During the last two years, there have been several articles published promoting various writers’ views on the so-called “Tactical Reload.” A few decry the need for it, while others promote “their” versions of it, claiming them to be “best.” However, as the early proponents of the Tactical Reload, I’ve found that in every single instance when its legitimacy was questioned, those doing so had missed its point entirely. Of those who claim to have “invented a better way,” I found an even more amusing situation; they’ve unwittingly re-invented the wheel.
Consider a situation where the shooter, having successfully engaged one or more targets (which were at that point neutralized and no longer a threat), found himself standing with his weapon at ready, surveying the area.
During the last two years, there have been several articles published promoting various writers’…
by Wiley Clapp / Dec 10, 2008