Monday, November 8, 2010

Four applications for in-home IPSC training

To achieve and maintain a good performance one has to have a lot of frequent training. Fortunately, many exercises can be performed with dry-fire drills without leaving home. Unfortunately it's hard to set targets at an appropriate distance at home, not to mention preparing moving targets. The help comes from simple computer programs which simulate distance by displaying scaled down targets on a computer screen.

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

IPSC Championships Australasia 2010

Videos from IPSC championships that took place in Malesia.

Professional AIPSC competitions - video

In the extension you can watch a relation from last year's shooting AIPSC competitions: PAPI Clarence Lai Cup. They were held in the Philippines and are an example that such an event can look very professional.

Friday, October 15, 2010

Choosing a proper airsoft pistol for AIPSC

przykład repliki przystosowanej do AIPSC w klasie open
Shooting is a quite demanding sport when it comes to hardware. Marksman skills are paramount, but when two highly trained shooters meets, the selection of appropriate weapons can not be overestimated. So, before you purchase one, you should 5 times consider the choice.

The modern Isoceles - article

Some time ago I have found an interesting article from "American Handgunner" magazine written by Ron Avery - the director of the Practical Shooting Academy. Author explores the Modern Isoceles stance and prooves that it is better than other stances.

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Shooting stances - Weaver

This is the second part of the argument on the pistol shooting stances. This time, I will describe a modified Weaver and Weaver stances. I will discuss both of them because of only slight differences between them. These are probably the most well-known stances - they can be seen in most action movies.

Shooting stances - Isosceles

Proper shooting stance is a very important thing for every shooter. Good stance makes shots more accurate and consistent while keeping stability.

There are three main shooting stances:
- Isosceles
- Weaver
- modified Weaver
In this and the next post I'll approach each of them.

Basics: handling a pistol by Todd Jarret

If you want to learn, you should learn from the best ones. Below Todd Jarret, ex IPSC champion, presents basics about handling and shooting a pistol.