Category: Learning Center
OSP Shooting School’s Gil Ash explains how he approaches springing teal targets that are often found on a sporting clays course. Learn the proper hold point, focal point, and break point to improve your consistency and take the mystery out of these used-to-be-hard-to-hit targets.
There is a slew of misinformation on AR-15 upper configurations on the internet, but sometimes it’s more a lack of information than anything. When it comes to the somewhat unknown mid-length upper for the AR platform, the latter is the issue. While there are mid-length uppers for even the LAR-8, AR-10, SR-25 platforms, this article […]
When it comes to how one mounts their carry holster there are several options. The most common being inside the waistband or outside the waistband. Both have their pros and cons, so it comes down to what fits you best. One must consider many different things for when choosing a carry holster. Body type and […]
This is my first installment in what I’m planning to be a 3 or 4 part series on what is, and has been, my choice for big game pistol hunting. My primary target is the whitetail deer. I’m going to start off with why I like to use a hand gun, what you may want […]
The decision to acquire a handgun for first time should not be taken lightly, but once the decision has been made several important factors enter into determining what type of handgun to purchase; the two choices being either a revolver or a semiauto. To the untrained and/or the uneducated, the movies and TV play a […]
The decision to buy a handgun is not one to be taken lightly, especially if it is your first handgun. Not all handguns are created equal and not all handguns are created for the same purpose. First thing we need to figure out is what is the primary reason for purchasing the handgun? Personal defense? […]
Sporting clays is a refreshing change from the predictability of skeet and the limited variability that the game of trap offers (44 degrees side to side, 5 set positions, 8-12 foot throw height, 16 yd line, etc). Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy shooting Skeet and Trap, it’s just nice having something totally different to […]