370: Custom 2011 Pistol Options

The week this podcast is published will mark the resurrection of Hard as Hell 3-Gun. 

That got me thinking about the last time I shot hard as hell 3-Gun in December of 2018 and while I was in Saint George I was hosted by the wonderful people at Vortex Optics. WE had a house full of practical shooting enthusiasts and I was in the market to purchase a 2011 pistol so we fired up the microphones and discussed the key features that make for a good 2011 pistol.

The podcast that follows is the replay of that interview, a round table with friends of the show Josh Tarrant, Travis Vogel and Adam Maxwell. The information is still incredibly valuable today and I hope you enjoy it.

Best of luck to everyone shooting the match. Thanks for listening and I’ll be back soon with a new episode.

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