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Ammoload machines for sale 9mm and .40S&W

Hello all,
 
As part of our efforts to make our business a little smaller we have decided to part with 2 of our Ammoload machines. We have one in 9mm and one in .40S&W. Both run like sewing machines.
 
We are asking $27.5K ea, or $54000 for both of them. We have a few manuals, spare parts, and plenty of powder disks to load multiple loads with different charge weights.
 
Serious inquiries only, please.

 

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Posted on May 29, 2017
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Brass sale!!!

Check out our blowout prices on sorted brass in 9mm, .40, .45 and .380! Call for quantity quotes! 501-336-0474

Posted on May 12, 2017
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Ammo sales

All, we are taking the ammunition we manufacture off our website due to restructuring our product line. All orders currently in the system will be worked no problem and delivered to the customer. We are planning on trimming the number of calibers and loads we offer down, and will let everyone know when we come to a final decision.

Also, be on the lookout for blowout sales on ammunition components! Brass will be the first thing offered up for sale at clearance prices.

Posted on May 11, 2017
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Shadow 2 Shadow 2 Shadow 2 Shadow 2

Though not enough to fulfill every order we got our first batch of Shadow 2 pistols in! For those of you on the pre order list and patiently waiting let me tell you, when you get the gun it will be worth it!

And for those of you who can't leave a gun stock or want to eek out that last bit of performance we're very deep into developing our tuning package for the guns, to match the Jackson Package of the regular SP01 Shadows.

Rowdy will have his at matches for you to check out, so if you see him ask him to check out our handiwork!

Black Polycoat Shadow 2

Posted on March 16, 2017
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The latest IDPA rules.

So after much bickering and online predictions of doom, I shot an IDPA match under the new rules. I like them. Short story version, the speed and freedom one gains from the fault lines and reload rule changes make up for the time lost dealing with 1 point down equaling one second.

Long story version, the game has changed a little that is true. But there still is a scenario, wearing a concealment garment, doing a slide lock or reload with retention, engaging targets in tactical priority and less racy guns and gear. It is not the same, very true. Some things may remind you of USPSA. But it is still very much IDPA.

Watch my match shot under the new rules HERE

-Rowdy

 

Posted on January 30, 2017
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Practiscore and practice more.

If you've shot a match in the past year you probably had it scored electronically on the Practiscore app and the results posted on their web page. If you shoot matches all the time chances are you have the free app or even the Competitor app on your phone or tablet.

If you don't I'd highly suggest you get it! As the saying goes, if you aren't measuring you're guessing.

Generically what are we scored on in a pistol shooting match? Our time and our hits. Either in IDPA or USPSA, it's all about your accuracy and speed. Now how the two sports derive that score is very different but those two concepts, hits and speed can be looked at in Practiscore easily for either game.

Look at your score's composition however the results are summarized. First look at raw time. What was your time versus the division winner's time? Chances are you can remember a mistake that cost you time or the difference will reinforce your need to move faster through a stage and transition the gun faster. Look at your raw time and see if it is a weakness or a strength in how it effects your score.

Next look at your accuracy.  In IDPA did only 10% of your score come from points down. For example if your match score was 100 and your raw time was 85 then you had 15 points down. With these easy numbers that means 15% of your score came from points down. Shoot more -0!! If you're shooting USPSA did you shoot 90% or greater of the available A hits? If not, start to!fbbnn

So now you've looked at a match result and it's time to go practice and get better, reducing the number of errors you make. Let's take some of the guess work out of whether you're really doing better or not by putting  your drills and stages from practice into the app on your phone and recording what you do. Then you can see if your feelings match the reality of the data from your hits and times. Did I get a higher hf/less points down that run by using that target engagement? Answer this and similar questions by using the data from your shot timer and hits in the Practiscore application.

Do this and you'll more rapidly learn how to feel the optimal speed/accuracy balance and its effect on your scores! And be training both smarter and harder.

-Rowdy

Posted on January 27, 2017
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Absolute Value in Competition

I'd like to present to you a new explanation about the power of a Miss being scored on a target in USPSA.

Typically a target requires two hits, and two hits in the highest point value A area is ideal. Each one of those A hits goes into determining how many points you shot during that course of fire. If you shot two A hits on the target you'd be awarded 5 points for each, yielding a total of 10 positive points to your score.

Now let's look at the scoring should you shoot a single A hit and a single Miss. With the single A hit you earn a total of 5 positive points. With the single miss you are penalized negative 10 points. Combine these and you are left with a negative 5 points to be subtracted from your score.

You could have earned 10 points at best for the target, instead by shooting an Alpha Miss you are left losing 5 points. Or a total points value of -15 from what could have been the best result to the one you ended up with.

That one bad shot cost you then 15 points. A miss costs you three times as much to the negative than a good hit does to the positive.

Want better scores? You then must absolutely make sure you never shoot a miss again. Want training to fix this? Contact the shop to arrange a lesson for your group with Mink himself.

-Rowdy

Posted on January 24, 2017
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2017 is almost here!

Here in Arkansas the New Year is only about 7.50 hours away. That means you better forget anything bad from 2016 and be ready for all the awesomeness 2017 will hold, like new models from CZ and new rules from IDPA.

Get out there in '17 and use your guns! We'll be here to help you work on them, upgrade them or sell you a new one.

Happy New Year.

Posted on December 31, 2016
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Shadow 2

Per the post made by CZ-USA on Facebook yesterday it looks like the highly anticipated Shadow 2 will make it to the US in 2017 sometime after the SHOT Show in January.

For everyone who's put a deposit down, the wait just got a little clearer.

Posted on October 26, 2016
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Off season?

The season for action pistol shooting, like IDPA and USPSA, is more defined by the weather where you live and availability of higher level matches than a calendar set by the sanctioning bodies. For most people the majority of the competitive action happens from March to October. Which leaves a person of about four months of what could be called "off season" time.

My question then is what are you going to do during those four months? Load a year's worth of ammo? Take a break to avoid burn out? Double down on your dry fire training?

What are you doing during the off season?

Posted on September 23, 2016
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