Monthly Archive for: ‘January, 2016’

A defensive shooting stance is a particular combination of upper and lower body (feet, primarily) positioning. As far as shooting stances go, the Isosceles and Weaver are probably the most popular, but the environment and circumstances in which you shoot will largely dictate what your “ideal” stance is. Our Natural Inclination Rob Pincas, professional trainer […]

Kimber’s 2016 Product Line Up was announced, featuring new models, features and caliber extensions. In total, Kimber is introducing 31 new pistols and rifles to their product line. Read the full post here. So what’s new? Kimber presents the Two-Tone and Stainless™ II families as its new 1911 product lines, adds new features to the […]

According to, threshold braking is when a driver slows down in the quickest possible way by maintaining brake force at the optimum level. While it may sound simple, it’s tricky and requires a lot of practice. When threshold braking, the driver attempts to maintain maximum deceleration without locking wheels, so if ABS has kicked […]

We are proud to announce Refrigerator Bowl 2016 rounds 5-8, the last 4 events of the winter autocross series which uses all the tracks at Summit Point Motorsports Park. Each date will be two different half-day autocrosses for two heats each. Register for one or both, because there are no work assignments (unless you choose that […]