Mr Unnatural Posted December 31, 2011 Share Posted December 31, 2011 Hi, I'm preparing for the world action pistol championship in September. There are 5 Bianchi matches within 600 km before September, I'll be attending at least three. Two will be on the smae range as the championship. I have experience in timed events with a similar target like the combat target B-18, shooting above 95% of the points in competition regularly in the past. IPSC is my main focus, still shooting 95 of the available points though. I've got good experience with dry fire training and the benefits for IPSC, so I'm designing a dry fire program for Bianchi. I'm using the tips I got from the keys to success on this forum and from some video tapes I got from a friend. Hope to get some more here on the forum. First challenge is finding a printable bianchi target. Planning to reduce the "reduced target' further for the longer distances. I'll be focusing on the main events: Barricade Plates Practical Mover My main goals are getting a feel for the time (want to use most of it, 90%). Propper trigger technique (follow through). Training the different shooting positions (prone barricade), to get a fast and reliable draw time to the first target. I will compete in the metallic division, don't know what gun I'll be using. It will be my svi sighttracker in .40 or my 6" double stack in 9mm with target sights. I've made some notes for the different events I'll be using in the training. Barricade Starting on the left side (I'm right handed), looking at the target as soon as possible. , learning to place the gun on the correct height/position. I'll be using a glove for my weakhand, and be experimenting with different ways to use the barricade for support in live fire and use the same for dry fire. I'm not sure what will be the best option for me but I'll not change in the 3 months before the championship. Not sure if I'll build my own barricade or use a door in my home. Practical There will be no special things except for the training the times for the different strings. I train the necessary techniques like weakhand and transferring the gun for IPSC already. Mover Since I have no possibility to set up a mover in my back garden, I've decided to make this a visualization/sensory training mainly. I plan to draw a line on the wall that I'll be following. The line will represent the moving target and I'll be focusing on my body movement and moving the gun in correct sight alignment through my motions and firing while I keep moving the gun. I don't know if this explenation makes sense to anyone but it's the best I can do now. Does anybody have some suggestions to make a mover indoors with reduced targets since indoor ranges are mostly six positions wide? Plates I'll be using the dry fore program by Steve Anderson for this, I'll be adding the prone part. regards Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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