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  1. 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
  2. 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 or hurricane, so bring weather appropriate gear, sunscreen, bug spray, etc. Plenty of extra ammo, extra mags, mag brush, a spare gun if you have it, sight adjustment tools for your gun, any gun repair items/replacement parts you may need, squib rod, etc. We’ve had students lose their front sight on many occasions, so bring an extra if you’ve got it! You are going to shoot enough rounds that you will probably have to clean your gun after the first day, so bring your gun cleaning kit! Prepare for the worst, hope for the best. Safety You are responsible for your own safety as well as the safety of those around you. Please stay alert and follow range rules. Be sure to wear eye protection and hearing protection Cost is 400.00 which includes the range fee. Contact Jeff bogienugget@gmail.com
  3. 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 reason that I want to thank all of you for what I have read and I hoped to retain (LOL, I;m slow) and to get better. In the last 5 months I have won guns in the Glock guardian category in the west. I am excited. Now I get to move up to a master shooter in the Glocks and am looking at USPSA (close) to me. This is because I have been doing the drill as recommended by Brian and other daily. I shoot the Littlefield AZ match last past weekend. though I did ok. Well to my surprise the guys who would normally stomp a mudhole in me by 20-25 second did not show. It looks like I won the Matchmister. wahoo!! I am going to use what I have learned here to better myself and get out to more USPSA shoots. thanks to all on this forum, I appreciate it!!! Dan Schmidt
  4. Im in the process of fitting an infinity stainles steel grip to an STI EXECUTIVE. I notice now when I slide the MSH up it engages the hammer strut before it's fully in place. Strut is in cup. Seems to put a lot of pressure on the hammer making trigger pull crazy hard. Is it normal to have to fit a strut? Any help would be appreciated. Also I'm using the infinity ignition kit (infinity hammer, sear, disconnect, and 3 finger).
  5. Registration will be opening this week (Thursday 7pm Central) for the 2017 ICON Carbine Match in Denver Co on June 2-4. This is going to be a match you don't want to miss. -2 day match (7 stages per day) -Rifle Caliber or Pistol Caliber Carbine -13/14 stages (depending on if a sponsor comes through) -400-ish round count -High Round Count stages -Cash Prizes in each Division and High Overall I have invited some of the countries best shooters to duke it out for the High Overall Cash Prize. REGISTRATION LINK BELOW: Cost is $230 (includes lunch) https://practiscore.com/icon-carbine-series/register I WOULD ALSO LIKE TO DEDICATE ONE OF THE STAGES TO THE LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMUNITY, PARTICULARLY THE DENVER POLICE DEPARTMENT. You guys risk your lives to protect and serve the community and we would like to repay the favor. If you have any questions or concerns please don't hesitate to contact me. I hope to see you all there.
  6. Registration will be opening this week (Thursday 7pm Central) for the 2017 ICON Carbine Match in Denver Co on June 2-4. This is going to be a match you don't want to miss. -2 day match (7 stages per day) -Rifle Caliber or Pistol Caliber Carbine -13/14 stages (depending on if a sponsor comes through) -400-ish round count -High Round Count stages -Cash Prizes in each Division and High Overall I have invited some of the countries best shooters to duke it out for the High Overall Cash Prize. REGISTRATION LINK BELOW: Cost is $230 (includes lunch) https://practiscore.com/icon-carbine-series/register I WOULD ALSO LIKE TO DEDICATE ONE OF THE STAGES TO THE LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMUNITY, PARTICULARLY THE DENVER POLICE DEPARTMENT. You guys risk your lives to protect and serve the community and we would like to repay the favor. If you have any questions or concerns please don't hesitate to contact me. I hope to see you all there.
  7. Registration will be opening this week (Thursday 7pm Central) for the 2017 ICON Carbine Match in Denver Co on June 2-4. This is going to be a match you don't want to miss. -2 day match (7 stages per day) -Rifle Caliber or Pistol Caliber Carbine -13/14 stages (depending on if a sponsor comes through) -400-ish round count -High Round Count stages -Cash Prizes in each Division and High Overall I have invited some of the countries best shooters to duke it out for the High Overall Cash Prize. REGISTRATION LINK BELOW: Cost is $230 (includes lunch) https://practiscore.com/icon-carbine-series/register I WOULD ALSO LIKE TO DEDICATE ONE OF THE STAGES TO THE LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMUNITY, PARTICULARLY THE DENVER POLICE DEPARTMENT. You guys risk your lives to protect and serve the community and we would like to repay the favor. If you have any questions or concerns please don't hesitate to contact me. I hope to see you all there.
  8. Registration will be opening this week (Thursday 7pm Central) for the 2017 ICON Carbine Match in Denver Co on June 2-4. This is going to be a match you don't want to miss. -2 day match (7 stages per day) -Rifle Caliber or Pistol Caliber Carbine -13/14 stages (depending on if a sponsor comes through) -400-ish round count -High Round Count stages -Cash Prizes in each Division and High Overall I have invited some of the countries best shooters to duke it out for the High Overall Cash Prize. REGISTRATION LINK BELOW: Cost is $230 (includes lunch https://practiscore.com/icon-carbine-series/register I WOULD ALSO LIKE TO DEDICATE ONE OF THE STAGES TO THE LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMUNITY, PARTICULARLY THE DENVER POLICE DEPARTMENT. You guys risk your lives to protect and serve the community and we would like to repay the favor. If you have any questions or concerns please don't hesitate to contact me. I hope to see you all there.
  9. 3- Gun Match Stockton Missouri Bear Creek Tactical Ops Pro 2nd Amendment Jim Bob for Sheriff Shoot! Rain or Shine we will be shooting! We will have food and water available! Event Cost $35.00 per person (With Food and Beverage) $40.00 We will have a Long Gun "Sniper" Side Shoot with 50% payout Cost $50.00. Location: Bear Creek Tactical Ops 14245 S 2075 Road Stockton Mo 65785 This is a 3-Gun Nation Club Shoot
  10. Hello, I've been searching for the past week for a good DOH holster in order to shoot production uspsa at my local club. The only company I can find that seems to make this is blade tech yet I cannot see where they make it specifically for the railed version of my gun (92a1). I've also read that ready tactical makes a good doh but I haven't read anywhere that they make one for my pistol. Can anyone please point me towards some literature concerning this or at least a doh holster that fits? PS: I'm well aware that there are better weapon choices for competition, I am shooting what I have until I can acquire a cz shadow target. Thanks
  11. I have my third USPSA competition coming up in a few weeks and would like some specific advice how I can improve my scores. Here are links to my scores from my last match. Name is David Crosley ii and I shoot Production Minor with a Glock 19 g4. Main page for Nov. Match score https://practiscore.com/results.php?uuid=8991ACBB-2118-4DB4-A3A4-EFCF030739D5 Overall score in Production I placed 19th out of 25 :/ Overall combined I placed 57th out of 80 Combined Class leader score was 7th out of 23 (U class) To make it easier to find me on the individual stage scores I've listed my placement below. Production score: Combined score: Stage 1- 17th/35 55th/80 Stage 2- 17th/35 52nd/80 Stage 3- 17th/35 52nd/80 Stage 4- 15th/35 50th/80 Stage 5- 21st/35 66th/80 Stage 6- 19th/35 61st/80 I still don't fully understand the scoring system and am just trying to find out what I should try to improve on. Speed? Accuracy? Both? Any feedback from you experienced shooters would be highly appreciated.
  12. I have my mind set on buying a Glock 34 for production in USPSA competition although I may move on to limited in the future. I am still new to the sport. I currently have a Gen4 19 that I am using, which was my first handgun, and I like the smaller grip of the G4 compared to the G3. I have shot a G3 34 and although the wider grip on it did not bother me much, I wasn't as accurate as I am with my G4 19. I've also heard some people claim that they shoot better with their g4 34 after owning both gens. Is there any benefit over one gen to the other in competition? I was leaning towards the g4 34 and figured the better grip would be worth it since it's what I'm already used to and could always use the same trigger set up in my 19. Any advice would be appreciated.
  13. Tearing down the VMCT for the first time and looking for tips on how to remove the magazine tube from the receiver. The two socket head cap screws on either side of the tube appear to be welded/soldered and unable to be turned out of the receiver. Related note, how does one remove the spring and follower? .
  14. Class: Learning how to shoot your Rifle when your Heart Rate increases & under Stress -Has your shooting been skipping a beat? Does your heart rate or the pressure of competition take the X out of your shot? We can help you learn how to shoot in a competitive atmosphere and deal with the stress and elevated heart rate you face during 3 gun or rifle competitions. We are Olympians Lanny and Tracy Barnes and we have been competing in biathlon (cross-country skiing and rifle marksmanship) for over 15 years with a combined 4 Olympic Games. We have mastered the skills of shooting with and elevated heart rate and under stress and want to share those skills with you so you can bring your shooting to a whole new level. Location: Rockcastle Shooting Center, Kentucky 585 Park Mammoth Rd, Park City, Kentucky 42160 Instructors: Olympians Tracy & Lanny Barnes Date/Time: August 19th, 9:00 am -4:00 pm (with lunch break) Cost: $150 (Payable at TOP Shooting Institute's Website) Ammo: Bring 200 rounds of ammunition with you. Type of Firearm: This course is a rifle course. You may bring either your .22LR or your .223 Caliber Rifle/Carbine Class Limit: There is a limit of 16 students. (A minimum of 10 students is needed to hold the course) Registration/Info: Register and more information can be found at TOP Shooting Institute's Website Questions: Please email: topshootinginstitute@gmail.com or call (970)946-6726 This course breaks down the physiological and psychological aspects of shooting and helps the competitive shooter get to the next level. The course is designed to help the shooter to be able to handle the mental and physical rigors that are faced in shooting competitions today. There is some physical exertion in this course, but no more than you’d see in a match. These techniques are used by highly trained athletes/shooters in the incredibly demanding Olympic sport of biathlon and can be transferred to any type of shooting competition and work for any type of shooting platform. The instructors have an extensive background in physiology and psychology and have competed internationally in shooting for over 15 years at the highest level. Tracy & Lanny are dedicated and passionate about helping shooters reach their potential. Sign up today for the class at the state of the art Rockcastle Shooting Center and join in the excitement and thrill of this incredibly instructional and fun course.
  15. Rose City Flying Clays 3 Gun Competiton 7/26/2014 Standard Deviation Arms is a proud sponsor of this event in Tyler TX I'll Post more information as it becomes available This is a first 3gun style match in the area by new match directors at a newer facility in East TX ,with great prizes to include an Anderson AR15 Follow them at http://www.facebook.com/tylertexas3gun Registration is discounted to $100 for a limited time The MD's are hoping to generate the interest to make this match a regular occurrence... Please ask questions, comments concerns and any possible sponsorship/volunteer/whatever and I will relay them to the MD's for everyone here on ENOS.
  16. I am in the process of building my 3 gun rifle. And I have almost completed the lowed. I was about to start building the upper and I just found a can get a lancer competition or super competition upper for a really good price. But I've never used on or ever seen one on person. So I'm looking for pros and cons. Experiences with it. Is the super competition worth the extra money? Does anyone know what kinda bolt and carrier group they use? Or any other comment or info y'all have on them. Thanks in advance for the help guys and here is a link to the page with all the specs they give. The link is for the whole rifles, but in assuming the upper specs are the same as the rifle. http://www.lancer-systems.com/business-areas/small-arms/products/l15/rifle/
  17. I'm a new shooter, as said previously. I've now done the classifier and shot in two club shoots. I got my classifier result almost two weeks after the shoot ... which meant I had to do one club shoot unclassified. The results of the two club shoots are still not available ... one 9 days ago and one 3 days ago. Am I missing the point? Are you shooting IDPA to compare yourself to others or is it similar to golf ... an individual thing. I can see it being both, but if I still don't know my times 9 days after the shoot, it becomes a bit silly/frustrating. Does it work differently for you guys? Is the scoring maybe a bit difficult? Despite the query, I have huge respect for the SOs that spend their whole day in the sun, making the shoot possible for newbies like myself.
  18. Is the majority of the difference between a 16", 18" and 20" barrel the weight and distance shots, or is there something more that I should consider for my 3g build?
  19. For those of you living on the Central Coast and interesting in action rimfire competition, please take a look and "like" Central Coast Rimfire's new Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/CentralCoastRimfire As a part of the San Luis Obispo Sportsmen's Association, Central Coast Rimfire hosts monthly matches at its Hogue Action Pistol Range in San Luis Obispo, CA. Central Coast Rimfire will also host the Ruger Rimfire Central Coast Championship sanctioned by the National Shooting Sports Foundation on Saturday, August 31, 2013 at the Hogue Range. Details can be found at: http://www.teamrimfire.com/TeamRimfire/central_coast_rimfire_and_team_r.htm Thanks for visiting and for "liking" our new FB page.
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