Choosing A Scope For A 3-Gun Rifle

Trijicon AccuPoint 1-4x24 with an Amber BAC with Triangle Post Reticle.  Your welcome. Seriously though, I did not put any thought into it when I bought this scope 7 years ago, but it has since proven to be my favorite. I have dabbled here and there with a variety of variable magnification optics: Vortex PST … Continue reading Choosing A Scope For A 3-Gun Rifle

A New Shooters Guide to 3-Gun (and Shooting in General)

I have had this article in the notes of my phone for the better part of 3 months, but can never get around to finishing, polishing and publishing it... So I just decided to post it as is. Enjoy: I’ve seen and instructed thousands of new shooters over the past 17 years. From a Small … Continue reading A New Shooters Guide to 3-Gun (and Shooting in General)

Magazines Tips for Canadian 3-Gunners

One of the things that was hard for me to accept about 3-Gun was the proclivity within the sport to drop magazines.  Training in the Canadian Army in the early 2000's, dropping a mag was a push-up worthy sin and I've seen it where an 150 soldier Company would spend days combing through a training … Continue reading Magazines Tips for Canadian 3-Gunners

Drills: Reloads, Coupled Mags and PMAG 17 GL9 Mags

Some days you're on, some days you're off.  This past Monday, July 2, felt like an off day. After my daughter had a catastrophic allergic flare up, I bailed on the Canada Day Monday Action Shooting League 3-Gun event. My wife wanted me home in the afternoon to cook and care for the kids. We … Continue reading Drills: Reloads, Coupled Mags and PMAG 17 GL9 Mags

Lessons from the 2018 Victoria Day 3-Gun Shoot

At our 2018 Victoria Day 3-Gun Shoot, I directed a squad with a simple stage for new 3-Gun Shooters. This stage was simply composed of 5 firing positions, marked by square shooting boxes, arranged in a trapezoid shape, shot in 2 strings in reverse order. Those positions were as such: P1: Pistol shooting at 3 … Continue reading Lessons from the 2018 Victoria Day 3-Gun Shoot

Canadian Forces vs C-Clamp: Battle of the Rifle Grips

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