Hello and welcome to TFB Podcast Roundup 36! Sport shooting is a criminally underrated activity and I really wish more people would get into it. That being said, I don’t really blame a lot of people for either not wanting to gear up to do it or not having the nerves to go to their first match. However, what I can say is that by not trying it at all you’re really doing yourself a huge disservice even if you never plan on continuing in the sport down the road. Today I’ve gathered a handful of recent episodes from some of my favorite sports shooting or competition shooting podcasts so that those of you who are interested or already into shooting sports can glean knowledge and listen to discussions on the topic from the comfort of your own home or car.
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TFB Podcast Roundup 36: Podcasts for Sport Shooters
Length: 33 Minutes
Ben Stoeger is a champion IPSC shooter and a multiple-time USPSA National Champion. Ben spends a lot of his time traveling the country participating in various shooting competitions but he also professionally instructs other shooters in various disciplines ranging from basic practical shooting fundamentals all the way up to advanced skill-building classes and drills. In this episode, Ben and his co-hosts/guests talk about the various ways they’ve overcome hurdles and other obstacles that were getting in the way of them improving their sports shooting performance.
Length: 61 Minutes
Sport shooting is just like any other sport. You usually start off pretty rough or maybe you’ve got natural talent. Eventually, however, you’ll have to shore up your skills to gain a competitive edge and improve your scores and times. Today on the Hit Factor podcast the guys (Jeff Cawthon, Jeremy Reid, and Jared Fox) talk about what they are doing or plan to do this season to help themselves improve their split times, accuracy and fundamentals.
Length: 59 Minutes
On this week’s show we have three guests: USPSA’s Director of Media and Events, Jake Martens, Match Director of the USPSA Multigun Nationals, Shannon Smith and Competitor Reuben Aleckson of Vortex Optics.
We talk about changes to the Multigun Rulebook to relax unloaded gun handling and reduce unnecessary disqualifications at Multigun matches, the upcoming Multigun Nationals at the Clinton House and what to expect from the match. Then we talk about the future of Multigun matches, more long gun opportunities and a roadmap to international competition.
Length: 46 Minutes
Rodney Disbrow is from Montana and has been shooting competitively for 7 years. He just won the 2022 Gator Cup at the age of 54. He works full time in the construction business and in his free time, he loves to hunt and guide elk and turkey hunts up north. He is a super nice guy, a hard worker, and a great shot.
Length: 43 Minutes
Learn all the secrets of the P365, as Sig Sauer’s Phil Strader joins Gun Talk’s Ryan Gresham to talk about this popular pistol, plus competitive shooting, training, what Phil really wanted to be when he grew up, a cheap and easy way to train, what makes the SIG P365XL Spectre Comp special, a new .380, and more. Gun Talk Nation is brought to you by Savage Arms and Smith & Wesson. Gun Talk Nation 02.09.22
Length: 67 Minutes
Today we have a special guest named Travis Carroll to help talk about getting into the competition shooting world. We mostly talk about USPSA competitions, which is a pistol shooting based style, but what we talk about translates to all other shooting competition styles. Travis is not a Grand Master but he has been doing well in local competitions as of late and getting into the sport is still fresh in his mind. We talk about what it takes to get into the sport, the work you need to put in, but also how easy it can be to dip your toes in. This sort of endeavor can seem intimidating at first but it’s not as bad as it seems. Competition Shooting can be extremely addicting and a great hobby for the entire family. We hope you enjoy this awesome episode!
Length: 22 Minutes
Surefire is bringing an all-new series of competitively priced high-performance weapon-mounted lights to the market with their new Turbo series. Why is this great? Well beforehand you only had a handful of premium weapon light designers and manufacturers and Surefire is starting to make that fact change. Today our host Pete talks with Andrew and Joel with Surefire about the new Turbo series of lights, as well as the new XSC for the Smith & Wesson Shield. See what the Turbo can do and what surefire has planned for the future in this episode of the TFB Behind the Gun Podcast brought to you from SHOT Show 2022.
That’s all we’ve got for this week! If you’ve heard a recent competition-oriented podcast that you think others would like or could benefit from, please feel free to drop a tip down in the comments. Thanks as always for reading listening right here at TFB, see you next week!