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  1. I usually use a hiperfire trigger. I live by it and it so do hundreds of shooters. I plan on going back to hiperfire soon.
  2. XiaoYing_Video_1567486710247.mp4
  3. Trigger freeze is a real thing unfortunately. I have encountered it numerous times in training and in the match. That is why I love the hiperfire. Im going to upload a footage of where it actually bothered me. You could see that I actually had to go back and renegage mt follow up shot. A lot of people who have never felt it will tell you youre just not letting the trigger reset properly... You can actually simulate it in the cmc and the timney's... Just rapid fire it and you will get a hiccup. The pcc wont be able to keep the cadence you set it out to.
  4. Thank you helping me connect with him!
  5. I took away so much from this session that I was blown away. He broke my fundamentals down from my draw to my stance. And I thought I knew a lot until he showed me where I was lacking..but he showed me how I can get there by observing the analytics. I never trained and practiced by reading data, I always went off how I felt. "That draw felt slow. The transitions was slow..." But your time says otherwise. And this is evident when you watch your timer. One of the highlights was one drill we did. We were trying to get my draw and 1shot under a second. With both eyes open, I would clock in a 1.2 ish. It was pretty frustrating. Fast forward after Nick's instruction. I shot a .97 first shot into upper body a zone...... With eyes closed. Mind blown. Overall, I highly recommend Nick as he taylors the session towards your weaknesses. I sent him videos of some matches prior to the course and he goes from there. Now time to do the homework! Hoping to work with Max soon!
  6. im currently in the process of taking a training session with him. He is a busy man to track and book but i know he will be worth it!
  7. One of my highlights of this year so far. Got to do a personal session with Nick of Secret Weapon Training. Aside from the fact that he is one of the few 8 Division GMs in the sports, his teaching style was phenomenal.. I was honored to pick his brain that possessed 20 years worth of shooting. I took away so much from this session that I was blown away. He broke my fundamentals down from my draw to my stance. And I thought I knew a lot until he showed me where I was lacking..but he showed me how I can get there by observing the analytics. I never trained and practiced by reading data, I always went off how I felt. "That draw felt slow. The transitions was slow..." But your time says otherwise. And this is evident when you watch your timer. One of the highlights was one drill we did. We were trying to get my draw and 1shot under a second. With both eyes open, I would clock in a 1.2 ish. It was pretty frustrating. Fast forward after Nick's instruction. I shot a .97 first shot into upper body a zone...... With eyes closed. Mind blown. Overall, I highly recommend Nick as he taylors the session towards your weaknesses. I sent him videos of some matches prior to the course and he goes from there. Now time to do the homework!
  8. That is unfortunate. Its crazy to see how much it thrives over in Phoenix and how much it slowed down in Tucson. I was told the next Uspsa match is in September 8. I would still like to shoot up in Rio!
  9. Do you have a better contact for him? I tried to email the secret weapon training but I have not gotten a response. Please pm me if you do
  10. As per the last video, I am now back to pcc. I was digging open up until all the malfunctions, ammo, etc started happening. I liked the challenge of making it work. But, I spent too much time fixing something other than shooting it. It all worked out though. Someone offered to trade 2 guns for my open. Its was SPS Pantera and a custom built pcc. I liked the pcc but I also did not like the fact fhat it was not for me. I sold it to a buddy who eas just starting out. This left me enough money to finally get the Tron I have been eyeing on! One of the best purchases ever! I will definitely be doing a review on it. Have not shot in a match but I have brought it to train. Besides the timney pcc trigger that came with it, everything else was perfect. I was getting trigger freeze as I tried to go faster. Still getting to know it. But I am so in love with this machinery
  11. Just got addicted to speed.
  12. So there is a Proam style match in Pima this sunday and Im trying to go.
  13. This is the video Bwillis was talking about. Its all in the reaction. Ive been meaning to take a formal class but something always pops up. For example, TPC was hosting a pcc course in Vegas but the military sent me to Arizona for a little bit. Im now considering driving up to St George for a private course when I get back. Anyone else know of any other awesome instructors for PCC? Im temprorarily in Tucson for a month and have been considering Nick Saiti for some training. He is in Pheonix and I brought my tron with me. Anyone heard of hin and his "secret weapon training"?
  14. Haha, thanks man. So when I opened it up, I was surprised to find the Timney Pcc trigger in it. I am definitely going back to hiperfire. While I was breaking her in and getting to know it, I felt a lot of trigger freeze. Not sure what that was about. I know you had issues with the blitzkrieg buffer, are you still using it? Cant wait take a class soon!
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