Next time you’re dry firing and your mind wanders to anything else, consider switching up your practice by introducing one of these variances.
The CZ-75B is a damn fine pistol that I’ve used to win matches, introduce people to shooting, and just had tons of fun with.
Doing something different sometimes leads to spectacular advances and other times makes you look like an eccentric dork. The Chiappa Rhino sort of does both
In the end, I feel this Benjamin Classic is an air gun without cause. It’s ok for all kinds of things, but it’s not great at anything.
This is not must-own software for the majority of gun owners out there. But for people who can make practical use of it, WoG provides a unique resource.
Service Rifle CQB matches offer something different from most popular shooting sports and lets pretty much anybody enjoy a competitive shooting match.
For training, hunting, and just recreational shooting, don’t overlook the humble airgun. They fit seamlessly into the hobby for just about anybody.
Until you look at the varied world of competition shooting, you’re walling off a huge range of fun shooting activities that can help you develop skills.
The MTM Gun Vise isn’t an essential product, and it won’t make you shoot better, but it will probably save you frustration and cleaning time.
If you’re looking to take your shooting to the next level in both expertise and enjoyment, I think a shot timer should jump to the top of your buying list.