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I found it easiest to track arrays. What I mean is your stage plan includes planning to knock down all or only 10 steel in each array then reload to the next array. I stage plan how much steel is in each array and mentally hold on to misses to know when to leave and load. I found it insanely frustrating trying to count to 10 and continually ran the gun empty. Once you get this down you can start planning some standing reloads to run the stage clearing plan.
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I got a response back yesterday from Todd Pearson and this is what he said " Thanks Ralph. Our official policy is one year parts and labor, but I have not seen a case where we did not stand behind our product if it was something due to manufacturing. " Sounds good but I wish this was in writing. It sounds like issues are few and far between from all of the SAR threads I have read on multiple forums.
The last 3 gun match i went to, was as much track meet as shooting, and most of the shooters timed out in most of the stages. I am a middling 3 gunner and was able to finish most, but not all, of the stages only because i knew what targets to leave. It was almost a steel precision match with all 3 guns. I am not looking for super easy, but IMO if 180 seconds is not enough for the average person to shoot a stage maybe the stages are a little too much. I don't know that anyone at the match finished every stage and some of them are pretty good shooters.
dstein replied to dstein's topic in Match Announcements - Pistol Only - USPSA, IPSC & Misc.Great! Thank you.
It’s not. And I wouldn’t know why you’d say something like that? a51193. I started in june 2004. I have well over 150 classifiers just in open. Slow learner yes, all day long, I’ll take that criticism. But to attack my character? Geez you must be a Doodie. And my record shows I shot a solid 2-4 classifiers per month about April till October, or whatever the months for I know well over 8 -10 years. Now i I haven’t looked it all up, but I’m confident in the numbers I cited and for you to say different? Geez. Shooting took a back seat when the Wife went to nursing school and money got tight. I haven’t shot but a handful of matches a year since. But it I still love the sport and think about it. I kinda quit coming to forums because of shenanigans like you just pulled. Seems maybe even Enos isn’t the place if they allow dregs like you.
Ugh. No. VV powders are very much on the temperature stable side of reloading powders. In other threads on this very forum, people have discussed this, such as the following https://forums.brianenos.com/topic/191646-temp-sensitivity-n320/ where it's mentioned that "The VV manual states their powders have a 1% velocity increase and 3% case pressure increase with each 18 degree (f) temperature increase." So, you'll need to qualify your statement with more data as many of us have experience with it over reasonably wide temperature spreads and have seen (very) good stability. I have chrono results from the low 40's to 100 and the numbers are within the SD variability from batch to batch (.40S&W major loads).
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