Tag Archive: technique


Stick to what you know…

Charles Poliquin is a very well known and well respected strength trainer. I would hesitate to question any of his work in his area of expertise. Further, I wouldn’t be in a big hurry to start telling you how to strength train, because I simply don’t have the level of experience of folks like Poliquin. …

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FAST reloads

I’ve had some folks tell me that my reloads are fast. I’m no slouch – I can generally reload the gun under a second in match context, and in the .80s or high .70s in practice. That isn’t fast. Nope. You need to see the big picture, and really understand what FAST is… Then you’ll …

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What Do I Need To Practice?

This is the second in a series of older articles that I’m reposting on this blog concerning practice. Enjoy! Making a decision about what skills you need to practice is crucial to seeing your best performance improvements. Most of us go to the range and practice the things we like to do – after all, …

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How-To: Shooting Groups with a Red Dot Sight

The fundamental test of accuracy for a firearm is the ability to shoot a group. When folks first switch to an Open division gun, they struggle with getting the gun to group because they overlook one very important issue that doesn’t seem to show up with normal partridge sights: finding a consistent aiming point! Here’s …

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Make your scale more accurate

We have a small problem with the scales made for reloaders. They are only accurate to a tenth of a grain – and we’re measuring charges where that tenth is important. It’s very hard to determine when you’re exactly at that tenth, or slightly in between it and the next tenth. We really need a …

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