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    Calls Shots
  • Birthday 06/04/1961

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    Charleston, SC
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    Leam Hall

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  1. Thanks! This is my plan, though I'm still getting my big bahookie into a daily habit. I do like the way I can quickly bring the sights on-line as I practice more.
  2. In the last three notification e-mails I've gotten, the links don't work. The error given is: Sorry, there is a problem We could not locate the item you are trying to view. Error code: 2S136/C
  3. Agreed. I go into a match to test my skills against myself and to use the match pressure to build my ability to shoot while stressed. I shoot for me, not for anyone else.
  4. I'm a graphics klutz, don't run Mac or Winderz, but need to design a stage graphic for a CRO seminar. Suggestions?
  5. Thanks! Oddly, they only have the P2000SK, not the full sized version. CompTac is a good brand, though.
  6. My wife swears she isn't going to shoot USPSA, but she's about five times more competitive than I am so I have to buy gear with that in mind. She's short and "curvy"; I need a left handed setup for an H&K P2000 that will make a good "general range holster" as well as being suitable for Production USPSA. Recommendations?
  7. Understood. I'm re-reading Brian's book and trying to eliminate unnecessary antagonistic muscle tension.
  8. I'm left handed and right eye dominant. I have to either cant the gun to the left, so the top of the back strap is on the thumb's knuckle instead of the webbing between the thumb and the pointer finger. Or I can bend my left hand backwards slightly, which seems odd. Is there a better way to deal with this?
  9. I found an issue using an Isosceles grip, I was canting the gun in my primary hand. Instead of holding it straight back into the webbing, the backstrap hit my thumb knuckle with every shot. It was painful. I need to work on this.
  10. Thanks everyone! I picked up some lube grooved bullets in a private sale, but wasn't sure if there was an issue. Going forward, I think no-groove is the future. Of course, my current skill level doesn't really see the difference. :)
  11. Just curious, since I don't think they need lube, do they? It would seem that "no lube groove" would mean a shorter bullet, and thus potentially more powder.
  12. Yeah, I can go up the road an hour, enjoy the sights, and pick them up for $3.60/100. I'll ask around and see what folks say.
  13. Just bought some Federal SPP, #100, and was charged $4.99 per box. Federal's site now marks the #100 as "match", but the box was the old version. Do they still sell the cheaper/non-match version? Edit: It may be a local issue.
  14. Absocold, thanks! My main reason for using Bullseye is that I have a bit of it and it's been sitting around for a while. Trying to clear the shelf for the training loads. With straight lead bullets, I'll be cleaning the gun pretty often anyway. :) Down the road, though, I want to move to a less smoky powder. For fast shots at multiple targets, some times I can't see the paper through the cloud!
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