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I was keeping score last night when we shot this stage, I was really sirprised how many people shot the first string (turn and draw) faster then facing down range on the draw.

How could this be?

George

I shoot it today and saw the same thing as I kept score.

It wasn't just a couple of shooters it was a lot of them.

What in the world is up with that?

FM

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You are right they should be the same; I really never tought about that.

So is everyone amped on the fisrt string and being conservative on the second string?

Now I don't think times tell the whole story; it could be the points involved on a case by case basis.

FM

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My times were about the same,,,,SLOW. The HHF in open is crasy. Maybe it would have not been so bad if the temp was above 40.

Damn, Jon -- I opened the results from SWGC again, and you weren't THAT slow!! Were you on the squad with Todd Jarrett? I wonder what his splits were....

I wasn't paying much attention to anyone else, but I did notice one guy shoot both strings in the same amount of time, and everyone started the same way -- uprange, hands raised. I wonder if some folks "went for it" on the first string, saw they dropped some points, then shot the second string more carefully?

Jake -- even if the draw time can be done while turning, can you turn and get a hit as fast as you can draw and get a hit? I'm not arguing, just curious. :)

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Boo,

The vast majority of the time I can....the only time I can't is when there is like a 3 or 5 yard target, and then I just can't turn fast enough without messing up the quality of my draw.

In the quest for the sub-3 el prez, a .8 turning draw is required.

In point of fact though, when I shot this, my turning draw was 1.1 ish and my facing draw like in the low .8s.

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We shot this one today, and it will count as my first classifer as I just joined and started shooting USPSA.

Limited

7.46

48 points

6.4343 HF

60.16% (at our match)

I lost at least a half a second on the first string trying to decide where to start, left or right...

Oh well.

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5 Estill, Corey 16 U Limited 10 56 0 9.40 5.9574 42.7054 71.18%

I actually liked this classifer. According to the Ohio calculator this would be a C class shoot for me and thats where I would like to be lol.

Only 7 shooters in L10.

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I shot this on sunday in L-10 and it went like this...

57 points in 5.7 seconds=HF of 10

That calculates to 74.7792%

SOOOOO dang close to an "A" without getting it :(

But hey, im getting there!

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I shot this on sunday in L-10 and it went like this...

57 points in 5.7 seconds=HF of 10

That calculates to 74.7792%

SOOOOO dang close to an "A" without getting it :(

But hey, im getting there!

Yeah, but just 5 of those and one 76 and your good to go!

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I shot this one a couple of weeks back with a revolver.

My total time was 6.25 and had 56 points.

My first string I started facing up range with hand up my time was 3.34.

My second string was facing down range hands relaxed and my time was 2.91.

It was a little local match but we had 28 shooters that night, the only person that beat me was a guy shooting a open gun.

According to the calulator it was 74.4469.

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Question for the wise :)

I shot this yesterday and although I dont remember the correct time..

I know that it was about 8 sec and all A's save one C

any Ideas every one.

Also how do I find out before they are posted??

Sorry for the dumb Q... :rolleyes:

Edited after doing my home work:

7.125 HF

53.2802% :surprise:

Needs a little work....

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Shot this one today for the second time. First time was about 2 yrs ago and came it at about 59%. Today I shot it in 5.45ish with 54pts (Production Div). I don't recall exact times but the HF worked out to 9.9115. Checked the calculator and it shows it will be around 78%. My first ever A class classifier. Also my first ever stage win. Like I said earlier, I don't remember the exact times, but my hands at surrender turn and draw was a bit quicker than my second run. Think I was pushing it a little more as I have been working on the turn quite a bit in my dryfire.

All in all, a good day for me.

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Shot this again this morning with Ridge Runners Gun Club in Breckenridge, TX.

Shooting Production.

8 Alphas

4 Charlies

6.28 seconds + 7.30 seconds = 13.58 seconds.

52 points / 13.58 seconds = 3.8292 HF.

30.1415% according to classifiercalc.com.

30.135804% according to cmcalc.com.

Eh, shoulda been better, coulda been worse.

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Shot this one today, had my second B class score. Looks like I might be moving on up, if I did the math right.

Division Pts Pen Time Hit Fact

Limited 10 53 0 6.20 8.5484=63.92%

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