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About obsessiveshooter

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    Calls Shots
  • Birthday 12/25/1977

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    Evergreen CO
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    I would shoot every match if I could, but with a wife and kids I only shoot 2-3 matches a month. I'm an A class Limited shooter, shooting a CZ TS. When I'm out with the family we are either skiing, hiking, or going to a local skatepark. I'm rleightonc on instagram.
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    Leighton Cash

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  1. What's more practical than learning to shoot accurately fast, in all sorts of positions? That's not necessarily tactical, but I do think that is practical. We definitely should not be pretending to be Tactical, and fortunately no one is pretending to be. Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  2. I think it's the opposite. People stop caring about classification when they start getting in the running for a good overall division finish. They are caring about a division win instead of a class win. That is usually guys that are shooting at a master level, give or take. Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  3. A half measure would be you drop a classification if your actual percentage is 2 classes below your highest for a given period of time, say 3 years, and then you only drop 1 class. But, I'd say this isnt a real problem. People slow down with age but they keep their fundamentals for the most part. In the right course of fire, they will shoot like their class. A bigger problem in the classification system is the need to risk zeroing the stage in order to reach M and GM, which, if you want to finish well in local matches, becomes a big sacrifice potentially. Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  4. All these posts are very encouraging. It's good to know there are cheaper options that are good ones. Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  5. In the effort to get my 13 & 14 yrs old boys involved in USPSA with me, I'm considering a PCC for them since they show far more interest in that than a pistol. I wouldn't need the lightest, most accurate anything. I would want the equivalent of a used G17 for production: reliable and cheap. It wouldn't get shot more than a couple thousand rounds a year. The keltec sub2k, ruger pc carbine and the PSA AK come to mind. I've seen a hundred match-ending issues with an AR based PCC, so I'm simply not interested in that platform. What advice do you have? Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  6. If you are interested in selling that CZ extended safety you removed, please PM me. I have a project pistol I'd love to get one on. Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  7. Give your rubber grips the silicon carbide treatment. It definitely lacks the bling factor, but I think CZ nailed it on the contours and the silicon carbide makes them perfect for me at least. Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  8. OP: Keep telling yourself that until you can afford to get something better! I shot a Glock for a while in Limited, and when I switched to a steel framed pistol with an incredible trigger it made an immediate difference. Of course you can make GM with your Glock, 2 guys in my area did it. But the truth is, some pistols really are better than others for what we do. I hear "It's the indian, not the arrow" a lot, but do people realize how much time archers spend selecting and testing their arrows?
  9. I really dig this, and would look at this first if my cz TS were to die. Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  10. I've been shooting for about 4 years and I've never once shot a stage with a cooper tunnel, and only a few times can I remember moving 30+ yards. I'm 41 and I think of myself as among the younger set, although that is changing. I like physical stages but I totally get the complaint that it becomes less of a shooting skill test. If an athletic B class shooter can win the stage, then i think it was poorly designed. Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  11. I had the adjustable rear on my TS and I don't use buffers. It never broke in maybe 20k rounds. But, I had filed the notch wider to make it work better with the width of front sight that CZC recommended, which was way too wide. I got a new narrower front sight and it was swimming in that notch. It wrecked my accuracy at a major match. So I put the big fixed rear sight back on and filed it down until it was hitting POA/POI. And I have a much smaller notch now, just how I want it. Having an Adjustable rear was nice but it is also pretty sweet to have something you know will never ever fail.
  12. Can you explain the y axis for statistics dummies like me? Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  13. I would be far more curious to see how many people are in each class based on their current actual percentage, not on something they achieved potentially 10 years ago. Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  14. The Cameo complex by Grand Junction would be perfect. *Tons of hotels in Grand Junction. *The range itself is incredible and brand new. * The views all around from the range are absolutely gorgeous. *Weather is predictable and ideal. *It is located more central in the U.S.. *It's a location worth staying an extra couple days to drive around and see Grand Mesa, etc. Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  15. So which trigger would increase the reach the most? I'd love to do that on my pistol. Big hands, long fingers. Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
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