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I Didn't Believe Her

I Didn't Believe Her

**WARNING** IF THE SIGHT OF A DEAD ANIMAL THAT HAS BEEN KILLED FOR FOOD BOTHERS YOU, DO NOT PROCEED ANY FURTHER. THROUGHOUT THIS POST, THERE ARE PICTURES OF A DEAD DEER AND A VERY HAPPY LITTLE HUNTRES[...]
The Easy Answer to Guns for 3-Gun

The Easy Answer to Guns for 3-Gun

During 3-Gun competitions, shooters use a pistol, rifle and shotgun to engage targets while moving through a course of fire. Accuracy, speed and agility are all blended together into fast-paced comp[...]
Mammoth Sniper Challenge 2015

Mammoth Sniper Challenge 2015

“Do you want to do Mammoth together?” “Sure, I guess so.” That was the simple dialogue between my husband, Daniel, and I about 6 months prior to the Mammoth Sniper Challenge of 2015. In previous yea[...]
Zero Preference, Keeping it Simple

Zero Preference, Keeping it Simple

Competing and doing well in 3-gun competitions has a lot to do with personal preference of gear and guns. Mind you, training is pertinent, but figuring out what works best for you is subjective. I[...]
My First Recoil Article Caused a Stir

My First Recoil Article Caused a Stir

Really cool thing happened: my first article for Recoil was published on their website. Side note… if you don’t know what Recoil Magazine is, please familiarize yourself with their publication.[...]
3-Gun Nation Ladies Pro Series Qualifier

3-Gun Nation Ladies Pro Series Qualifier

Last weekend I competed for my chance into the 3-Gun Nation Ladies Pro Series.  There was a bit of deja vu as far as stages are concerned- but that's a good thing.  Long story short, I made the cu[...]
Precision Guns and Optics: A Winning Combo

Precision Guns and Optics: A Winning Combo

Daniel and I shot the Mammoth Sniper Challenge as a team, competing in the Extreme Tough Man division. The match, known for being one of the most difficult, required that we carry all the guns, ge[...]

Match Saver Shotgun Reload

 

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