I haven't lost any weight, but I feel very different. I never experienced a "keto flu," but the test strips read me between a 4-8 day over day. Some of the positive effects I've experienced include: More mental clarity and better focus Less anxiety and negative emotions Less fatigue during the day No cravings to … Continue reading 10 Days of Keto. Now GMO Free
Last year during one of the last Action Shooting League 3-Gun shoots, I injured my left foot somehow. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I7kpCllu7JQ It was very painful and for about a month after, I was limping everywhere. At the time, I didn't realize that, somehow, my foot size had changed and the size 9 boots I had been wearing … Continue reading The 3-Gun Keto Diet
It seems I've gained a bit of Internet noteriety with a short video I posted to Facebook from the last Young Guns shoot I organized. https://youtu.be/Edx6L4iv3-k It's a bit unfortunate, because I've been hoping news of our Youth Shooting Program (now 5 years running) would go viral, but instead a clip of my killing Roland … Continue reading The Death of a Roland Special
Most of my time over the past 17 years with a rifle, I've held what I coined last week as a "pedestal" style grip. The kind of grip where your support hand rests on the bottom of the handguard, usually at somewhere between the midpoint of the handguard and the magwell (or on the magwell … Continue reading Canadian Forces vs C-Clamp: Battle of the Rifle Grips
When I released from the reserves in 2008, I made a commitment to myself I would, at a minimum, maintain proficiency at arms to a comparable standard as that when I was in the military. In hindsight, that was a remarkably low standard to set. I was a Signals Operator (a Sig), and my radio … Continue reading Rifle Pedestal vs C-Clamp Grip (Plus Training Scars From the Army)
For the past 3 months, I've been working into a routine using Hit Factor calculations to measure my Pistol and Rifle performance. This routine consists of treating range time as if it were a match, collecting data to perform a IPSC/USPSA Hit Factor calculation. Previously, I would rely on subjective "feelings" to gauge my performance … Continue reading Using Hit Factor To Practice
I have a Generation 1 Norinco T97 with a T97.CA Lower Handguard with a carry handle mounted Bushnell TRS-25 (everything else is stock). For the 2015-2016 seasons, I ran two other the T97's but stopped in 2017, owing to reliability issues I have since attributed to magazines. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYbaE0EHaBo In the Spring of 2017, I put … Continue reading Can the T97 Work For 3-Gun?