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  • Birthday 09/19/1968

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    Alan Matthews

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  1. IPSC Nats is always stacked no matter your division. Only 2 shooters broke the top 20 not shooting with a dot, Niles & Ben. Shannon doesn’t mess around when it comes to National matches, IPSC and USPSA. Nothing that any of can’t do but doing it well at speed that’s another issue for another topic. Don’t be to hard on yourself, learn, improve and go get em next year. That’s what it’s all about. Good luck.
  2. That’s ridiculous too. It’s a National championship match and even having it happen one time is to many.
  3. What was the deal with some of the steel, was it old and shot out? Just curious.. tks
  4. Well, don’t play defense in our game so it’s all about how well we can shoot on that day. I do compare my scores and shooting to better shooters and when I can actually see what they're doing better I’ll watch and maybe video them. Then I add whatever it was to my practice along with my usually routine. I wonder how much it would change the way we think and shoot each stage if we had ea division shoot with the same class of shooters. Prod A shooters shoot with only Prod A shooters and so on through ea class then do each other divisions the same. That might be to much of a pain in the ass to actually try anyway.
  5. 20-25 yard bill drills and those dot drills. I mean whatever causes pressure for the shooter. Distance, time or both. You won’t consistently make the shots or the time if you don’t have good triggers control. Good luck.
  6. Mike Seeklander did a podcast with Eric G, I think that was one of his best and most interesting.
  7. The podcast quality is actually not that bad when you listen and compare them to some UFC podcast. When the UFC pods have guests you can’t understand jack. It’s sounds like the latest mumble-rap bs that’s out these days. SMDH
  8. Do range rules superseded the USPSA rule book at a USPSA event? Last time I read anything, it was USPSA rules only or don’t advertise an event as USPSA . I don’t thing this has changed but I want to double check, thanks
  9. I personally think most failed calibrations come from the first hit moving the popper some (not so it falls) and of course after the steel has moved it may fall with a .22 short. I have never seen a popper set on a level slab so squad after squad shooting it all day the calibration changes. I just wish we could get a reshoot if we have a full hit in the calibration zone but your rules are the same as mine and we will continue to win some and more likely lose most cal calls.
  10. When does this ever take place before an issue? Lol
  11. Thanks, I missed most of the 9.9’s Going back now to check if I missed it because it’s only available online and I swiped and skipped the entire page.
  12. You shoot the activator popper it does not fall but you have already transitioned to the other side of the course for a target the popper would activate, if I put a round where the activated target would be if activated, do I still get the fte penalty with the mikes? I am driving so I cannot proofread Thanks
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