BJ Norris

  1. Magazine Management For IDPA and USPSA Production

    Magazine Management For IDPA and USPSA Production
    IDPA and USPSA both offer great opportunities to practice with your pistol outside of a traditional square range. The main one, performance under pressure, is the biggest thing that most people need out of competition shooting to be a better, and more well-rounded shooter. But, to perform well under pressure, you need to understand how to manage your gear. So...
  2. Short Round's Rants: Ya Done Messed Up A-Aron!

    This one is a little all over the place. I started out talking about how to define the difference between formal instruction, training, practice, and even just plinking. Then got off the rails about how to choose an instructor, among other things... For those that know me, you know I'm a huge proponent of formal training, but it's important you...
  3. Introducing Short Round's Rants: The Eyes Have It

    I had the idea to start a podcast, but quite frankly, it's hard to peel time away at the desk to come up with topics, record, edit, blah excuse, after blah excuse. BUT, I do go to the range fairly often, which is about 15 minutes away. Pretty much the perfect amount of time for me to cover a "segment...
  4. Make Ready Podcast - BJs and Berettas

    I'm pretty good buddies with the guys over at Make Ready Podcast, and we (Short Round Supply) also sponsor the show, mainly because we like to support good people. So, if you're interested in competitive shooting, practice theory, Beretta 92 trivia, or just want to hear 2 GrandMaster pistol shooters take a guy to task for being too focused on...
  5. Short Round Supply Co.: 1 year later

    Tomorrow marks 1 full year since we officially launched Short Round Supply Co. I can absolutely say that it has been a wild ride since we tossed the lever. We’ve shipped thousands of orders, many tons of ammo, and managed to collect over 100, five-star reviews. Things haven’t always gone totally smooth, but we always do our best to ensure...
  6. Dot size: 2.5 MOA SRO Vs. 7.5 MOA Delta Point Pro

    Dot size: 2.5 MOA SRO Vs. 7.5 MOA Delta Point Pro
    How Do These 2 Red Dots Stack Up? Without a doubt, the Trijicon SRO was one of the more talked about products from the NRA Show, as it seemed to be the first time that Trijicon really designed a red dot with a pistol as the primary platform in mind. That being said, some of the dot sizes offered were...
  7. What Size Dot Should I Use For My Pistol?

    Red Dots On Pistols! Although previously reserved only for Race Guns that weren't terribly practical from an everyday cost or carrying standpoint, red dots can now be easily mounted on pistols from most every major manufacturers. Glock, Smith & Wesson, Sig, and many others are now offering pistols straight from the factory ready to accept red dots, and some even come...
  8. Drill Of The Week: Doubling Standards

    In this Drill of the Week, B.J takes on defensive and competition shooting with his Doubling Standards While mainly geared toward competition shooters, this is also a great drill for defensive shooting. Here's what you'll need for this pistol shooting drill: Pistol Holster 2 Mags Magazine Pouch 14 Rounds Per Run 3 Targets (IPSC, USPSA, or IDPA work best) Shot...
  9. Short Round Review: Remington Thunderbolt 22 - The Ammo People Love To Hate

    Short Round Review: Remington Thunderbolt 22 - The Ammo People Love To Hate
    Is The Remington TB22 Ammo As Bad As They Say? This one is going to be a little shorter than some of our other reviews. Why you ask? Well, this ammo isn’t complicated… Remington 22 Thunderbolt is a much maligned product, and if you ask 10 different people , you’ll probably get 10 different answers. Why? We’ll here’s the thing...
  10. You Suck At Pulling The Trigger

    You Suck At Pulling The Trigger
    Imagine this, you’ve taken the slack out of the trigger, your sights are picture perfect, so you pull the trigger to fire the gun right NOW! Yet, you miss. Ever happen to you? Happens to me. Fundamental shooting skills are a topic that is not only commonly discussed, it’s even more frequently misunderstood. The single most important aspect of shooting, above literally everything else...

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