1911 Trigger and Harp with Trigger Stop Screw Removed The rules of the Bullseye sport allow considerable latitude in equipment and technique. And there are certain items and practices that improve one’s ability to hit the center of the target. These include for most shooters but not all Red dot, Good stance, Focus (of attention […]
When Zins Speaks, …
Brian Zins has won the US national bullseye (Conventional Pistol) competition at Camp Perry Ohio more times than most of us have shot Xs in a single target. Understandably, when Brian speaks, bullseye shooters listen. Not long ago, Brian wrote to the bullseye-l mailing list about his grip. He said, From: Zins GySgt Brian H […]
Competition Day Diet
For Bullseye 2700s that last all day (typically 8:30AM to about 3:00PM) I have adopted a very specific diet. Several other local shooters seem to do about the same and also Brian Zins, the seven times US pistol shooting champion from whom I’m admittedly borrowing much of this advice, has mentioned a very similar diet […]
Look Ma, No Hands!
Shooting, I’m beginning to suspect, is like riding a bicycle. Intellectually you know what you have to do but as long as you have to think about it, you’re gonna crash. I shot only my 22 at first but, a few months ago, decided to start working on the 45. I wanted to do the […]