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Canadian Rimfire Precision Series CRPS

This past weekend, I went to my first CRPS shoot. Although I’ve shot lots of 3 gun, some IPSC & IPSC-ish pistol matches, and Service Rifle/CQB a few times, I had not done much precision rifle shooting. 3 gun reaches out to 400 meters sometimes, but we’re shooting 223 at big steel plates, and that’s […]

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Girsan MC28SA

Girsan MC28SA Review

A buddy of mine runs a Girsan Regard for 3 gun: it’s Girsan’s copy of a Beretta 92, and it’s a good one. The Girsan MC28SA is a Turkish made, semi-automatic handgun that copies a lot from the S&W M&P. But here’s the real kicker, I got this pistol for $289 Canadian dollars! Due to […]

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4 groups from Savage 10TR plus middle group from Savage 93R17

Acceptable Accuracy From Different Shooting Positions

I’ve seen a couple videos online where people are shooting from compromised positions and then using the results as a testament to the accuracy of their firearms and on the flip side I’ve seen a few people claiming ridiculously good results from their rifles as well. I thought I’d do a combo person+firearm accuracy averages […]

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Shooting Sports in Canada

I thought it’d be fun to put together a quick reference of the different kinds of shooting sports that you see up here in Canada. Without any further ado: International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) IPSC is a timed action pistol sport: fast shooting, reloading on the move, etc. Shooters are judged by their “hit factor”: […]

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Silicon Carbide Pistol Grip Mod DIY

So, if you’re going to shoot 3 gun, you can run factory pistols, or you can mod your pistol to compete better. As a Canadian who can’t run a concealed carry pistol, I opted for the competition pistol. You can either run a really grippy grip panel, or skateboard tape, or epoxy on some Silicon […]

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Glock and FNS magwell compared

FNS9L vs Glock34 for 3 Gun

I’ve been running an FNS9L in competition for a while now and just recently switched over to a Glock 34, so I’ve got a bit of perspective on their differences. The Glock I’ve got to compare to is the Gen 4 Glock 34. That’s still the current generation as far as Glock 34s go today, […]

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