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    Finally read the FAQs
  • Birthday 11/30/1951

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    Stephen H. Peterson

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  1. You might also like the Make Ready podcast with Tim Herron, Eric Steiner and Kenny Platt. Very funny but also useful. My question would be: how often do you dryfire and how purposeful is it?
  2. I just bought 1000 124gr .356 from Galant bullets. I didn't like the old profile but the new profile works great. They have 10% of through the 7th. Code 1776.
  3. Welcome, what do you shoot and where?
  4. Keep shooting, keep practicing but have you learned to call your shots yet? If not, then start there.
  5. I couldn't find the burn rate either. I did find a comment somewhere that said it was supposed to sub for VV N320.
  6. Thanks for the info. Where does Sport Pistol fit on this chart?
  7. What's the difference between 310 and 320? Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk
  8. Thanks for the input. I'm shooting 180 grain blue bullets at 1.14. With the 1 cent hazmat from Brownells I wanted to get away from Titegroup. Everything I read lead me to these two powders. Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk
  9. Definitely something not right here. I have two TS (9 and 40). The 40 groups 2 inches offhand at 10 yds, half that off a rest. I'm shooting 4.7 Titegroup, 180 Blue bullets at 1.14. The 9mm does even better. I agree with the comment about the 10X bushing.
  10. These are the things I worked on before my first match: Practice the load and make ready at home during dry and live fire (if you haven't already). Same thing for unload and show clear. Do some moves and and reloads being hyper-conscious of where your trigger finger is. This last one needs to be practiced multiple times until it is ingrained in your technique. And last, where is the 180 at all times. Just my 2c worth.
  11. After not shooting competitively for some 30 years, I am working on this. I have a card on my bag that says: Grip the gun, see the sights. Eventually I hope to eliminate one of these
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