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  1. Five Drills for USPSA/Competitive Shooting

    I get that. I’m giving an example of constructing a “drill” to work on specific skills. If I could rewind the tape of my training, I would spend less time on Bill Drill and El Pres type drills.
  2. Five Drills for USPSA/Competitive Shooting

    Here’s what I’m doing now. Working different confirmation types. 2 positions, 10 rounds. Note no-shoot behind 6” plate on exit.
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  3. Five Drills for USPSA/Competitive Shooting

    My practice sessions typically involve warming up with a few mags of fundamentals. Eg. Doubles or practical accuracy. Then, I design a 8-12 round drill around what I’m currently working on. After...
  4. Steel springs become stiffer as temperature...

    Steel springs become stiffer as temperature decreases. So, springs do not “lose their power” even at very low temperatures, although they can become brittle.
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    I ordered a GGG Magpul/Mossberg stock adaptor to...

    I ordered a GGG Magpul/Mossberg stock adaptor to compare with the Aridus that's on my 1301, and decided it was a no-go for me. The GGG adaptor adds about 1/2" to the grip-to-trigger dimension, and I...
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    Jack Lapham is a local PCC GM, and an all around...

    Jack Lapham is a local PCC GM, and an all around good dude. It’s awesome to see his hard work pay off with a strong finish at Nats.
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    Awesome label. Gross beer. ...

    Awesome label. Gross beer.

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    Glad to have you here on P-F, Tim.

    Glad to have you here on P-F, Tim.
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    Sounds nice. It was unseasonably warm where I...

    Sounds nice. It was unseasonably warm where I was, but quite chilly at night. I like the rug, but Mrs. CF very much doesn't. So perfect thing to wear on a dudes' camping trip.
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    What did you shoot today?

    Fun weekend shooting steel in bizarre wind conditions. Eg. 1 mile impact with basically zero wind at firing point and target, but sneaky midrange requiring +20.5 Mil -0.6 for an updraft and 4.0 mils...
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    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20211017/5cc18a5d...

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  12. Here are a few things that may help: Lighting...

    Here are a few things that may help:

    Lighting makes a big difference. At least for now, try to find good, and balanced lighting for your front (and especially) rear sights.

    Pay attention to the...
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    I'm thinking the same thing. I currently have a...

    I'm thinking the same thing. I currently have a TLR-7 on my PDW, but may switch to a TLR-8g (WML/green laser)
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    This is super helpful, and makes sense for the...

    This is super helpful, and makes sense for the cheek-weapon. How I run a carbine and handgun is substantially different from what you describe below. With handguns, many top shooters are focusing on...
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    Closing this duplicate thread......

    Closing this duplicate thread...
    https://pistol-forum.com/showthread.php?50142-Assailant-with-bow-and-arrows-kills-5-people-in-Norway
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    WTF? Did someone hack your computer? Drunkpost? :D

    WTF? Did someone hack your computer? Drunkpost? :D
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    Strike Industries 5" buffer tube assembly...

    Strike Industries 5" buffer tube assembly is on the way. I'll do some 300BLK testing when I get it.
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    Well that explains a lot ;)

    Well that explains a lot ;)
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    Demonstrated Concepts Cheek Weld

    RustyCrusty
    Rhett, thanks for checking in. This is exciting and cutting edge stuff, and exactly the sort of thing we should be discussing and documenting on Pistol-Forum. A few questions:


    Do...
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    Child labor FTW! On a more sobering note, a local...

    Child labor FTW! On a more sobering note, a local Grandmaster's kid got into USPSA and reloading and ended up with a dangerously high lead level. He's ok now, but only after they got serious about...
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    I'm on the same page. Fiddling and tuning leads...

    I'm on the same page. Fiddling and tuning leads to reliability problems, in my experience.
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    There are many levels of truth to this…

    There are many levels of truth to this…
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    Sorry to hear about your friend, Jered. That's...

    Sorry to hear about your friend, Jered. That's awful.
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    Agree. A lower optic mount will be required. I'll...

    Agree. A lower optic mount will be required. I'll probably keep using a standard length tube. I have not had good experience with non-standard buffer systems or adjustable gas blocks.
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    Very cool. I'm going to give this a try.

    Very cool. I'm going to give this a try.
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