Last Sunday I was joined by the guys from Gunther’s Guns at the C2 Shooting Center. They had some ammunition that they wanted me to test for them and give them my opinion. Based on our earlier conversations they brought specific calibers and weights to test. A quick introduction of Gunther’s’ Guns is in […]
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Looking for the 2013 VBPD Competition? The VBPD/FoP#8 Shooting Team will host its 17th Annual Law Enforcement Shooting Competition on April 28th 20120 at the VBPD Firearms Training Facility located aboard Academi in Moyock, NC. All full-time sworn local, state, federal and military law enforcement personnel are eligible and welcome to attend. Participants will […]
Christmas draws nearer we will all become a little harried, stressed and complacent. Don’t let this happen to you! Just as the predators in the animal kingdom recognize the many opportunities to make kill that occur during the great migrations and calving seasons, so do the two-legged predators in our society look forward to this time of year. Each Holiday shopping season brings new chances for the lesser predators; shoplifters, purse snatchers, scam artists and petty thieves, to do what they do best; perform crimes or opportunity.
AggDefSol and C2 Shooting Center are proud to present the “Second Saturday Series” of pistol matches! In an effort to make “action shooting competitions” a little more accessible to shooters in the Tidewater area we have decided to team up and offer a series of matches as an alternative to what is already being offered.
All shooters of ALL skill levels are welcome and encouraged to participate. This is a good way to “get your feet wet” for action shooting sports without shelling out a great deal of money. Additionally, we run a quick paced range so you won’t be here all day, unless you want to..
All maintenance and weapons handling tasks start with proper weapon clearing procedures. Running our courses we have seen our share of unsafe unloading procedures if they are done at all. Remember the first of the Cardinal Rules of Firearms Safety: Treat every weapon as if it is loaded.