• June NTXLF Steel Match

    June NTXLF Steel Match

    Yesterday I competed in the North Texas Lead Farmers steel match. This was my third of fourth time to compete in the Intermediate division and I placed 3rd out of 12. This was the first match with the new wall/barrier system that the NTXLF folks put together. Great stuff! The new barriers were really nice

  • If You Carry, Carry

    If You Carry, Carry

    Those who wish to responsibly protect themselves and choose to abide by the law end up jumping through a series of hoops that lead to a concealed-carry license. But forget that morally irrelevant document for a moment and let’s dwell on the responsibility part. If you are to be a responsible citizen and choose to

  • Six Months, 14,000 Rounds, Zero Malfunctions

    Six Months, 14,000 Rounds, Zero Malfunctions

    I’ve had my Glock 19 Gen4 for exactly 6 months now. I checked my shooting records today and see that I’ve shot 14,020 rounds through it so far, with not a single malfunction. I did have a mild issue after I replaced the recoil spring with too-light a spring (caused a slight delay going back

  • On Down The Path

    On Down The Path

    This site is called Gun Path, and named so because it’s about my trip along the path from incompetence toward competence. Not there yet. I’ll bet, and I sincerely hope, however, that I’m in good company here; working hard to cultivate skill and understanding while trying to be honest about flaws, bad habits, and failures.

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Jun,2014

3 Articles

Andy Shooting

June NTXLF Steel Match

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Yesterday I competed in the North Texas Lead Farmers steel match. This was my third of fourth time to compete in the Intermediate division and I placed 3rd out of 12. This was the first match with the new wall/barrier system that the NTXLF folks put together. Great stuff! The new barriers were really nice

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Everyday Carry

If You Carry, Carry

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Those who wish to responsibly protect themselves and choose to abide by the law end up jumping through a series of hoops that lead to a concealed-carry license. But forget that morally irrelevant document for a moment and let’s dwell on the responsibility part. If you are to be a responsible citizen and choose to

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Andy shooting the Glock 19

Six Months, 14,000 Rounds, Zero Malfunctions

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I’ve had my Glock 19 Gen4 for exactly 6 months now. I checked my shooting records today and see that I’ve shot 14,020 rounds through it so far, with not a single malfunction. I did have a mild issue after I replaced the recoil spring with too-light a spring (caused a slight delay going back

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May,2014

5 Articles

fifty shots

On Down The Path

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This site is called Gun Path, and named so because it’s about my trip along the path from incompetence toward competence. Not there yet. I’ll bet, and I sincerely hope, however, that I’m in good company here; working hard to cultivate skill and understanding while trying to be honest about flaws, bad habits, and failures.

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sigarpistol

AR Pistol Pr0n

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Took a break during training today to capture a couple of images of my Sig Sauer AR pistol. Because gun pr0n. As I mentioned before, It Is My Very Favorite Gun™.

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My name is Andy Rutledge and this is a chronicle of my ongoing firearms education and training as a competent and responsible citizen. I share these articles and videos in hopes that others on the gun path might enjoy and maybe even learn from them.

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