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    Finally read the FAQs
  • Birthday 05/08/1980

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    Brownsville, KY
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    Derek Dennison

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  1. What is the sound quality of the music? Have you figured out how to filter the sound amplification? I read the reviews on their page and they didn’t fair too well. Are you still happy with your purchase?
  2. This was taught to me from a guy that’s been in the game for a couple of decades and has trained with some of the best in the sport.
  3. DJD

    Off season

    It’s usually dark before I get home from work during the winter so I dry fire most of my live fire drills inside daily. I focus on sight picture, gun handling, and grip. I also work on footwork and transitions in my garage. I run and do core and body weight exercise throughout the year but I also fit in some jump rope in the cold months to help with my footwork.
  4. I use reactive steel plates like these. I also built some with a torsion spring so I don’t have to reset steel. They are portable and lightweight considering the 6”x6” target is made of 3/8” steel.
  5. What weapons do you typically shoot while at the range? Are you training for a particular discipline?
  6. I don’t count my shots. I have reloads planned on each stage. I add another reload in if I have little to no buffer on round count after make ups and still hit my planned reloads throughout the stage.
  7. Now that’s thinking outside the box! That’s a good way to change up a dryfire routine from single position drills and incorporate movement.
  8. DJD


    Muzzle discipline is a must. Also, It helps to focus on stopping points during a walk through. Focus on getting to those points efficiently instead of walking/jogging towards targets. The stopping points should allow targets to appear as long as your footwork is correct.
  9. Hand warmers, feet warmers, and proper layering. I wear mechanix brand gloves because they offer a thin layer and allow me to paste targets and not have to take them off. I only pull layers off to shoot each stage.
  10. This is one of my favorite pics of my Cheely.
  11. Voodoo tactical hands down. They stand behind their products.
  12. DJD

    Dry firing at home

    Dry fire for me builds confidence in gun handling skills and sight alignment. Nothing replaces live fire. Unfortunately for most of us life keeps us busy and dry fire is easier to fit in on a daily basis. Dry fire practice makes range days more productive.
  13. My cheely has the original grip. I haven’t felt the E2. Love the PVD finish! Do you still have the original grip?
  14. DJD

    Personal ranges

    That’s a nice set up eggman! I’ve been kicking around the idea of using natural terrain to build berms but I don’t have anything as natural as your setup on my property!
  15. I checked out their website. The pricing seems fair especially if they can review your videos and provide feedback within an average of 24 hours.
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