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Training/Diet #9: Coaching, Training, Self-Defense, Muay Thai

April 20, 2015

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My last update was some time ago. After finishing a cutting and obstacle racing cycle I wanted to get back into Starting Strength. Because of my awful ankle flexibility, back squat with proper form was almost out of the question. I went back to my coach at Brooklyn Barbell Club for coaching however he (smartly) […]

2015-04-18 Practicing Archery with Friends in Brooklyn

April 19, 2015

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Among the many downsides of living in a cramped apartment is the difficulty of practicing with my Mathews Z7. While I can credibly claim that I can hit a target the size of deer’s vitals at 25 yards at a range every single time, as anyone who has ever tried bowhunting can tell you, hunting ≠ […]

2015-04-12 Sporting Clays Outing at Orvis Sandanona

April 16, 2015

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On Sunday, Ten friends and I headed up to Orvis Sandanona in Millbrook to break some clays. Most of us plan to go back again in May!

2015-04-05 Testing the Accuracy International AT in 6.5 Creedmore

April 5, 2015

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Back in 2011, I went out to Oregon to take my first long range precision rifle class. I wrote about it here and immediately decided that I wanted to get into the sport. Work being work, and life being life, it took me some time to follow up. Last spring, I mentioned that I wanted to […]

2015-03-21 Sporting Clays Lesson at Mid Hudson Sporting Clays

April 5, 2015

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For all of my adult life I have focused on rifles and pistols as I think they are the all-around most useful and practical firearms. I’ve always viewed shotguns with a bit of skepticism. I bought a used Remington 870 about a decade ago so I’d have a pump gun with which to shoot 3gun, but […]

2014-10-11 Orvis Sandanona Sporting Clays Outing

October 14, 2014

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Shotguns have always been a blind spot for me when it comes to shooting. I’d always felt that pistol and rifle had a great deal of practicality while shotgun was the pastime of bird hunters and clay shooters wielding $10,000 over-and-unders. Back in 2002, I tried trap shooting a few times, and while fun, it […]

What a suppressed rifle shooting supersonic ammo sounds like

March 6, 2014

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Thunder Beast Arms #205 Practical Field Shooting Workshop Review

March 5, 2014

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I started this blog back in 2011, mainly to remember a major trip to Oregon. The pretense for the trip was Thunder Beast Arms’ Practical Field Rifle 101 Course. Basically, I signed up for three days of serious practical long range shooting. With a day on each end of the trip to travel to and […]

Thunderbeast Arms Practical Field Shooting Workshop Day 2

March 3, 2014

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Thunderbeast Arms Practical Field Shooting Workshop Day 1

March 3, 2014

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