Traded for an old Comp M2 today. This was the original “good” red dot. I believe we got them in ‘99 in memory serves. Before this one we were using Aimpoint 5000’s which worked kinda like congress. I went through a long job interview, and some real world targets (my first) with a Comp M2 so it holds a special place in my heart- along with its odd battery, sketchy on/off switch and 4MOA dot. As soon as I shitcan the covers, find a mount (calling Bobro), and refresh my time with it, look for it in upcoming classes.

Traded for an old Comp M2 today. This was the original “good” red dot. I believe we got them in ‘99 in memory serves. Before this one we were using Aimpoint 5000’s which worked kinda like congress. I went through a long job interview, and some real world targets (my first) with a Comp M2 so it holds a special place in my heart- along with its odd battery, sketchy on/off switch and 4MOA dot. As soon as I shitcan the covers, find a mount (calling Bobro), and refresh my time with it, look for it in upcoming classes.

All shots from standing freestyle, 10 rds in 1 min. 3 runs for each category. All three were basically the same.

I believe the Gen 4 will be more accurate in the long run. The barrel needs some more rounds to settle in- there was a couple of impact shifts. The Gen 4 shoots “easier”, better felt recoil…..stay tuned

All shots from standing freestyle, 10 rds in 1 min. 3 runs for each category. All three were basically the same.

I believe the Gen 4 will be more accurate in the long run. The barrel needs some more rounds to settle in- there was a couple of impact shifts. The Gen 4 shoots “easier”, better felt recoil…..stay tuned

USS Indianapolis 

She sank 69 years ago. For those new to here or my FB, I post every year about the Indy and her men. If you don’t know the story, educate yourself. During a recent family vaca in D.C. I was able to confirm at the WW2 Memorial that I am related to RM3 Walton Defoor, who went down with the ship. He was from the same area as me in Alabama- unbelievable.

These men died well.

USS Indianapolis

She sank 69 years ago. For those new to here or my FB, I post every year about the Indy and her men. If you don’t know the story, educate yourself. During a recent family vaca in D.C. I was able to confirm at the WW2 Memorial that I am related to RM3 Walton Defoor, who went down with the ship. He was from the same area as me in Alabama- unbelievable.

These men died well.

Thanks Harley

Thanks Harley

Just wrapped up an interview that the Glock Annual guys requested. Look for it when the next one comes out.

Dyna/FXR Nation

Dyna/FXR Nation

Picked up two
New gen 4s, a 17 and a 19….more to come.

Picked up two
New gen 4s, a 17 and a 19….more to come.

A re-do of my .308 for some upcoming mil classes and of course for the hunting season; added a Gemtech Sandstorm (suppresses match ammo, sub sonic it needed), USO 1.8-10 with mil hashes, Streamlight TLR-1 with green beam cover, Harris Eng. bipod.

Gotta strive to keep living up to the athlete moniker. 18th overall.

Gotta strive to keep living up to the athlete moniker. 18th overall.

My Sayoc Hawk from Elmore Blades.

My Sayoc Hawk from Elmore Blades.