Jerry Miculek, the most talented professional shooter in the world, goes through some of his IDPA equipment. If it works for him, it will probably work for you. If you haven’t seen this guy shoot, take a minute to check out and subscribe to his YouTube channel. He’s wicked fast—watch his reload at 6:30 in the video. On top of it all, you won’t believe how accurately this guy shoots. His wife Kay and daughter Lena also compete at the top levels and they are every bit as impressive. Take a minute to watch the exciting family fun!
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He is what it all about. Practiced and prepared.Good show
Comment by James Riley — February 22, 2013 @ 12:11 pm
My wife and I had the distinct pleasure of seeing Jerry shoot LIVE a few weeks ago at the Old Florida Outdoor Festival in Apopka Florida. According to Jerry this is one of only two NON-competitive shoots he does every year. This guy is truly amazing and has a great sense of humor to boot. I highly recommend you take the time to see him shoot if you can, you won’t regret it.
While walking in the National forest, I had my loaded atuomatic pistol in my camera case, which of course was secured. ( PRE-digital … 35 mm camera , with extra lens ) , My camera was on a strap around my neck. We walked around the corner and encountered a Moose nursing her baby, apx 30 feet away. Terrain was on our side, and Momma moose was busy shielding her calf. We were able to run away.
To access my Pistol, I would have had to open my camera case, Grab my pistol ( hopefully by the grip ) unholster it , then aim…. at a charging moose, that was already too close.
Lesson learned, While in the Forest my pistol is holstered on my old Sam Browne Belt. And later when I encountered that Massive Bull Moose, My pistol was at least in hand , when we hid, then ran for cover. ( My pistol of choice is for personal protection , and effective against thin skinned targets, Moose hunting is not its forte . )
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