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Episode 8: Are Marksmanship Skills Overrated?

Marksmanship Skills Tactical Shooting

When you get to the range to do some training you judge your skills in part by your ability to group shots near the bullseye of the target but Jacob thinks that is a backwards approach. Today we discuss why groupings the size of basketballs are probably better than tight golf ball groupings.

News Shared In This Episode

  • Springfield Armory to support Frog Foundation with limited edition Chris Kyle 1911 TRP Model (SSR)
  • Florida dropping CCW costs for its 1.5 million carriers (Guns.com)
  • Lawmakers want answers why VA stripped 260K vets of gun rights (Guns.com)
  • JustifiedMother shoots intruder who entered south side home through baby’s window (Fox59)

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2 Responses to Episode 8: Are Marksmanship Skills Overrated?

  1. Matthew April 6, 2016 at 3:53 pm #

    Great topic to talk about! Combat accuracy vs. fully sighted marksmanship on a range are completely different. Like training for sprints and then trying to run a marathon. Both have their application, but for defensive pistol training, you can’t overlook combat/point shooting training. Thanks for the topic and the podcast.

  2. Riley Bowman April 6, 2016 at 10:30 pm #

    Thanks for listening, Matthew! Hope you enjoy forthcoming episodes, and a review on iTunes would be GREATLY appreciated!!

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