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Hello all, I’m starting my journey into USPSA and would like tips for improvement. I’m working on my technique in dry fire and running drills based off of Ben Stoeger’s dry fire book. Going to the range is your typical no drawing from holster and limited to shooting at one target. I’m sure shooting 6 shots rapidly won’t get me kicked out. I do use the rifle sight in targets to practice transitions and lately printing out A zone sized targets with a smaller circle in the middle. The smaller circle helps with giving me something to focus on and anything outside of It is what I try to
Newish to the forums! Also new to USPSA (July 2017). Just noticed that guys would do some friendly motivational challenges to race the next class. I wanted to attempt to do the same to encourage to get out and push ourselves to move up! I guess we can give it to the end of the month to see if it draws any attention. Just post a reply and put your USPSA member number in the post and I will compile them and track them monthly. We can see our progress at the end of the year. Or not....:( Robert Zuniga A104434 Production Limited
Kita Busse is coming to the Richmond Hotshots Range to teach her Movement Class. Richmond, California USPSA-Style Movement Class Oct 3 and 4 Curriculum: Explosive movement, shooting on the move with a hitch step, lean/drop step, position exit/entry, stage programming, the movement portion of transitions, USPSA specific skills, how to prevent and recover from a fall. Side note: I recommend taking Ibuprofen, stretching, and drinking plenty of fluids the day before the class in order to prevent injury and to get the most out of it. Be Prepared! We shoot rain, shine
I joined here last year and am not a person who posts much. After multiple months of reviews/reading I can say thank you for the improvement to my shooting. Background - Former LAPD firearms instructor,99-09, shot 3-gun and Glock matches from 2003-2009 (PIRU CA)before I retired. I was adequate/middling for lack of a better word. I have started (2017) to put the time in Glock matches (no more three gun due to surgeries that forced me to retire from LE and am thinking about USPSA again). Fear of injury is stopping me more than anything, but I need to get out and try. Then reaso