We got our hands on a Ruger LCR and put it to the test in this episode of the ProArms Podcast. To see a picture of a dismantled LCR check out our pictures from episode 19. In addition check out Steve’s article on the LCR atOfficer.com
A 21st century revolver amid some 21st century accoutrements.
The Group Steve shot with the LCR that we talked about in the Podcast
The Ruger LCR shown with the Galco pocket holster
The LCR with Gail’s Blade Tech holster made for the SP 101
Each member of the ProArms Podcast Team shares some of their training regimen with the listeners.
There’s not too much text for this episode; first the links and then on to the videos.
The targets you see Steve and Gail shoot are available at: RTKBA Targets
The target Herman is shooting is the Optional USPSA Target from: Target Barn
John talks about the CED7000 timer which most of us use is available here: CED timer
The article Gail refers to is : Drills for the Public Range by Andy Kemp, who also offers excellent training in Illinois and Idaho.
Steve shows us how to trust our “wobble zone” in Shake, Rattle and Roll
Mike stresses how important is is to practice with your non-dominant hand.
Mas practices re-loading and maintaining sustained fire
Herman shows us how he practices a “Focus Drill”
Terri, who excels at distance shooting demonstrates her long range “Focus Drill”.
In this video you can really see how she deals with being cross-eye dominant, she is right handed with a dominant left eye.
John demonstrates String three of the IDPA classifier.
Chris does the “Gunsite Drill” and a drill of his own.
Gail shows how we can adapt to practice/train on a public range.