Lord of the Rings Part II

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It’s been a month since I first started using the PhotoEscape’s aperture rings. While I believe it’s still a bit early to draw any conclusions, Alex asked me to provide an update. I’ve been using these rings on my .22 gun only because that’s the only gun I have that runs Ultradot. I’m using ring […]

Lord of the Rings

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I came across a very interesting product from PhotoEscape, Inc. It is a set of six aperture rings plus one ring to rule them all which works as a “rubber band ring” (click the link to learn more and read the excellent Dr. Norman Wong’s article). Intrigued, I ordered a set and here are my […]

Those Who Can Do, Teach

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It was an honor and privilege to assist John Zurek at the Bullseye Clinic we had at the range today. Even though technically I was a coach, I felt like a student and learned quite a few things from John. Here are just some of his quotes from today’s class: I bet you already can […]

Short Course Practice Match

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We are getting ready for the AZ State Short Course Championship and shot one practice 1800 match this morning. I don’t know if it’s just me or there is a grain of truth in it, but it feels like these reduced B-16 targets are much harder to shoot than a regular long line target at […]

Hot and Dry

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It’s too hot in my garage, and I didn’t do very good job yesterday. I made a couple of very stupid rookie mistakes and butchered my slide. My plan B was to use my good old Dremel tool with cutting wheel – and it kinda worked, just looks very ugly. In the meantime I’m back […]

Mushin

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This post is inspired by a series of excellent articles called “Zen in the Art of Pistol Shooting” . How many times have you tried to shoot a perfect timed fire string? You tell yourself to take time, carefully place the dot in the center, squeeze the trigger, follow through – only to find a […]