Consistently and quickly reloading a single stack 1911, or anything else without a good sized magwell, can be a challenge. Personally, I try and stick with a few proven techniques that help me stay consistent, rather than going for the fastest load possible.
Good shoes are extremely important to a good, and safe range session especially if you’re moving. I’ve traditionally worn cleats in competition, but I decided to give these a try and so far, I’ve been very impressed with the results.
Shooting a plate rack is a great way to get a lot of rounds downrange and solid practice in a short amount of time. The disadvantage is plate racks tend to be expensive, and difficult to move without a tractor or skid steer. Luckily, using the Steel Challenge system from MGM Targets, you can create…
Many people don’t realize that “junk” carry has been around for a very long time, so that makes Ernest kind of an AWIB Hipster. He was doing it before it was cool. Only recently has it seen a resurgence in popularity as holster options continue to grow.
Both eyes open vs. one eye closed has been a highly debated topic for awhile. My thoughts? There’s no one right answer, check it out!
Taking your guns on airlines can be a nerve racking experience, but by being prepared you can take a lot of the guesswork out. TSA Regs: http://www.tsa.gov/traveler-information/firearms-and-ammunition
Starting in the 1980’s, Galco has had a storied history in filmmaking. Building custom rigs for Face/Off, Wild Wild West, and The Expendables 2 hasn’t always been easy, and Mike Barham takes us through how they do it.