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koideath

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    Brandon Franklin

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  1. I had a limited style holster for a while. I found the best technique for me was the sweep draw.
  2. Dry fire is extremely important almost more important than live fire just because it's safer and cheaper. Haha. I shot maybe 150 rounds 2 weeks before the Virginia state idpa championship with hours of dry fire though and took 1st in ESP Expert.
  3. I use a CZ SP-01 shadow for all my matches. I get 1st overall most of the time in 3-gun, USPSA, IDPA and steel challenge. Used it at the southeastern 3-gun regional this year and hung with the best of them on pistol.
  4. I shot a 3-gun match that required shooters to run down a hill while it was raining. Had a bunch of people fall. I ended up getting 1st because I took the rain into consideration and slowed down a bit.
  5. If you do go fiber optic then don't forget to keep it clean and to always keep extra fiber and a lighter in your bag
  6. My thoughts e This is always a good option to consider, and particularly good advice for a novice shooter. It's almost as fast as doing it on the move and easier than sticking the load on the move while minding the 180. My thought exactly. I do it mainly when I realize that I didn't take into account a reload going right to left in my stage walk through.
  7. What problems are the grip causing? Are your splits slower? Are you shooting to a specific direction compared to non-1911 pistols? Thanks.
  8. I shoot because I enjoy bettering myself. The gains I achieve are quick and satisfying. It keeps me coming back for more.
  9. I normally place them in the order that I am going to shoot them as well. I use and ELS belt and will throw an old ap customs 4x4 with extra slugs in case I need an extra.
  10. Here is a drill I do a lot. Another one I like is using a texas star and its 2 shots on the bottom plates, throw a quad, and finish the texas star. Also shooting the plate rack while moving from one position to another.
  11. For my CZ SP01 Shadow I replicate what I would be doing in a real match. I draw first shot DA and then after that I don't let the trigger out I keep it held back roughly in the reset area. I think it has done wonders for me. I know a lot of guys that just cycle the DA I think this develops bad muscle memory. Your finger is going to expect to be doing a long hard pull everytime and thats just not how it is with DA/SA
  12. For my CZ SP01 Shadow I replicate what I would be doing in a real match. I draw first shot DA and then after that I don't let the trigger out I keep it held back roughly in the reset area. I think it has done wonders for me. I know a lot of guys that just cycle the DA I think this develops bad muscle memory. Your finger is going to expect to be doing a long hard pull everytime and thats just not how it is with DA/SA
  13. Get someone to video you at your matches. That has really helped me. I can see where my hiccups are and then work on those in dry fire sessions or live fire.
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