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So, what are your goals for 2020?

 

For me, becoming M (currently high B) and shooting at 90% or above in carry optics is my goal. We have a lot of M's and a few GM's in the area who are moving to carry optics, so it is a bit hard to win even the local matches.

 

I started USPSA last 6 months ago (did IDPA for another 6 months before that).

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Become A class. Currently C.

Shot my 1st USPSA match this January. Shot a pistol for the 1st time 3 years ago. I shot 9 club matches this year.

I've committed to really pushing myself in training, both dry and live. I understand more about the sport and what I need to focus on and how to improve.

I also want to shoot some matches in other nearby states or cities and hopefully some level 2 matches to expose myself to different shooters and stages/matches.

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Get a classification. Based on my first couple matches, it’ll be C (Production). 

Get better at the fundamentals - grip, sight picture, movement.

Lots of dry fire practice. 

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Getting classified this weekend. My goal for 2020 is to be 2 classes higher then whatever i classify at this weekend in limited.

Get my average draw to first round under 1 second at 10 yards.

 

 

@anonymouscuban if you ever make a trip to Vegas there is usually a match on Saturday or Sunday, feel free to PM me if you are headed this way to know what matches are going on.

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things i am going to need to fix:

 

1. not relaxing my grip (especially weak hand) during shooting

2. making sure i see the dot (or the sights) even for the closest targets: shouldn't drop points for no reason

3. better stage planning and memorization

4. reloads (biggest issue for classifiers)

5. equipment issues

6. shooting sooner, moving sooner

7. attacking long/hard targets aggressively 

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My goals are:

1) Makes Master Class. Currently Mid A Class in CO.
2) Improve on shooting sooner going into positions. And exiting quicker.
3) Improve my reloads.
4) Improve my A’s to C’s ratio. Currently I average about 75% A’s at a match.


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16 minutes ago, RAP said:

My goals are:

1) Makes Master Class. Currently Mid A Class in CO.
2) Improve on shooting sooner going into positions. And exiting quicker.
3) Improve my reloads.
4) Improve my A’s to C’s ratio. Currently I average about 75% A’s at a match.


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Exact same situation and goals for me. 

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Stop shooting Deltas and Mikes.  
Slow down to see the sights move instead of racing against myself.  

Keep a dry fire regiment of at least 4 days a week, 30 mins on average.

Get to live fire training more often (where does the time go?)

Do a level 2 match

Move up from C class, classify in Production

 

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*Class up (make M in Production, and A/M in Carry Optics)

*Beat the people I didn't beat last time (3-5 level 2's on the horizon with a lot of the same competitors)

*Gain a better understanding of my "tolerance level" for shooting accurately/precisely at differing distances at differing speeds. Basically, shoot "doubles" at  various distances and develop an intuitive feel for the situations where I can be completely target focused vs sight focused vs "somewhere in-between".

*Faster hand speed for reloads without sacrificing control

*Work on short movement (I tend to drag my feet into position)

*Transition seamlessly between irons and a dot. I had a trainwreck of a match after shooting CO. When I went back to Production, all I did was see the fiber and I didn't realize that I was shooting way too high. I think I had 8 or so Mike's from shooting over some targets (often times they had No-shoots or hardcover) at a Level 2. My time/speed was solid, but the penalties were outrageous.

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Getting classified this weekend. My goal for 2020 is to be 2 classes higher then whatever i classify at this weekend in limited.
Get my average draw to first round under 1 second at 10 yards.
 
 
[mention=66421]anonymouscuban[/mention] if you ever make a trip to Vegas there is usually a match on Saturday or Sunday, feel free to PM me if you are headed this way to know what matches are going on.
Thanks! I will definitely let you know. I've become friends with a guy whose been competing since the late 80-s. He wants me to shoot a match in Yuma this spring. That's the only out of state match I have planned so far. I don't know anything about it, just that he shoots it every year and that he says is a fun match to shoot.

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