried out the M&P seems to be a symptom of the overall trigger design. That is, of course, the utter lack of trigger reset feedback. If you ride the trigger on accuracy work, you rely on that feedback to tell you when the trigger’s good to go again. Luckily for us, Apex Tactical came to the rescue with the Reset Assist Mechanism!

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Jan
24

Is “bear arms” Really That Unclear?

I don’t know if you’ve seen the Jennings v. McCraw decision. In it, U.S. District Judge Sam Cummings punted on addressing whether the 2nd Amendment actually allows a person to Constitutionally carry a firearm outside the home. There’s been a lot of flap on the Internet about it, of course, but not all of it is factual. Here are my thoughts, if you’re interested…

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Jan
23

1050 Modifications

For the most expensive and “Cadillac” press in Dillon’s lineup, you’d think it was pretty much perfect from the get go, right? Wrong. Just remember, if it ain’t broke, you can always make it better! Here’s a couple of good ones to take a look at – the improved primer catch, and the aluminum roller handle!

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Jan
22

Once Fired is Best

I’ve heard a lot of opinions on what to shoot at major matches… New brass only, or well used, or whatever I have laying around, or whatever happens to be loaded up… My opinion is that once fired brass, fired in your gun from new brass, is the only way to go… Here’s why…

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Jan
18

The M&P Project – Apex Tactical springs

After installing the Apex Tactical Hard Sear and competition sear spring, I set about to evaluate the other springs at my disposal.

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Jan
15

Dillon Super 1050 installation

I didn’t get a chance to do an “install” review with my 650, so I figured I’d give you a look at what the installation of the new Super 1050 looks like. Like every other Dillon press I’ve installed, it goes pretty smoothly if you actually follow the directions. I managed to do that this time – I promise you, it took all of my self control! It makes for an impressive piece of kit on the bench. Hit the jump to see more…

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Jan
11

Class Announcement – Bryan/College Station, TX – June 22-24, 2012

If you’re interested in some training, but private lessons are beyond your means, but you can make it to central Texas in late June, I’m going to be teaching two different classes on the weekend of June 22-24. Read on for more details!

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Jan
10

Match Report: 2011 USPSA Open/L10 Nationals

I’m a little late in getting up my final match reports from last year, so I hope you’ll forgive me!

The USPSA Nationals historically serves up one of the best tests of overall practical shooting skills each year. The 2011 Open/L10 Nationals lived up to that reputation. Hit the jump for my match video and more info…

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Jan
10

Coming soon… and, new blog features!

Just a quick update for y’all on what’s coming soon on the Re-Gun Blog, and a highlight of a new blog feature you can take advantage of!

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Jan
09

Why the Dillon Super 1050?

I finally bit the bullet (pun intended), and bought a Dillon Super 1050. Before I go walking you through the install, and a minor improvement or two, I thought I might go through my decision process – that is… why the Super 1050? And how might that apply to you?

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