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BLACK FRIDAY SPECIALS AT CCGW:

It's that time of year again, when a young man's thoughts turn to Retail Therapy.  To get you in the mood for Christmas shopping for family and friends, let's get you a gift for yourself!

This year, we have several great deals for you:

     - New Glock 22C's in .40 S&W with Night Sights and 3 mags.  These guns should cost over $600.  For Black Friday, let's get them out of here at $475 each!

     - Remington Handguns:  RP-9's for 349.95, R-1 1911 Enhanced in Stainless $799.95, and R-1 Limited in 9 or 40 for $979.95.  Those are great prices everyday, but add in Remington's $100 Consumer Rebate and you've got a phenomenal deal!

     - Remington Long Guns:  700 SPS bolt-action rifles in Stainless $569.95 to $599.95, depending on caliber.  Available in .223, .308 Win, .300 RUM, 7-08, and .243.  (These prices are under normal wholesale.)  Blued versions are available for approximately $50 less.

     - CCGW PCC's:  Base model 16-inch gun suitable for USPSA or 3-Gun competition.  Take $100 off and get one for only $850!


More Drills:

When practicing, I like to work with simple drills that isolate certain skillsets that I want to work on.  Rather than setting up "stages" and shooting them over and over, I'll set up something quick and fast.

One of my favorite drills that I've discovered recently is the "Nine Bullet Drill".  The shooter starts facing three closely-spaced side-by-side USPSA or IDPA targets at "bad breath distance" (about 1.5 to 2 yards away).  On signal, the shooter gives one center mass shot to the first two targets, double taps the third target and then returns to the first two targets to give them one more each.  (This is called "Tactical Sequence" and ensures that each threat gets one bullet before anybody gets two.) The shooter then transitions to the Upper A/B Zone to give one shot on each.  A representative run for a Grand Master or Master would be good hits somewhere in the vicinity of 2.5 seconds for the nine shots.  "Mere mortals" should be doing this clean in 3.5 seconds or so.

The most common thing that we see on this drill is "trigger freeze".  The shooter has such a tight grip on the gun (attempting to mitigate muzzle flip) that his trigger finger is not free to move.  That wreaks havoc on the run.  If the shooter can maintain relatively relaxed hands, shooting a 2-something second run isn't that difficult.

Another drill that I am anxious to try comes from long-time USPSA  member and pioneer of the Glock Sport Shooting Foundation, Chris Edwards.  It's called the 3-50-7 Drill.  (Catchy name, huh? It just rolls off the tongue.)  This is a simulated Active Shooter scenario where the bad guy pauses to reload.  It is estimated that the average shooter takes 3 seconds to reload in real-world scenarios.  That gives us our "3" in the name.  A realistic distance to attempt a shot onto a bad guy with a rifle is 50 yards.  Distance is our friend in this scenario.  That gives us the "50" part. 

To execute this drill, the shooter starts from any position he chooses (prone, kneeling, standing barricade, for example).  On signal, the shooter has 3 seconds to deliver one accurate shot onto the USPSA or IDPA target.  Doesn't have to be an "A"-Zone hit; just "change his channel" and get him worried about his own survival. 

The "7" part of the name is the hard part: Execute this shot seven times in a row.


Specials:

Gun Cleaning Special:  Get the full-house, world-renowned CCGW cleaning job on your match guns, carry pieces, and hunting guns.  Most every gun will be only $25 each; complicated guns slightly higher.  (Glocks, M&Ps, 1911s/2011s, and the like are simple.  Benelli M-4s, piston-driven ARs, etc. are NOT.)  Turn-around time is typically less than a week.

We have finally decided to offer complete basic guns built on our Camp Creek Gunworks-branded Lower Receivers, in addition to the full-house competition guns that we've always offered.  We're calling these mil-spec guns the "Basic Defense" series.  They feature a 16-inch barrel with A2 flash hider, a flat-top upper receiver, free-float handguard, collapsible stock, mil-spec trigger, mil-spec pistol grip, and the Magpul MOE trigger guard.  Add a soft case and 30-round MagPul magazine.  Of course, like all CCGW products, they're backed by our "We'll make it right" warranty.  The price is only $749 plus tax. 

Speaking of AR's: we have some Noveske "Pig" compensators available.  We have two KX-5s in-stock and one used KX-3.  The KX-5 is the skinnier version of the original KX-3 and is available for $150 installed.  The used KX-3 is low-mileage and is available for $125 installed.  (The REALLY cool thing about the "Pig" is that, although it is not a "Suppressor", it does knock down a lot of the concussion from the .223/5.56 round that will bust an eardrum in confined spaces.  It ain't "silent" by any means, but you can definitely tell a difference.)

We have a 6-inch 2011 in-stock in .40 S&W.  It is built light, so it swings well from target to target.  The extra sight radius makes mid- and long-range shots EASY.  Only $2700

Until next time, See you on the Range!!
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