The only time I feel at peace is with the gun
This does not seek permission or offer apology
This does what I do
This becomes me.
Standing by for Awesome.
Today we get the history of "Ain't talkin' about love" (again) and a brief sermon about the importance of post-match-self-analysis.
A brief interlude for doberman noises and a verbal examination of DHS buying 2700 tanks are included at no extra charge!
After spending the day as An RO, Steve talks about the damage that emotion can do to your shooting and really botches an analogy.
Today we get a little ramble about dry firing in speed mode in order to improve par times, plus we talk about tattoos and cleavage!
Today Steve talks about some of the mental "match modes" he observed at The IDPA nationals and recommends an alernative which will not surprise anyone.
Steve gets back from coaching Lee Wills through the IDPA indoor nationals at the Smith and Wesson Academy in Springfield Massachusetts, and is perfectly willing to compare USPSA and IDPA and tell you what crazy, unreasonable thing the sport of IDPA requires a shooter to do.
We also get a terrible impression of Lee Will's voice and feature his favorite Van Halen song.
Today we revisit the Brian Enos trick for group shooting, make up at least one new word, and remind everyone that if you put a bayonet on a Glock, that IS a weapon.
Steve gets home from his Oklahoma homecoming and goes over the hard numbers from the class...
It does contain a little math, and he does have a little trouble with that.
Names have have not been changed to celebrate the improved!
Steve discovers a miracle drug at 4am and then proceeds to ponder:
Being a Duke boy!
Steve goes to the doctor and is diagnosed with "sore throat crud."
We know this isn't a real medical condition, but is it a phenomena or a phenomenon?
We do eventually talk about shooting... Enjoy!
Why do the wheels fall off?
I guess you'll just have to listen...
Dedicated to Brother Micah Barcelo.
What if we...
What could we?
Steve announces the CR Speed dealership and praises the CR Speed Magpouch for its sheer awesomeness.
Then, he discusses consistency of performance and how to achieve it...
Today we prove a number of things to be true:
1. If you send Steve enough enough email, he will put you on the show.
2. Steve can play the easy parts of "Eruption" on an acoustic guitar.
3. It is possible to improvise a blues jam about an indoor IDPA match.
And much, much, more!