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    Eric Allegree

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Finally read the FAQs

Finally read the FAQs (3/11)

  1. So if it is consistent at PF 158 out of a 4.6”, I would assume a 5” barrel would put you over into major.
  2. Little bunny foo foo as I put my kids to bed. It might actually be worse than the stupid shark song.
  3. I own one but with the lack of market support for things such as mags and holsters, it makes it hard to use for competition. It is a great range gun and for me, that is all I use it for at the moment.
  4. Really nice pictures. Thanks for sharing them.
  5. I first started with TT in my prs rifle and quickly picked up an AR trigger when I was able to. I use geissele triggers at work and I much prefer the TT triggers.
  6. I tried the FSS and never could get comfortable with it. I eventually switched back out for the stock trigger till I get a chance to find something I like better.
  7. The PB&Js seem to be the consensus. I like the idea of packing some fruit into a cooler or lunch box to keep it cold. I generally dink some sort of high protein drink in the mornings to get me going so I know the breakfast part is pretty well taken care of. Again, thank you everyone for your input.
  8. Thanks for all the replies. I should plan on bringing my own food my next match and try it.
  9. I always have a hard time getting my head back in the game after taking a lunch break, especially at major matches. I have tried going to the safe areas and doing a little grip and draw as well as dry fire. What does everybody else do to regain focus after eating lunch and taking a break?
  10. Everybody slaps the trigger. The key is to slap, press, pull, yank, whatever you want to call it with out disrupting the sights. Rob Leatham I think said it best in this video.
  11. I don’t think it is a big deal that you can remember all your sight pictures during a stage. I would suggesting thinking about if you remember any bad shot calls and then confirming with the round placements on the targets. Trying to remember specific sight pictures, stage plans and everything else is a lot to think about.
  12. Do you have any plans on using a suppressor in the future as that might change the answers?
  13. From the videos posted, it looks like you drop your pistol down to do a reload. For reloads, I generally teach my recruits to keep the gun up in front of the face. Partially a tactical decision for a police officer but it also allows for less travel of the gun from eye line (ultimately where the gun is going to end up). Also I teach the reload with the magazine first. Pull the magazine up out of the pouch and move it up to meet your eye line. Along that path is where you want your pistol to be waiting for the magazine. As far as when I shot USPSA, I tried to plan my reloads in a way that I could reload during movement as much as possible.
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