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Rob Leatham-Action Pistol’s Great One – Part 2 Of Our Interview

Rob Leatham-Action Pistol’s Great One – Part 2 Of Our Interview

Ruger Match Champion

Introduced in 1985, the Ruger GP-100 double action (DA) revolver was an improved replacement for their Ruger Security Six. It has since earned a well-deserved reputation as sturdy, reliable and accurate.

A Short History of American Target Development and Evolution

The first competitive shooting target in the United States was little more than a black circle drawn on a blazed tree trunk with a piece of charcoal pulled from a campfire.

Zeroing the AR-15 Service Rifle

The term “zero” means finding a sight setting that, under some set of conditions, results in a centered shot group. Those conditions include distance, ammunition, and event. Other variables that factor in include rifle, temperature, atmosphere, place, yet the list can continue.

Shooting is 90% Mental

We generally agree that “shooting is 90 percent mental,” but apply it in very personal ways. When a coach emphasizes the need to focus, for example, one shooter’s interpretation may be to bear down and think harder, while the next may visualize “living in the moment” and relaxing.

Oakwood Controls H-Bar LOMAH Electronic Target System

Long-range rifle competitors who need instant target feedback in a portable package can stop looking.

Match versus Service Rifle—Which is Best For You?

When does a NRA High Power Rifle competitor know it’s time to retire their AR-15 for a match rifle? Another angle on that question is: why not just start with a match rifle to begin with? We’ll take a look at both approaches.

Zins on Bullseye: Trigger Control

Twelve-time NRA National Pistol Champion Brian Zins knows a thing or two about NRA Bullseye pistol competition.

Aiming the Red Dot Sight

I have found that many shooters think entirely too much. This is not rocket science, because if it were, I would not be a shooter. Hence, I am not smart enough to shoot badly. When Erich Bujung was the Olympic Pistol Team coach, he always said, “No stinking thinking. The mind is a terrible thing to waste and in Bullseye on the firing line, the mind is just a terrible thing.”

Anticipation . . . Everybody Does It

Yes, everybody. In some form or another, practically every bad shot that was not a grip or position issue was a form of anticipation. Jerking the trigger is in essence anticipation, bucking, heeling and flinching. All of these are forms of anticipation.

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