Welcome to the homepage of Automatic Accuracy!
Your holster and mag pouches aren't props or gimmicks in the outfit of a competition shooter. They are essential items you'll interface with almost every single stage you shoot and in every hour of dry fire and training. Finicky or overly complex gear doesn't do anything to help you in your quest for ultimate speed and accuracy.
So what do we suggest? The gear our shooting team has used in countless hours of training and competition. Gear from RLN Custom. It is handmade in the USA and a functional work of kydex art.
IDPA, 3G, USPSA or CCW you can find something that will suit your needs. Check out our shop/web store to see just what you need to get your ancillary gear up to speed!
If you haven't heard, USPSA has two new divisions for you to compete in with different guns than you'd expect. Need something new and fresh to reignite the fire and fun of shooting? Try a new gun and a new division!
Carry Optics. Basically a production gun with a slide mounted optic weighing less than 45 ounces with an empty mag in it. So you can shoot a P07, 75B, SP01 or AccuShadow with a RMR or Deltapoint and still easily make weight. Right now going with a dovetail mount is the quickest way to get into this but if you have a spare slide milling it might be the option for you once you find the enjoyment in a minor power factor gun with a dot.
Trust me, it feels like shooting some sci-fi laser gun, it's so easy and accurate.
And what excites me the most, Pistol Caliber Carbine or PCC. Any carbine ( or papered, legal sbr) in a center fire pistol caliber like 9, 40 or 45. Slings OK. Optics OK. 30+ round mags OK. Minor power factor only. Shooting and moving with a carbine, strong and weak hand/shoulder and everything else that goes along with it just totally changes how a USPSA stage feels when you shoot it with a PCC. And let's face it, it's easier to be accurate with a long gun than a pistol.
We've got our hands on a Scorpion or two and feel like we have a good baseline on making them feel much better than out of the box. For about the same price as a Jackson Package SP01, $1,500, you can get a pretty sweet little carbine that gives nothing up to other guns out there a lot of people are using based off a pistol mag lower.
Need to get your competition groove on? Need a reason to make room in the safe? Well here are some fun new ways to do so!
Who else can shoot zero local matches, just two major matches and less than 1,000 rounds a year in practice and STILL finish in the top ten at two different USPSA national championships? No one but our very own Matthew Mink.
2016 Production National Championships 6th place overall.
2016 Carry Optics National Championships 9th place overall.
Thank you to CZ-USA, VZ Grips, Black Bullets International, RLN Custom Gear, Dan Wesson, CZ Custsom and everyone else who supports the Automatic Accuracy team!
This weekend are the USPSA National Championships for Production and Carry Optics. Matt and other team shooters will be there doing there best! Please be patient with the shop while he's gone.
We'll post up results Saturday night for Production and Sunday for Carry Optics.
If you happen to be at Nationals then please come by the vendor area and say hi to us! If we're not shooting stages that's where we'll be!
Multiple state and national champion and the force behind Automatic Accuracy teaches classes. Want a keen eye on you and your friends in a group class or need more in depth one on one, he can help! Classes are set up on a custom basis, so call or email the shop and we'll get you going.
And when you do come for a class remember these tips for being a good student:
1. Bring reliable equipment, ammo and gear. Test and tune before your stuff before taking a class.
2. Be "class fit". You'll be standing outside and shooting all day. The better you're able to handle this the more you can devote to doing the skills and paying attention.
3. Know your learning style. Do you need to see it? Hear it? Read it? Be physically shown? When you know how you process information you know how to ask better questions to get the answer you need.
4. Have specific questions in mind and ask them. Don't let an instructor just run you through with them on auto pilot. You paid, it's your time so get what you need out of it.
Bonus #5. Stay after if you can. If you've done well doing items 1-4, sometimes things happen after class is officially over. This is where having plenty of ammo, stamina and some good questions can pay off. No time pressure, less student, more relaxed atmosphere, the instructor knows you a little better, ect ect.
A short review of the Carry Optics mount the team is going to use for the CO Nationals this year. This isn't a whitewash interview, so take the time to read it with an open mind.
Read it on the Enos forum for the shop HERE
If you're not local to the shop you can find a lot of our inventory on our Gun Broker page. Search for "Automatic Accuracy" (no surprise) as the seller if you're a registered user. Pistols, magazines, rifles and all sorts of stuff! Check it out, you know you're not doing anything at work right now.
Here is the link to where you can now purchase your own team apparel. Add your name, state flag and choose the style of shirt you'd like! I know some of you have been waiting so thank you, here is the link!
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Just three weeks until the start of the match we've all been waiting for, Production Nationals. Automatic Accuracy's founder and President Matt Mink will be there and ready to tear it up again!
We hope to see some of you there as well and hope your match is awesome as well. (They need to update the date on their logo....)