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    Jeremiah Deneski

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  1. There's a reason the range command is "IF Finished, ULSC..." and not "You ARE finished, ULSC..."
  2. Placeholder for updates. Will be using this again for performance analysis. Much has changed since 8/18. 6 weeks to A5.
  3. Long delayed update. Am finding that with squeezing DF, PT, live fire, matches, reloading etc into every available moment and not short my family or my career too badly, I just dont have time to screw around on the internet. I should make updating this a minor priority, especially as I head into the last 12 weeks pre-nationals. May- Buckeye was an unmitigated disaster for me. I was plagued with enough ammo issues it was causing multiple jams each stage, some taking 5-10 seconds to clear. I let the ammo affect the rest of my performance, moping through stages. debated leaving at l
  4. Gentlemen, I greatly appreciate the feedback so far. A few additional details- I have managed to develop a match mode, but its not as consistent as it should be. I will focus on getting it fully fleshed out. I have been looking hard at why my overall standings sit where they do. Sometimes its scoring (generally when I let my match mode fail), but primarily its time. I would be sitting %20-25 higher in almost every match if I were to trim out the excess time. Video has been beneficial in identifying problems, and the biggest one (of many) is movement. Right behind t
  5. hitting Andersons first 12 drills daily, setting a 5 min timer for each. Confidence is improving, erasing the old bad mag change juju PT is progressing, will alternate run and lift ways until june 1 been working andersons or stoegers movement drills once daily on weekdays for an hour in the evenings by doing DF at the range and "confirming" w live fire.. enter the box last night, getting a good feel for shooting when that first foot touches. I was doing it to establish live fire times and tweak df, but its really working for me as drills on their own.
  6. I debated hard before deciding to post this. This is going to be a very (intentionally) open ended request. I will be shooting production nats in October (single stack). My sole shooting goal until then is to be the best I can when I step on the line at that first stage. Not to be "not last", not to "be competitive", but to be the best I can be. This not not meant to be a soft goal for a participation trophy, I mean it literally. I am what most would consider an "average" shooter, middle age, starting my second year in USPSA, shot a few majors, and at a point where I kno
  7. I suspected and I'm totally ok with that. I figure if I have a lack of focus, I'd rather it be on my own shooting than on other peoples safety. I can live with a mike. Certainly gives one a new appreciation for those that have been RO'ing the matches I've been shooting, thats for sure...
  8. I had to google it... From a 45yo with corrective lenses, that looks really compelling. I may make one and try it for a few weeks.
  9. In major? No way. Alpha/Charlie on a target is %90 If you're shooting %90 and doing everything else as fast as humanly possible, you're good.
  10. Dawg valley 5/12- good match, great stages, very concerned about some 180 traps. shot my match level, identified issues, targeted them for practice. cant ask for more. RO'd the squad, spent more time worrying about that than stage memorization but that's fine. If I cant currently separate shooting/RO'ing, I'd rather give %100 to RO duties. Either way, good match. Monday shoot, Thursday practice, Buckeye 5/25-26. DF/Live fire: Been working hard on side to side and front to back movement. finally "get" leaning and leaving on one foot as the shot breaks. also
  11. Pocket Pro II arrived yesterday from Stoeger. Amazing fast shipping. so far, I like it. in addition to the features I wanted, I found the beep volume is adjustable, and the settings are super super easy to navigate and set. very happy so far.
  12. Oxford 5/6. Sunny, temps from 60-80, dry ground/no mud 99A, 2B, 33C, 5D, 1M/1NS 121.38 SEC, 57% (of pcc gm) great squad, good tips from good shooters. squadding with the highest level shooters I can manage to find is paying off. 1 disappointing stage, automatically went for a makeup shot I didn't really need and required an additional mag change at the end costing time. Speed continues to be the big issue with a solid 20 sec that could have been shaved (5 sec/stage average) . Wasn't feeling confident on accuracy early, but it shaped up. Noticed that I'm hitting my
  13. good stuff guys thanks. Seems a split between the PP2 (can emulate a PP if desired and has longer delay, more options) and Pact club. controls are just a matter of practice. The recent bad reviews for the MKIV (and related customer service) makes me lean towards the PP2. Thanks for the feedback
  14. Awesome Sarge, thanks. are the pact and PPII pretty compatible as far as par time mode?
  15. PT taking a backseat, need to prioritize my days and be 'all in' when I'm there. Really need to up weights and really really need to put the time into running. letting too much slide. Been discussing with several others successful in their respective endeavors, maybe I can get a spark. Been hitting the DF daily, working on par times on basics. shooting either in practice or matches 3x week. still suffering from wanting to "shoot fast" and not shoot well (and do everything else fast. Its an aggravating problem, especially since I feel like I should be past it. Shot "the heads" drill fo
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