News & Post Archive

Grayguns’s Practical Fundamentals: Who is it for?

By Bruce Gray / February 1, 2010

The Grayguns training crew and I frequently encounter prospective students who dismiss our Practical Fundamentals handgun course program as “too basic” for their level of skill and training. Nearly as often, we’ll talk to a shooter who believes his skills don’t meet our prerequisites for attendance. Both perspectives can’t be right, can they?

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Lubrication of Sig Sauer pistol rails

By scott / August 19, 2009

This article is about what I personally recommend for lubricating Sig Sauer pistols. I have different methods for lubricating other guns, but this article is focused on the Sig Sauer pistols. My philosophy: If metal rubs metal, it needs grease between the parts.

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Service Pistol Maintenance: Six simple steps can save your life

By Bruce Gray / July 21, 2009

Just six shots away from finishing his quarterly sidearm qualification, Louie got off just one round from his Glock 22, and no amount of pulling on the trigger by that Northern California narcotics officer would make it fire again.

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