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    Beyond it All
  • Birthday 03/27/1968

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    Florida
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    USPSA, Steel Challenge, Multigun, 3Gun, Hunting & Fishing
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    Michael Scott

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    Reggie Oliver

    Sorry for your loss!
  2. 8/15/18 Dry fire training to complete today. · Outer Limits · .80 par time from low ready to plate #1 · .35 transition from plate #1 to plate #3 1.15 par time (T1) · .35 transition from plate #2 to plate #4 3.20 par time (T2) · .35 transition from plate #4 to plate #5 3.55 par time (T3) · .45 transition from plate #5 to stop plate 4.0 par time (T4) I decided to work on Outer Limits tonight. I’m not really sure it was such a good idea. I had trouble with my footing and my transitions from box to box. Yes, the rain and wet grass played a variable, but I only really felt comfortable for a few repetitions. The first two par times went well. I was calling my shots nicely. My trouble started on my first transition from box a to box b (T2). My plant foot gave out and I slipped slightly throwing off my rhythm. The next five repetitions I moved slower as I was ensuring I had solid footing. My entry into the box was also sloppy. I was standing too erect and the gun was bouncing. I managed to make only about 2 or 3 of the 4.0 second par time. The layoff definitely showed on this stage tonight. I need to work on this stage again really soon. I was not happy with my training tonight.
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    Animated Videos for Dry Fire

    Great for dry fire practice! Thanks for sharing Can the star spin the other way? The way I shoot it, it spins the opposite direction of the video
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    Best drill for a newbie

    Dot torture dot-torture-target.pdf
  5. 8/14/18 Dry fire training to complete today. · Showdown · .80 par time from low ready to plate #1 · .35 transition from plate #1 to plate #3 1.08 par time (T1) · .35 transition from plate #2 to plate #4 1.43 par time (T2) · .35 transition from plate #4 to plate #5 1.78 par time (T3) · .45 transition from plate #5 to stop plate 2.13 par time (T4) I worked on showdown left first. I worked the pyramid until I got to T3. I actually was able to shoot the entire stage without the last transition. My practice session ended up being 1.78 seconds and not 2.13. After I worked showdown left, I jumped right into showdown right and the 1.78 par time. After my layoff, I’m not seeing any major issues with my times. I’m mostly seeing poor dot placement on the plates.
  6. excellent job on the magwell. What buffer and spring are you running?
  7. 8/13/18 Dry fire training to complete today. · Pendulum · .75 par time from low ready to plate #1 · .40 transition from plate #1 to plate #3 1.15 par time (T1) · .45 transition from plate #2 to plate #4 1.60 par time (T2) · .45 transition from plate #4 to plate #5 2.05 par time (T3) · .55 transition from plate #5 to stop plate 2.60 par time (T4) · Speed Option · .75 par time from low ready to plate #1 · .38 transition from plate #1 to plate #3 1.13 par time (T1) · .50 transition from plate #2 to plate #4 1.63 par time (T2) · .50 transition from plate #4 to plate #5 2.13 par time (T3) · .50 transition from plate #5 to stop plate 2.63 par time (T4) · .50 transition from plate #5 to stop plate 2.63 par time (T4) Well, I’m back in the saddle again! I completed my first dry fire session in a very long time. I grabbed the first two banners and got at it. I was surprised that I really didn’t lose any of my speed and my transitions were relatively smooth. I only had a problem breaking the shot early on several of the plates. I know my fundamentals were sound. I need to get some more reps under my belt before I try and push the times. Overall, I’m happy with my performance after my layoff. I actually haven’t touched a gun in nearly a month. Later this week, I’ll practice with my other PCC since I have a USPSA match Saturday.
  8. Not surprised they are sold out! The BCG by itself is normally $149.
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    PCC allowed in USPSA Rifle Match?

    Frostproof has PCC palozza a stand alone PCC match. I'm just better with a PCC than a pistol.
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    PCC allowed in USPSA Rifle Match?

    I've seen rifle shots out to 400 yards at Frostproof which uses USPSA multigun rules. Try that with PCC! I'll stick with my pcc for pistol matches and my 223 for multigun.
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    local club says I can't shoot Appendix.

    Steel Challenge has its own set of rules. Nothing I read says you can't, but why wold you? It's slower than OWB 3.1 Holsters: In general, holsters shall be mounted at the waist, must cover the trigger, and must safely hold/retain the gun. All Centerfire firearms must be appropriate for holster use. Female competitors are permitted to wear a belt, holster and allied equipment at hip level. 3.1.1 Rimfire competition does not involve the use of a holster. It is permissible for a Rimfire pistol to be transported between stages in a holster. Either a gun case or a holster must be used for transport. 3.1.2 Division-specific holster restrictions may apply. See appendix J1 through J9 for division-specific information. 3.1.3 Due to the unique nature of the Steel Challenge, drawing from concealment is not allowed.
  12. I like the shoe and prefer it over the flat trigger. The shoe is in the lowest position on the trigger. I like it because it allows me to put my finger on the trigger consistently and quickly.
  13. I'm 6'5" with long extremities. I keep the stock all the way out. I keep my support hand all the way out on the handguard and my arm is still bent. I use the leverage to pull the gun into my shoulder minimizing dot bounce and felt recoil.
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    Dry Fire

    Ben Stoeger's book Dryfire Reloaded
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