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StefVanHauwe

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  1. Splits are important, but less critical than transitions. Trying to improve, i.e. decrease, your time on target and position transitions will improve your hit factor faster, better and more consistent, than trying to achieve faster splits.
  2. Hi, I'm using the indoors. The smaller size is meant to replicate larger targets at a smaller distance. I only use them to get subconsciously used to all types of different target types and to get high levels of repetition and train fundamental skills and techniques (amongst others ASP + calling shots), not really in stages.
  3. Update: About the wiggling of the pouches and magnets: DAA contacted me and stated that it's best to install the brackets with screws directly onto the hinges, and not on the links themselves. This will improve the fit and avoind wiggling of the gear.
  4. 3rd person view of IPSC Level 1 Club match on local indoor range with performance analysis. 2nd place Open at 92.53%. Also first practical test for my new DAA Lynx belt. More interesting Practical Shooting content and polls on the "Community Tab" on my Channel! Let me know in the Comments below ! DVC
  5. Currently no other gear but DAA. See size of DAA Lynx belt link on the attached picture.
  6. Update 25072021: Lynx belt was still a little to large, which made the holster stand off the inner belt and the magnet and pouches wiggle alot. I removed a link and repositioned the holster. Update after next IPSC training.
  7. I recently ordered and received the newest DAA Lynx belt system. I put it together for my open handgun and my PCC rigs. I wanted to share my initial observations, tips and points of attention. More interesting Practical Shooting content and polls on the "Community Tab" on my Channel! Let me know in the Comments below ! DVC
  8. Video that explains the technique for faster IPSC unloaded/loaded table starts. Attention: if the WSB describes a specific position/posture, always comply with the WSB. More interesting Practical Shooting content, projects and polls on the "Community Tab" on my Channel! Let me know in the Comments below which techniques you use! DVC
  9. Video of IPSC training at local range. 6 exercises/stages from an overview and first person perspective, including performance analysis on what went OK and what I need to improve on or test. More interesting Practical Shooting content and polls on the "Community Tab" on my Channel! DVC
  10. In Belgium we don't really have a choice. I would say 98% of all shooting ranges are indoors. Very few are outdoors. If I would have a choice, I'd prefer outdoor ranges, amongst the above mentioned pro's, also less lead intake. DVC!
  11. Everything depends on your personal and financial situation and the amount of time and passion you want to invest in it. As far as divisions and specific guns are concerned, go to your local club and talk to fellow shooters and try out different guns to see what feels best and is the most fun to you.
  12. Video of IPSC training at local range. 6 stages from an overview and first person perspective, including performance analysis on what went OK and what I need to improve on or test. More interesting Practical Shooting content and polls on the "Community Tab" on my Channel! DVC
  13. Video that explains the IPSC technique for drawing your gun from "weird" starting positions, avoiding dropped guns leading to DQ or bad grips costing time during training or matches. More interesting Practical Shooting content, projects and polls on the "Community Tab" on my Channel! Let me know in the Comments below which techniques you use! DVC
  14. I also shoot in open major and use the "Sordin Supreme PRO-X BLAZE with LED and GEL". Great fit and ability to adapt noise filtration.
  15. As stated by Lanny, Steve and others, the higher the classification level, the more important is the mental aspect of shooting. Also important is the HF math. GM's are also always very consistent in their shooting.
  16. Hi guys, that's a tricky question. I don't believe in a gun being the best. It depends on a wide range of parameters: available budget (purchase/mags/spare parts/upgrades), availability of spare parts/upgrades, primary/secondary/training gun, classification/skill level and most importantly how the gun actually feels in your hands during a practical shooting training (not just shooting some rounds on a paper target on the range). Try before you buy. DVC!
  17. Video of IPSC training at local range. 4 exercises/stages from an overview perspective, including performance analysis on what went OK and what I need to improve on or test. More interesting Practical Shooting content and polls on the "Community Tab" on my Channel! DVC
  18. Video of a presentation that quickly explains how to deal with poor IPSC match/stage performance. More interesting Practical Shooting content, projects and polls on the "Community Tab" on my Channel! Let me know in the Comments below which - mental - techniques you use! DVC
  19. Try both ways and see what feels best FOR YOU and what impact it has on technique and timing during test runs at the range.
  20. Hi, I did not modify the audio in the video, so it is what it is . As soon as I'm more familiar with it and have made more rounds, I'll make another video.
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