Tag Archives: USPSA

S&W M&P 9: Part III (with a sidetrack into USPSA history)

In 2001 the US Practical Shooting Association (USPSA) decided to add a new competitive division. It would be known as “Production” class. The idea was simple: allow shooters to compete with common duty/self-defense pistols in stock configurations. These would include … Continue reading

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In search of the perfect 9mm for USPSA

Hands-on testing of several popular 9mm pistols for use in USPSA Production shooting. Continue reading

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Pistol review: Sig Sauer 226

I spent a couple of days recently shooting a Sig Sauer 226 with some surprising results. Continue reading

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Reloading: how I found my way to the Dillon XL650

How I came to love the Dillon XL650 Continue reading

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USPSA belts, holsters and mag pouches: what works for me

Here’s my current USPSA belt/holster/mag pouch setup and why I use them. Continue reading

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USPSA: Formula 1 of shooting sports

I have always enjoyed shooting but when I tried bullseye competition it was never much fun. In fact I found it very stressful and I would often finish feeling more tense than when I started. If shooting wasn’t fun then … Continue reading

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