Bruce Gray is a well-known gunsmith and competitive shooter who has been involved in the firearms industry for over 40 years. He is known for his expertise in building high-performance custom firearms and has worked with many law enforcement and military agencies to develop custom firearms for their needs.
Gray’s interest in firearms began in his early teens when he started shooting with his father. He later went on to serve in the United States Army and worked as a police officer in California. During this time, he became increasingly interested in firearms and began tinkering with his own guns, eventually leading him to pursue a career as a gunsmith.
Gray has worked with a number of firearms manufacturers over the years, including Kimber, Springfield Armory, and Sig Sauer. He is perhaps best known for his work on 1911-style pistols, which he has customized for competitive shooters, law enforcement agencies, and military units. He is also known for his work on the Sig Sauer P320, which he has modified for competition use.
In addition to his work as a gunsmith, Gray is a highly accomplished competitive shooter. He has won numerous national and international shooting competitions, including the Steel Challenge, the USPSA Open Nationals, and the IPSC World Shoot. He is also a sought-after instructor and has trained law enforcement officers and military personnel in the use of firearms.
Gray continues to be active in the firearms industry and remains a respected figure in the competitive shooting community. He is known for his attention to detail and his commitment to providing high-quality custom firearms that meet the needs of his clients.
In this episode, Bruce talks about:
–How he tested the P320 for “out of battery” shooting and what his results were.
–What he recommends is the best spring set for shooting the P320.
–How he is incorporating new training methods to rethink his shooting.
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