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kosh79

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  1. Shoot and shoot alot not just matches go out and practice. Dryfire is good to fix an issue youre seeing in live fire. It is not a replacement for live fire practice. Drills drills and more drills the crap ya see in classifiers is basic gun handling and fast accurate shooting. 


  2. so what you're saying is holes = a shorter barrel which is going to require more powder to make major?

    Well no kidding you don't say. Yes that statement is correct but what is the reason there are popples then? Is it to enhance the comps? Maybe improve gas flow? Soften the pulse? You tell me since not all barrels and comps are awesome.


  3. If recommend 38s over 9mm all day everyday and then some. The 9mm is a very snappy major pf with some ok powders. There are a lot more powder that will utilize a comp better in 38. 38 is far superior to 9 major in everyway except brass cost. And you can still find decent deals on 38. the trade off for cheap brass is not worth it in my opinion.


  4. Alright last match was still 5 misses which for a new shooter isn't to bad at all.....

    What were the procedurals?

    And on average you are about 5 seconds off the top shooter/ stage..............

    You shot 140 something A 18c 5d

    This match is telling me stop missing......... It's probably rushed shots you are accurate enough to maybe sacrifice accuracy for speed a touch.

    Go out to the range and learn what you're doin during recoil.

    Again drills drills drills!!!!!!


  5. Well..... Lets see on avg per stage you're shooting about 15-20 seconds slower than the top shooter in production and you have a bazillion misses with several 0 pt stages

    What do you honestly think you need to work on?

    Your accuracy isn't good enough to shoot faster

    And your too slow for a points jump over the other shooters.

    You need to work on fundamentals of pistol shooting maybe go to the range run a few simple drills see what you need to work on. Like run the bill drill, Blake drill and so on.

    Another huge downfall is you're using a g19.

    It's purpose is for what and was designed for what. I promise ya it wasn't to compete in uspsa.


  6. Man I have slacked off on this thing.

    Since last November I have shot 4 major matches

    Fl Open DQ!!!!

    Area 6 Championship 4th A, 27th Open

    Sc Sectional. 2nd A, 11th Open

    Nationals. 2nd A, 40th Open

    Still an A class shooter at 82%, lets see what happens this year!!!!


  7. Both have thei advantages and disadvantages

    Most notably the recoil is different and the pulse of the shot feel completely different.

    The availability of components vary depending on powders and brass

    Try them both out before you make a decision the 9 has a snappier feel to it that 38 but with right setups both are good all depends on your preferences.

    38 super brass is notably harder to get than 9 brass but you can still manage. Powders are another issue for both.

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