There’s a whole Universe for you to explore and enjoy. You have the necessary abilities. You have each other for solace, comfort, companionship and help. It’s real, it’s big, it’s exciting. There are dangers and beauties at every place of every size and subtlety. Use everything in you and around you. Enjoy.
The L Match is intended to draw in non-Bullseye shooters. It allows two-handed shooting and has significantly bigger scoring rings, and is fired completely from the 25 yard line. Slow fire is briefer with only four minutes and many competitors … Continue reading →
Two series of test loads have been fired downrange in the Ransom Rest in pursuit of an accurate load for some 155 grain Moly-coated LSWCs I have on-hand. All testing was performed at 25 yards. Here are the results. Series … Continue reading →
Bullseye shooters have three brains. The Doing Brain This brain rides the bicycle, throws the ball, drives the car and makes the shot. It knows how to coordinate eye, hand, arm and foot so everything acts in concert. It works … Continue reading →
(In case you missed it, click here for Part One.) Reloading data for the 155 grain moly-coated LSWCs is sparse. The two books I have on-hand, Speer and Hornady, don’t list any bullets with this weight for 45 ACP. Fortunately, Hodgdon’s … Continue reading →
The ammo shortage recently had me checking my storage bins, drawers and shelves out in the garage. I came across some 155 grain moly-coated LSWCs for 45 ACP that I had bought real cheap back at some competition, back when … Continue reading →