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Duel in the desert: The 2018 USPSA Area 2 Championship

In 1988, the Rio Salado Sportsman's Club in Mesa, Arizona, hosted its inaugural Desert Classic event. 30 years later, it's become one of the largest shooting events in the country and the current USPSA Area 2 Championship venue. This year, the venue hosted over 400 shooters...

source: By Joshua Fry
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Shooting on the move is more of a controversial topic than you may think. For some people, shooting on the move throws their accuracy and safety off so much that it's not a good idea. For other people, they have to move so slow to be able to make hits that it makes more...

source: By Mike Ox

After much teasing, Magpul has finally announced their new PMAG GL9 Glock mags are shipping. Using a stainless steel spring and high-viz follower, the new 27-rounder fits the 170mm length requirement for competition magazines, which is sure to make them popular on both the...


Tim Yackley may be young, but he's a force to contend with out on the range and with a gun in his hand. Taking the competitive shooting world by storm, Yackley pulled out an impressive performance at the NRA World Shooting Championship in September 2018 donning the title...

source: Shooting Sports USA

When you raise a pistol into view while keeping both eyes open — and if you see two guns — you lack significant visual dominance. The good news is that you can sight with either eye. The bad news is that you have to shut off some visual information by "dimming"...

source: Gun Digest

Professional competition shooter Krystal Dunn breaks down the secrets of maintaining control of the pistol during the draw and presentation stages. In this video, the USPSA competitor focuses a lot on indexing and its importance in the draw, especially when it comes to repeatable...


Make no mistake, this article is not the perspective of a national or world champion — or even a seasoned competitor. It is the perspective of someone who up until this point has only participated in one local USPSA match. I was surprised how incredibly easy it was...

source: Shooting Sports USA


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