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2019 Summed Up

2019 is almost over. With that, my major match schedule has also come to a close. What an amazing year it has been! My first major match of the year was Florida Open. Many people say that this match is one of the most technical matches you will shoot throughout the year. This proved to…
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2019 US IPSC NATIONALS

The 2019 US IPSC Nationals has come and gone. I was hoping to go back to back on the Open Division National Junior Title, but IPSC changed their age limit for Junior competitors from 18 to 21. This did give me a new goal though… To beat Christian Sailer. With him being a GM, 19…
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2019 Florida Open

Rewind to a year ago…almost to the day to the 2018 Florida Open. Let’s just say that the 2018 FLOP was a… well, FLOP! In 2018, I finished 99th in Open, shooting 47.39% of the match points. Accuracy wise, I shot 35 Deltas, and had 25 Mikes. I don’t think I’ve ever shot a worst…
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Equipment Maintenance

Have you ever been shooting a stage… and have something go wrong? Whether it was a minor malfunction, or a “death jam”? Did it cost you to zero the stage? Lose competitive placement in a level II match or better? I honestly can’t say that I have. But one of the most common excuses you…
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Dry Fire…

Who is with me? Dry fire… SUCKS. Doesn’t it? Dry fire is the most common form of training without going to the range and actually doing live fire. When I first started shooting competitively, I dry fired. Reloading a gun was something that did not come second nature to me. Especially since I was only…
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Happy New Year!

2019 is here. Over the holidays, I’ve really sat back and thought a lot about these past 4 years; where I’ve been, and where I want to go. At only 12 years old, I shot my very first USPSA match on Aug. 24, 2014. I shot a Glock 19 in Production. 6 short months later,…
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