Keith Sanderson of San Antonio, Texas, a 2008 Olympian, claimed the gold medal in the Men’s 25m Rapid Fire Pistol event at the 2009 ISSF Rifle/Pistol World Cup in Beijing today. Sanderson won the gold on the same range where he finished in fifth place at the 2008 Olympic Games in the same event.
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Good shooting Keith!
Most military-issued firearms are worn out or damaged by excessive and/or improper cleaning. We should stop using the word “clean” and start using “maintain.” A properly maintained firearm is NOT white glove clean.
Myth – “Firearms must be thoroughly cleaned every time they’re fired and must never be stored dirty.”
Fact – Basic maintenance is simple and quick requiring little more than a wipe down and light lubrication.
Myth – “Someone else zeroed this rifle but I still have to completely rezero because shooters look at the sights differently.”
Fact – Assuming both shooters are competent, the difference in zero will be small.
Myth – “To shoot well you have to use the tip of your trigger finger.”
Fact – The only factor is can the shooter consistently press straight to the rear without disturbing alignment.