Jump to content
Brian Enos's Forums... Maku mozo!

beta1759

Classified
  • Content Count

    60
  • Joined

  • Last visited

2 Followers

About beta1759

  • Rank
    Finally read the FAQs

Profile Information

  • Location
    Portland, OR
  • Real Name
    Saba Tahanpesar

Recent Profile Visitors

239 profile views
  1. Same experience for me. highly recommended. I think this grip is going to take a lot of business from PT now that they have an aggressive texture.
  2. Taran Tactical springs/follower/basepad.
  3. I have the STI Gen2 magazines (5 of them) with TTI internals. I have had zero issues with them. They all hold 21 rds of 40sw and are loadable.
  4. yup, ask the gym and tell them your kid is training to be a cop
  5. I had the PT EVO, until i was able to find someone who had the E2 that i could try. I ended up switching to the E2. It just fits in my hand better. Its more contoured and gives me a higher grip angle. I felt i could grip it better/more naturally.
  6. 12lb wolff variable in my DVC Limited
  7. I would suggest replacing the springs. I used the TTI springs/Follower/basepad and get 21 with every mag (40 cal 140mm). Depending on how many rds you shoot a year, you might want to replace the springs 1x or 2x a year.
  8. In regards to the STI DVC Limited with the "Island Barrel" vs the previous DVC Limited non-island barrel, they took half an ounce out of the slide and "added it" it to the barrel.
  9. Polish the feedramp and tune the magazines.
  10. I bought the VX-6 1-6 for my 3 gun rifle. Awesome glass , built rugged but lightweight, and a forgiving eyebox. Plus the lifetime Leupold warranty doesnt hurt Buy once cry once.
  11. Assuming the classifiers are known before hand, its pretty easy to figure out how fast/accurate you need to shoot to make X classification since the result you need to get is known. Lets use CM 18-04 (30 pt stage) as an example. Shooting all Alphas, to make B you will need a HF of 3.7516 which means you will need to be able to do it in 8.00 seconds. Now go try that in dryfire. Now you have a baseline/feel for what is required. Don't think you can shoot all Alphas in 8 seconds? lets say you are going to shoot all C's (MAJOR) for 24/30 pts. To make B, you have to be able to shoot all Charlies in 6.4 seconds. My biggest issue with classifiers is that i felt like i need to shoot fast, without ever knowing the math of what i need to hits/time. Once you can quantify what you need to do for the expected results you want, then "all you need to do" is drill those in dry/live fire.
  12. stealing from Bassham here, post match analyst should be... 1. What did you do well 2. what do you need to improve on 3. what are you going to do about it
  13. I shoot a 12lb variable out of my limited gun. It "seemed" to shoot flatter than the conventional 12lb spring i had in there. Best to just buy some of different weights and try it! they are cheap!
×
×
  • Create New...