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    Week 264: TPC 24

    Week 264: TPC 24

    Results may be posted until May 13th, 2018.

    Designed by: Tactical Performance Center
    Range: 7 yards
    Target: 4x8" zone (pretty easy to make out of a 8-1/2x11" paper)
    Start Position: high ready
    Rounds Fired: 24

    This is a timed and scored drill used at the Tactical Performance Center as a diagnostic and baseline of shooting skill.

    Set up the target at 7 yards, have the gun loaded with at least 8 rounds, and start at the high ready.

    At the start signal, extend the gun and shoot 8 rounds to the target. Record your time. Repeat twice, for a total of three strings (24 total rounds.)

    Score your points on target. Hits to the 4x8 are worth 5 points. Misses are worth 0 points. Total your three string times. Divide points by time to determine your Hit Factor (the final score.)

    For example, suppose you had 22 hits and 2 misses. 22 hits x 5 points each = 110 points. Suppose your string times totaled 12.83 seconds. 110/12.83 = 8.57 Hit Factor.

    Please report the following when you post your results in this thread:

    Gun used
    Points on target
    Each string time
    Total time
    Hit factor (final score)
    Anything you noticed

    Training with firearms is an inherently dangerous activity. Be sure to follow all safety protocols when using firearms or practicing these drills. These drills are provided for information purposes only. Use at your own risk.
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    GLOCK Gen5/17, Ameriglo three dot night sights, yellow highlighted front.
    Runs: 5.34, 5.00, 5.26; clean, if one edger counted. TOTAL time=15.60. POINTS= 120(115)
    SCORE: 7.69(7.37) Hit factor(s).
    This is a good one for timing or setting a cadence. I had a hard focus on front sight, and was aware of cycling the trigger. The target rectangle was smaller than I envisioned before I cut it out of black paper. I’ll hit this again to attack the time.
    Thanks!

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    Here are two runs I shot this week.

    CZ SP01 120 points, 2.40, 2.43, 2.39 = 7.22 hit factor 16.62

    PPS M2 115 points, 3.11, 3.01, 2.91 = 9.03 hit factor 12.69 (the PPS is an amazing shooting little gun)

    At TPC two weeks ago, my wife shot a 15.66 HF with her Glock 34 during the course.
    Likes pretty much everything in every caliber.

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    @GJM:
    Most impressive, sir-you and your lady!

    Guess I’d better step it up...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1Rangemaster View Post
    @GJM:
    Most impressive, sir-you and your lady!

    Guess I’d better step it up...
    I have seen you shoot enough to know that you can do this a lot faster. You just need to believe!
    Likes pretty much everything in every caliber.

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    I shot this on a recent occasion and am posting it in case I don't shoot this drill again before the thread closes, though I will certainly try to do so sometime in the next couple of weeks.

    Gen5 G17
    120 points
    2.34, 2.34, 2.38
    7.06 total time
    120/7.06 = 16.99 hit factor

    [img]20180404_171730 by OrigamiAK, on Flickr[/img]
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    Lord of the Food Court
    http://www.gabewhitetraining.com

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    Likes pretty much everything in every caliber.

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    @GJM: Thank you, sir, for the encouragement and target!
    @Mr. White: Yikes! I’m going to step it up next week-hit factor in double digits!

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    Week 264: TPC 24

    Shadow2
    2.06 clean
    1.89 clean
    1.84 -10
    110 points total
    5.79s total
    HF 19.0
    Interesting shooting 8 rounds instead of the typical 6 for a Bill. Relaxation + grip + trigger!
    Last edited by Clusterfrack; 04-17-2018 at 05:51 PM.
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    "You don’t really graduate from certain problems or certain things… like you always have to work on trigger control and pulling the trigger straight. " --Ben Stoeger 1/24/2018

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    Gen5/17, Ameriglo sights
    2.88(-1),3.01(-1), 2.95 clean
    110 points
    8.84 total time
    12.44 hit factor
    Very conscious of front sight focus, just ran the trigger. A definite improvement; I thank GJM for the encouragement! Next: clean w/a double digit hit factor!

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