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  1. I can't go back and edit the original posts, but Ben emailed me the rest of the setup demo videos, so here they all are. Setup B Setup C Setup D Setup E Setup F
  2. Setup F The targets are 10 feet from the front of the box. The front of the chair is set 3 feet directly up range of the back of the 3x3 shooting box. The back of the chair is facing directly up range (unlike the diagram). To use these par times, you must use 1/3rd scale targets. The distance relationship is changed if any other size is used. The targets should be spaced 2 feet apart, edge to edge. Movement Skills: 1) Start standing in the box with hands relaxed at sides. You must start with some part of both your feet touching a fault line. For example, both your big toes touching the fr
  3. Setup E The targets are 10 feet from the front of the box. The front of the chair is set directly next to the right side of the of the 3x3 shooting box. (see picture below) The back of the chair is facing directly to the right (unlike the diagram). To use these par times, you must use 1/3rd scale targets. The distance relationship is changed if any other size is used. The targets should be spaced 2 feet apart, edge to edge. Advanced Shooting Skills: 1) Start with your toes against the back of the box, hands relaxed at sides. You must be outside the box, facing downrange. Draw and step int
  4. Setup D The targets are 10 feet from the front of the box. The front of the chair is set 3 feet directly down range of the front of the 3x3 shooting box. The back of the chair is facing directly down range (unlike the diagram). To use these par times, you must use 1/3rd scale targets. The distance relationship is changed if any other size is used. The targets should be spaced 2 feet apart, edge to edge. Movement Skills: 1) Start with your heels against the back of the box, hands relaxed at sides. A magazine must be staged on the chair. At the tone, draw and engage each target with 2 round
  5. Setup C The targets are 10 feet from the front of the box. The front of the chair is set directly in front of the front of the box. The back of the chair is facing directly down range (unlike the diagram). The chair is in the center of the box. See the below picture for clarification. To use these par times, you must use 1/3rd scale targets. The distance relationship is changed if any other size is used. Advanced Shooting Skills: 1) Start with your heels against the back of the box, hands relaxed at sides. At the tone, draw and engage each target with 2 rounds. 5 reps with Par times: 3.0
  6. Setup B The targets are 10 feet from the front of the box. The front of the chair is set 6 feet directly up range of the back of the 3x3 shooting box. The back of the chair is facing directly up range (unlike the diagram). To use these par times, you must use 1/3rd scale targets. The distance relationship is changed if any other size is used. The targets should be spaced 2 feet apart, edge to edge. Demo Video: Movement Skills: 1) Start seated in char with butt entirely on chair, facing directly downrange. Your feet must be flat on the floor with your hands on your knees. At the tone,
  7. The setup for this program is simple. One USPSA target at 7 yards. A miniature target is fine, as long as you adjust your distance from that target accordingly. Group Shooting: 10 Shots on upper A (no par time) Draws: 1) Draw and engage the target with 2 shots 2) 5 reps at slow pace (no par time) 3) 5 reps from hands relaxed at your side. Par times: 1.7s (novice) 1.3s (laid back) 1.0s (expert) 0.8s (crazy) 4) 5 reps from surrender at Par times: 1.7s (novice) 1.3s (laid back) 1.0s (expert) 0.8s (crazy) 5) 5 reps turning draw with Par times: 2.0s (novice) 1.5s (laid back) 1.2s
  8. I've worked with Ben to convert his original 15 minute dry fire program into a format that works on this forum. Ben Stoeger's 15 Minute Dry Fire Program What you need: 1) 3 1/3rd scale targets 2) A 3 foot by 3 foot shooting box 3) A standard sized folding chair 4) Dummy Rounds 5) A timer with a “par time” function The Rundown on This Program: I get asked all the time what kind of dry fire program I recommend for people. There are many fine resources out there that can help (Steve Anderson’s dry fire manual comes to mind). What I often see is that there may be too many possibilities fo
  9. Not pull ups specifically, but I doubt this guy would have a problem doing a few: http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=2d1_1185760813 Great displays of arm, shoulder and core strength.
  10. I took a class with Bob Vogel who talked about recoil control. The three things I took away from it were: 1) Use as high a grip on the gun as you can. 2) Make sure you're really utilizing your support hand. 3) Strengthen forearms - he uses these: http://www.ironmind.com/ironmind/opencms/M...insofcrush.html
  11. This guys is also pretty impressive:
  12. I just started posting: http://www.youtube.com/pittbugoh
  13. This is one of my 45 JHPs after striking a popper... lots of energy...
  14. Me: Do you have any glock 34's in right now? Clerk: nope, but I have a 17 Me: That's 9mm right? Clerk: Yup, shoots real nice Me: What's the difference between the 17 and the 34? Clerk: The 34 is compensated Me: Ok thanks, see ya later.
  15. The 650 came in the mail yesterday, while I was the Pickaway skating rink match, but I got it set up last night. Just need primers, powder and adjustment of the powder bar and I'm good to go.
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