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3 Gun Competition: Getting You Started Part 3

Part 3 of 4: This series of videos is geared toward helping spread the knowledge of basic introductory level 3 gun competition. This particular video is geared toward rifle selection and gear. This is a broad outline of the NECCESARY gear you will need to start competing. That isn't to say that this video outlines the ONLY things you need but rather, the neccesary items. Hope this helps.

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3 Gun Competition: Getting You Started Part 1

Part 1 of 4. This series of videos is geared toward helping spread the knowledge of basic introductory level 3 gun competition. This particular video is geared toward sidearm selection and gear. This is a broad outline of the NECCESARY gear you will need to start competing. That isn't to say that this video outlines the ONLY things you need but rather, the neccesary items. Hope this helps.

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Law Enforcement Training, "One With The Gun" by Nutnfancy, LETC Actual Pt 1

Part 1 of LETC Actual Series: A crucible of tactical shooting, LETC provides excellent instructors, challenging courses of fire, ample learning opportunities, LOTS of shooting, and some great food. TNP guest shooter OfficerJared and I took a day to go and shoot and film in Actiontarget.com's Law Enforcment Training Camp in Utah, September 2010. It was held in some beautiful high canyon areas in the mountains, just starting to change into fall colors. Due to pressing career commitments I got there late but received a red carpet welcome from Actiontarget.com's Jerrod and crew. AT targets have been reviewed and highly recommened by me in TNP and many have sold briskly from this publicity (selling out in 48 hours with the debut of the "Armored Steel" video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IlvBg4qbMqU). These targets are favored and useful gun testing tools in TNP and I was glad to see them integrated into this range as well. Shooting steel is fun, instantly reactive, and simple to proctor. OJ and I jump right into advanced portion of the "Shooting Reactive Steel for Speed and Accuracy" taught by Peter Tarley (LETC Police Training Division). Drills are single, to double, then triple taps using pneumatic steel for timing. Unfortunately OJ's Kimber chokes again (!) and we suspect magazine problems. My Springfield XDM9 turns in an impressive performance with 100% and is deadly accurate. Glocks in attendance also run with perfection (Actual Part 1). A great lunch hosted by AT gives us a quick rest and then we book it up to Kyle Schmidt's (Safariland Shooting School) "Patrol Rifle/Carbine Course," integrating off-hand, prone, kneeling, standing, multiple target, barricade rapid fire drills (LETC Actual Pt 2 and on). Times to make these shot are abbreviated and good habits pay off here. Again we join the course mid-way in and struggle balancing our roles as both shooters and cameramen. Somehow it works out well. I run both the Tactical Mini-14 (just to freak their mind cones) and then the RRA "Entry Tactical" AR-15; OJ his duty 12" M4 duty gun. We see some serious AR-15 reliability problems but our platforms all run with perfection and 100% reliability. OJ has to leave halfway through the course so I soldier on alone. While juggling cameras and thinking my gun was clipped into the sling, I shockingly I drop the AR onto the concrete section (safety on, unloaded), right onto the scope and it loses zero. Back to the Mini I go and I shoot with it better than before. Along the way I record some excellent techniques (some heard in TNP before) and tactical shooting tips from LETC instructor staff. This was just one day of shooting and I did the best I could knocking down some good vids for the TNP worldwide audience; this "Actual" Series as usual shows the details of the shooting event. Actiontarget's LETC represents excellent value in the field of tactical shooting instruction and practice and it will expand and improve in the years to come (like mounted and unmounted vehicle operations). Thanks to Jerrod and the gang at Actiontarget.com for a great training event and the outstanding hospitality shown to TNP.////////////////////////// Music: www.partnersinrhyme.com

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Nutnfancy Glock Mods

The Glock pistol is very serviceable from the box and many choose to keep it completely stock. Not me. With some cost effective mods the gun can be better. I usually will put in a 3.5 lb connector that will reduce the trigger, improve reset and LOP, and reduce overtravel. While it can also increase your accuracy and I find this mod (for me) improves my shooting speed. Good brands for this are Ghost, Scherer, and Lone Wolf trigger connectors (and others have also come and gone). I recommend leaving the Trigger Spring stock however and allowing the connector to do the lightening. Incidentally, I have no need for the heavy "New York" Glock trigger mods and find them ridiculous. I don't engage in any radical changes of the Glock grip to include frame replacement or radical frame modifications; mastering the grip angle of the Glock is easy enough and such mods add immense cost to your gun. But some Glock models suffer from the smooth sides that offer little traction. This can be easily solved with application of "Decal Grip" brand pre-cut traction material made specific for the gun. Available in either sand or thin hard rubber, the latter is my preferred material for ease on the hand and clothing while offering excellent traction even when wet. Other options include Brooks Tactical "AGrip" synthetic suede material (expensive, not as durable but great feel) and the rubber slip on sleeves (grabby to clothes, avoid the palm swelled varieties that increase grip size on a Glock). The Glock Rough Textured Frame or RTF models may not need such grip enhancements. Other modifications include cheap Glock factory components like the installation of a Glock 34/35 extended mag release (Glock Part #1981) which I slighty sand to kill to sharp edges. This can speed up mag changes a lot without inadvertent drops. Also I fit a Glock-factory G34/35 extended slide release (Glock Part #7496 3-pin, #7489 2-pin) for one handed recharging of the gun with a fresh magazine (the stock Glock release has dreadful ergos). Several magazine options exist but I often will run a Plus Two baseplate on my Glocks' drop free magazines (usually Glock brand variety, Scherer brand ok too; Arredondo brand is too big and expensive for my needs). Most mag springs will run fine with the +2 baseplates but insertion of a stronger Wolf brand spring will ensure reliability. Many sight variations abound for the Glock but unless the sights have a night capability, I again have no need for it (Glock shooting competitors might). In most POUs tritium sights should be fitted and I run Meprolights or Glock factory night sight most often because they are bright, long lasting, and cost effective. Other good brands include Trijicon, Heinie ("Straight Eight" Night Sights, Brownells #394-322-000), Aro-Tek, or TruGlo (very cool day/night sight utilizing fiber optic and tritium combination). To avoid damage while installing the rear sight blade, use a sight pusher tool (like the excellent "B&J Model 500 Universal Sight Tool," Midway USA #163458, about $120 and less on sale or for FFL); installation of front requires a small sight wrench. For home defense and many other applications, use of a weapon mounted light is advised. The Glock factory lighting modules are serviceable albeit obsolete with new high powered LED lighting opitions. Many choices exist but as of 2009 is hard to beat the cost, small size, brightness, and good throw of the Streamlight TLR-3 light. Of course these part numbers, prices, specs, models, and even brands are a snap shot in time and can change and I will be unable to update the list. But the Glock remains a favorite go to war handgun for me due to its amazing lightweight, outstanding firepower, proven accuracy and reliability, toughness, 34 part simplicity, and standard setting cost-effectiveness. Application of a few well-chosen and affordable mods makes it even better. ////////////////// Music: http://www.partnersinrhyme.com

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Added: 18155 days ago by Robglock

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