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Steve Koski

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  • Birthday 11/19/1968

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    Steve Koski

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  1. I don't want it to extend, just fill the hole and fill the round spot for a touch of mag guidance.
  2. Does the Glockmeister grip plug for the 4th and 5th gen guns fill up the half circle in the rear? I can't tell from the pictures on their website. https://www.glockmeister.com/Glockmeister-Grip-Plug-for-Gen-4-5-Full-Size-Compact/productinfo/BCIG4/ Which would you recommend between the Glockmeister or the Pearce for a 5th Gen 34? Thanks! Koski
  3. I've heard that Bill and Joyce Wilson are divorced, but not from a reliable source. Can anyone confirm this?
  4. If the milling is internal on the frame and/or slide, would it be legal for ESP?
  5. If the written stage briefing says “start outside the shooting area” can you have 1 foot in and 1 foot out? The rulebook doesn’t seem to address this specifically, I was told there may be some NROI ruling about start positions, but I can’t seem to find it. Thank you.
  6. You're alive! I haven't seen you on FB for a while. Take care. Koski

    1. rowdyb

      rowdyb

      i deleted fb entirely. both personal profile and shooter page.

    2. Steve Koski

      Steve Koski

      Are you OK? Still (relatively) healty? Shooting? Or have you taken to entirely dirt bike riding?

       

      Take care,

       

      Koski

    3. rowdyb

      rowdyb

      FB was taking more from my life than it was giving me, so i axed it. Still healthy, still shooting. I'll be at A1.

  7. A shooter faults a line and is slightly closer to the targets while firing. Is this a single PE or a per shot PE? Thank you, Steve Koski 10.2.1 A competitor who fires shots while any part of their body is touching the ground or while stepping on an object beyond a Shooting Box or a Fault Line, or who gains support or stability through contact with an object which is wholly beyond and not attached to a Shooting Box or Fault Line, will receive one procedural penalty for each occurrence. However, if the competitor has gained a significant advantage on any target(s) while faulting, the competitor may instead be assessed one procedural penalty for each shot fired at the subject target(s) while faulting. No penalty is assessed if a competitor does not fire any shots while faulting, providing doing so does not violate (2.2.1.5 or 3.2.6) Shots fired after completely (both feet out and touching the ground) leaving a shooting area will be penalized one penalty per shot until the competitor establishes a presence in a new shooting area with at least one foot on the ground inside the shooting area.
  8. I have been criticized for my 2.5 vs 4.49 second Bill Drill comparison as "not fair." Let's try three targets at 15-35 yards. Shooter A blazes all six shots in 4 seconds and is down 3 + 1 points, score = 8. Shooter B fires 11 shots in 7.5 seconds, down zero. Who is the better defensive shooter? Who wins the stage?
  9. Here's my email to IDPA. Send yours in today. Comment period closes Dec 3rd. To: comments@idpa.com Subj: A01608 Steve Koski Dear IDPA, The new rules have some definite simplifications, which I like. But the 1 second per point down rule rewards accuracy over speed way too much. Take a Bill Drill (6 shots on one target). Shooter A draws from concealment and fires 6 shots it in 2.5 seconds and is down 2 points. This is great shooting and they would be well served in a self defense situation. But they will loose to shooter B who does it in 4.49 seconds but is down zero. 1 second per point down will change how IDPA is shot. People will be looking for, and making up down 1 hits, which seems a little crazy from a self defense perspective. 1 second per point down is "not defensive" scoring. It's accuracy heavy scoring, like GSSF. Please don't implement the change to 1 second per point down. Don't fix what's not broken. Thanks, Steve Koski A01608
  10. I'm near Indianapolis, IN all week (Oct 17-21) jonesing for a match to shoot. Can anyone point me to a pistol match, or a club (I've emailed a couple club contacts)? Thanks, Steve Koski koski88@hotmail.com
  11. Not a fan. 1 second penalty is not "defensive" in nature. It's too big. A fast decent hit is worth more than a 1 second slower slower perfect hit. 1 seconds turns IDPA into a non-defensive sport, akin to GSSF.
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