Hey. Lotsa people admire Tam. She is a great blogger, been on the internetz forever, and is super knowledgeable. Just reading her stuff and her comments here is like a cheat sheet before the big exam. I've learned a bunch from her through long term osmosis, and I bet a lot of you have. For instance:
- Pull straight back smoothly from full reset on a DA trigger on a revolver. One continuous motion. Just commit to the trigger pull when you have the sights on.
- Tritium sights are good with most any firearms. Especially when dealing with shambling zombies in low light situations at dusk or what not. If you have sprinting zombies you want a red-dot optic of some sort.
- Got a 1911 jamming on the second round? Did you load 8 rounds in the mag? Might be that, causing it. Load 7 next set, see what happens.
- Sunscreen. And gloves on high round count outdoor training.
- Don't keep messing with it. Leave it in the holster. Playing with it as if it were a toy is a way NDs happen. Minimize handling. You know what a pistol is, you don't need to fondle it every chance you get. Act like you been here before.
What has Tam taught you? If not Tam, what is the best lesson you've absorbed from the posted experiences of another blogger/internet-source?
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