I bought my first gun on my 21st birthday, a Smith & Wesson 4516.  That was a horrible gun for a first time handgun owner, but, it's an otherwise rock solid pistol and I regret selling it back 2005.  Years of casual shooting went on until a coworker introduced me to the PA Steel League.  After I shot my first steel match, I was hooked.  I went on a buying spree, buying nearly a ton of ammo, a bunch of new guns, and then I discovered reloading.  Wanting something more than one steel match per month, I started shooting IDPA where I could shoot a match every weekend.  Now, 6 years later and more than 100 matches shot, I've slowed down with shooting a match every weekend and have become a fair weather shooter.  While I'm not shooting 13,000 rounds a year anymore, I still have what most recreational shooters would call a high annual round count.

 

I am a sworn LEO in PA and I shoot IDPA in my duty gear and complete in the LE category with my Smith & Wesson M&P9.  At my peak of steel shooting, I was an A class shooter.  Occasionally you'll find a post or two here related to shooting videos or photos, Johnny I Shoot Stuff doesn't just mean I shoot guns.  There are many things that can be "shot" and you'll find those here too.

Enjoy,

Some Full Auto Fun in South Africa.

Some Full Auto Fun in South Africa.