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SCTaylor

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About SCTaylor

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    Calls Shots
  • Birthday September 27

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    Male
  • Location
    Houston by God Texas!
  • Interests
    Loving, living, and shooting with my wife.

    WITH, not at!
  • Real Name
    Scott Taylor

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  1. Which Autodrive for Super 1050?

    Where would one find the motor and control? And I'm assuming the 3-phase is not in reference to the power requirement, otherwise nearly all homes wouldn't support it.
  2. WST users anyone? (9mm Prod)

    Point of reference, you're at a higher latitude than Rowdy... I really like WST, still have 4lbs but wont' use it for match ammo due to the temperature swings. It'll get burned up for practice ammo soon enough though.
  3. MAG Release Ext.

    Me likey! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Use Ship My Gun.com. It's a sister company of Buds. Cost is about $50 including $1k worth of insurance to overnight. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Glen Campbell

    Galveston will miss him! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Scott's Road to USPSA Success

    Thanks Crash. I'm working in the garage, have basically 18' x 18' open space. I'm ordering a dozen or so 1/6 size targets to simulate more distance. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Scott's Road to USPSA Success

    Dry fire - 8/8/17 Distance change up - 10 yard open, 15 yard plate. 2.0 par. Snap eyes hard and pay attention to trigger pull straight to rear. Work on grip at draw consistency. Shooting while moving - 10 yard open - left and right - get low and move aggressively. Have to confirm in live fire sight picture versus hits. Reloads - .9 par. Make sure to get proper grip on magazine. Hold magazine in hand until started to magwell, do not tea-cup into gun. When I missed, it was a- bad grip b- tea cup into magwell/gun. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. I've got almost 1k rounds shot in my 9mm Springfield RO and 500 in the 45 RO without issue. I'll get trigger jobs done eventually but for now with just a lighter recoil spring & hammer spring, Dawon FO front sight & Dawson Ice magwells, they are running verruh well. Point is, unless you really want to tweak on them, Range Officers are good to go with minimal fiddling.
  9. Alliant Sport Pistol Load Data

    Thanks for posting. That's stupid low es and sd. Also interesting to see it's still a pretty fast powder. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. why are S&B primers so cheap ?

    That's surprising, I've run 5k? On my 650 with no issue. But they do require a firm seating, especially in tight primer pockets. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Scott's Road to USPSA Success

    Good day today. Shot pretty well, moved, reloaded, and executed. A few things to work on, reloads and long targets. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. 9mm Load using Bayou 120gr TCG bullet

    Use 124 load data, backed off by about 20% to start. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. All I mean is, channeling Steve Anderson, we have one job to do once the timer sounds. Leave only acceptable shots on target. I prepare for the first stage the same as the last. Overall, the only difference is how comfortable I am with the gun going boom. Mental prep, walk through, gear checks, pre-run routine should all be the same. Your speed at which you perform the greatest isn't going to change on match day, so do not try to control speed.
  14. Scott's Road to USPSA Success

    Dry fire has been lacking a little bit lately, however, I’ve been making it to live fire quite a bit more. Live fire is giving me some serious increase in actual shooting skill as well as confidence. I’ve never shot “a lot” before in my life but in the month of July shot 800+ in training and a little under 200 in a match. To date for 2017 I’ve shot just under 5,000 rounds, by far the most ever. I feel more confident in gun handling, movements into / out of position, and breaking down a stage. Practice sessions in the month of July were setup with a focus on transitions and shooting sooner. Blake Drills Run at 7 yards Average total time – 2.07 Average transitions - .27 I’ve been working more on speed so my scores kind of sucked, average 2 alpha and 4 charlie. Later in the month, as the speed became “normal” I shot an average of 4 alpha and 2 charlie. Heads Ran at 10 yards Average total time – 4.38 Average transitions - .71 This is hard! I missed about 20% of the time pushing speed and only had about 30% alphas at this distance. It sure gave me some confidence to know I can quickly hit the heads, especially to know the correct point of aim for the head A zone. Front Sight Setup the classifier per the book, turned the outside targets into the shooter. Average total time for string 1 – 2.4 Average total time for string 2 – 2.15 Average target transitions - .31 Average hit factor for string 1 – 10.08 Average hit factor for string 2 – 11.9 Total average hit factor – 11.1 which equates to 83% for Single Stack. Would be an 87% in Production… I still have not hit my goal of high hit factor, running the strings in 2 seconds or under, or running clean strings. However, the improvement throughout the month went from an average HF of 9.1 to 11.1, roughly 20% improvement. Overall my improvement is substantial. I’m happy with the progress but will not quit pushing. I will start dry firing on the regular again to drive life fire improvement.
  15. Scott's Road to USPSA Success

    Triple 6 - 6.0 par time. Focused on rebuilding grip after reloads, firmed that up well. El Prez - 3.8 par time. Focused on consistent reloads and grip after load. I need to work on consistency of gun position for reload, it is varying by about 1-1.5" in space. That variance is causing issues hitting the magwell. slide lock reloads - 1.2 par time. Not something I've worked on much. Focus on the same reload process until rebuildIn grip, then hit slide lock lever with support thumb. Touched 1.0 a few times but not consistently.
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